Dog Park In Mount Joy

Dated: 07/30/2014

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I am so happy to hear that there is a proposed Dog Park in my neighborhood!  My dog Daisy will be really happy!

Organizer Lynn McCleary needs help with making it happen.  Dog Park Mount Joy(DPMJ) has applied for a grant proposal for $100,00.  If they receive the grant money they will be required to find matching funds of $100,00 or a portion of that amount combined with in-kind services.   The value of these servies from Landscapers, etc. can be deducted from the $100,00 matching fund. 
DPMJ has already had one fund raiser-a silent auction and now they are hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Sunday Aug. 17, from 4-7 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 47 W. Min St., Mount Joy.
For more info about the park, spaghetti dinner, or offering to help check out MJDP's web site or contact Lynn McCleary at or call her at 717-578-8873.
To check out some local properites call me at 717-517-1028 or email me at
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