Thursday, 17 May 2012 01:49

Rancheria Park Committee donates an ADA lift to the Jackson city pool

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Amador County – Adam Dalton this week said the Amador County Park Restoration committee provided a new ADA pool lift and eight new barbecue units to the city of Jackson.

The Lift was donated by the Jackson Band of Miwuk Indians, which he thanked for “standing beside me, supporting my dream and assisting us as a community in reaching our goals.”

The Park Restoration committee is already hard at work on the next park in “one of the most amazing towns ever, Volcano,” Dalton said, but he noted that the committee is still able to assist others with minor improvements.

Renovation at Mollie Joyce Park is complete and he credited the transformation and success to the dedicated people of Amador County: “Volunteers were comprised of a group of talented, hardworking and committed people who shared the same vision to begin something profound, and see it through to the end.”

He offered special recognition to them, along with donors Cannery Casino Resorts, Swinerton, Simms Metal Management, Premier Access Insurance Company, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Graninger, Thomas Graninger and Goldman Sachs & Company.

Dalton said “if you didn’t make it up to Mollie Joyce and you’ve been waiting for the right moment to jump in and volunteer, now is the time.” They will be in Volcano Monday through Friday between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

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