Panhandle Parks Foundation, along with the City of Coeur d’Alene, are raising funds for Phase 1 of McEuen Park K27 Memorial Waterscape.
The community of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, lost one of our own, Sergeant Greg Moore, in May of 2015. Our community is rising together to create a place that will allow residents and visitors to remember and meditate on the sacrifices made by our men and women in blue. To honor Greg and all fallen officers across the nation, we intend to construct a Thin Blue Line Memorial River in McEuen Park.
In Phase 1 of the project, the waterscape will include three waterfalls, “Respect”, “Honor”, and “Remember”, with 8 benches nearby for people to relax and reflect. The waterway will be lit by LED digitized lighting. Three monument pillars will also be placed along the banks.
Contact us today at 208-446-4813 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to donate!
Panhandle Parks Foundation donates 25K to finance the construction of the donor wall at McEuen Park.
The donor wall beautifully nestled in the center of the park will be seen by all park patrons and visitors. For $500.00 donation you can have your family name, business or a remembered loved ones name engraved on a granite plaque.
The donations will stay in our community and help to develop amenities for existing parks as well as helping us to work toward securing property for future parks, open space and recreational facilities.
About the Foundation
The Panhandle Parks Foundation is dedicated to enhancing healthy and vibrant communities by facilitating acquisition, support and preservation of parks, open space and recreational facilities in North Idaho. We are an independent non-profit organization established for the purpose of acquiring park land, holding property for parks and accruing funds for the development of future parks.
The Panhandle Park Foundation is managed by an eight member board made up of local citizens who value our regions natural beauty and want to preserve it for generations to come. Our Foundation directors are made up of members from our communities who volunteer their time and talents for the enhancement of our parks. Our directors work directly with people interested in donating land for preservation and parks, and call on our partners to aid us in completing these opportunities. The foundation has staff to manage administrative, communication and marketing responsibilities.