Taken from: The Springville Buzz – Nov. Edition
The Springville Community Heritage Group entered into a Challenge Grant with the Lawrence County Community Foundation in an effort to fund new playground equipment for the Springville Park. The challenge was a 2:1 grant. If we raised $1,000, we would receive $2,000 from the foundation. The deadline for fund-raising was December 1, 2016.
Thanks to the generosity of the foundation, they chose to award us with $3,000 total. Between what was raised through donations and selling pumpkins, we were able to raise approximately $800. Giving us $3,800 to use towards the playground.
Money wasn’t all it took to get this goal accomplished. There were many neighbors who donated their time and talents to the cause. The old equipment was removed and there is now a nice new playground structure for all of the children of Springville to enjoy. There is one more piece on order and playground grade mulch still to come. The project is expected to be completed very soon. If you haven’t been to the park since it received this face-lift, please consider taking your children/grandchildren out to enjoy it while the weather is nice.
Gospel & Bluegrass Music – 6 p.m. (The Bakers, Bluegrass Express, The Swangos)
Tractor Pulls – 6:30 p.m. (Pre-1960)
Vendors – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Kitchenware, etc…)
Raffles (Drawing 6 p.m. Saturday) – Sand Rail / Dune Buggy, Longaberger Baskets, Canvas Print of The Gym
Food: Beans & Cornbread, Ribeye Sandwiches, and Cobblers Bench
Vendors – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Kitchenware, etc…)
Food – 10 a.m. (The Famous Corey’s Dutch Boy Double Decker)
Gospel, Bluegrass, & Country Music – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Country Spirit, The Bakers, Lost River Rizen, Backwoods Bluegrass)
Tractor Games – 11 a.m.
Garden Tractor Pulls: Weigh-in at 1 p.m. – Pulls at 2 p.m.
For info call: Mark Baker 812-797-2263 or Denny Godsey 812-276-2173