Georgia Pacific Donates to Kinzua Bridge Playground

Georgia Pacific Donates to Kinzua Bridge Playground

By FRAN DE LANCEY
The planned playground for Kinzua Bridge State Park is shown by Mary Ann Burggraf, left, front, and Debbie Kilmer, both with the Kinzua Bridge Foundation, which has been raising funds for the project. From left, standing, are Debbie Lunden with the foundation; Sid Beckwith with Georgia Pacific, which donated to the project; Jeff Wolfe, fundraising chair for the project; Mitch Stickle, park manager; and Heather Meyers from Georgia Pacific. Era photo by Fran De Lancey

The planned playground for Kinzua Bridge State Park is shown by Mary Ann Burggraf, left, front, and Debbie Kilmer, both with the Kinzua Bridge Foundation, which has been raising funds for the project. From left, standing, are Debbie Lunden with the foundation; Sid Beckwith with Georgia Pacific, which donated to the project; Jeff Wolfe, fundraising chair for the project; Mitch Stickle, park manager; and Heather Meyers from Georgia Pacific. Era photo by Fran De Lancey

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.@GeorgiaPacific , with a plant on Hutchins Road, Mount Jewett, donated $25,000 to the Kinzua Bridge State Park Foundation for themed-playground equipment at the park. https://bit.ly/3cugUD7
Thursday, June 17, 2021 - 8:45am

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Originally published by the Bradford Era.

Georgia Pacific Corporation with a plant on Hutchins Road, Mount Jewett, has donated $25,000 to the Kinzua Bridge State Park Foundation for themed-playground equipment at the park.

Representing Georgia Pacific, on behalf of all the plant’s employees, for the presentation Thursday during the foundation’s annual meeting were Sid Beckwith and Heather Meyers.

“‘This puts us much closer to reaching the goal of $110,000 for the train-themed playground at the park,” said Jeff Wolfe, chairman of this project for the foundation, which was incorporated in 1993 as a non-profit organization with the goals of restoration and preservation of the world-famous structure and promoting its historical and cultural importance, in addition to the continued development of the park.

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