• Grand Opening of the Children’s Pool – You Did It!

    The Lovers Point Children’s Pool Fundraising Committee, in partnership with the City of Pacific Grove is proud to announce the completion of the Lovers Point Children’s Pool at Lovers Point Park in Pacific Grove, CA.  We welcome you to join us at the highly anticipated Grand Opening Celebration that will take place on Friday, June 21, 2013 at 11am.  The celebration will feature dignitaries, a ribbon cutting, light refreshments and the honorary “First Dip” in the pool, a privilege Wendi Giles won at an auction with the Chamber of Commerce.
    The completely new pool features new electrical and heating system, a brand-new chemical and pump room, an on-deck shower, and accessible ADA ramp.  100% percent of the funds used for the construction of the pool came from individuals, businesses and service organizations.
    “We could not be more proud of the way Pacific Grove rallied around this community treasure,” said Steve Thomas, Chairman of the Lovers Point Children’s Pool Oversight Committee.  “From the grandparents who remembered brining their kids to the pool in the 1960’s & 70’s, to the parents who last used the pool in 2011.  Everyone has a special memory of this pool and through the generosity of the public, countless more forever memories will be formed over the next 40 plus years.”
    WHAT:   Lovers Point Children’s Pool Grand Opening
    WHEN:   Friday, June 21, 2013.  (11:00 am)
    WHERE:  Lovers Point Park (17th Street & Ocean View Blvd.) Pacific Grove, CA
    COST:     The event is free and open to the public
    For additional information, please visit www.facebook.com/friendsofpgure or contact Donald Mothershead at (831) 648-3130 or dmothershead@ci.pg.ca.us

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 14, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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