Let Them Be Kids

Let Them Be Kids is all volunteer non-profit organization created to build community capacity on the grassroots level, while building playgrounds, skate parks and fitness parks across Canada. These projects leave a legacy of community members who are inspired and better equipped to lay a strong foundation for a brighter tomorrow.

Town Flag

Town Flag

First Pitch Money at Work

Thanks to " First Pitch " for the grant that we received this year. We brought softball equipment for the kids and did some major repairs to the ball field.

Back Stop Before and After

Back Stop Before and After

Recreation Building

Thanks to everyone who came out and helped raise the building to the point that it is now. Thanks to the people that finished the bleacher repairs and help with the playground repairs.



Building

Building

Community Project-----Spring 2010

Pending approval from all governing bodies the Avondale Recreation will be building a building to compliment the ballfield and playground area. The building will have much needed washroom facilities and a source of electricity and water for outdoor events.

There will not be a massive fundraising campaign like last year but we will need some skilled labor if you have some to offer.


Below is a preliminary pic of the building. More details to follow.

Memory Bench

Thanks for the Thresa Grace for the support of our commitment to improve recreational infrastructure in our town. As a thank you we installed a Memory Bench in memory of her husband Ben.

Recreation Building

Recreation Building

Kids Breaking Ground

Kids Breaking Ground
there is a shovel in there somewhere !!

BUILD DAY

BUILD DAY

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Dot-Mocracy at Immaculate Conception

On Thursday June 18 , the students of Immaculate Conception will vote on what they would like to see in a playground design. For those kids who do not go to school the material will be at the town hall in the evening. Check out photos from Dot Mocracy http://www.flickr.com/photos/39780916@N08/show/

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