Mark your calendars for 

TUESDAY, NOV. 28th

Palo Cedro Community Park—North State Giving Tuesday 

Your donation is greatly appreciated

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On Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, North State Giving Tuesday will be conducting a 14-hour online giving day created by Shasta Regional Community Foundation to build philanthropy and celebrate the nonprofits in Shasta and Siskiyou counties that make our region a great place to live.

The Palo Cedro Community Park (PCCP) organization is participating in this annual event and humbly appeal to your generosity and ask that you may consider their cause worthy of your contribution during the North State Giving Tuesday.

The organization would like to thank all their past donors—with their generosity, it has helped in the development of this park. And, they hope to encourage those who are reading this, that you may consider in donating during the North State Giving Tuesday on November 28th, to help continue the park building progression for the citizens of our community. 

New this year—donations can be made two ways. Contributors can schedule their gifts ahead of time; or donations can be made online between the 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. time period, on Nov. 28th.  Link to North State Giving Tuesday is below:

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About Palo Cedro Community Park

Their vision is to improve the community by the creation and operation of a community park. The Palo Cedro Community Park is located on Cedro Lane between Old 44 Drive and Deschutes Road. Gates are open from dawn to dusk and the grounds are currently being managed and developed by an all-volunteer board of directors as well as volunteer citizens from our community. 

The park provides value to the Palo Cedro community by:

  •  Providing a community gathering place for picnics, weddings, reunions and parties
  • Providing sporting facilities for team and individual activities for all local residents
  • Promoting healthy and fun lifestyle opportunities
  • Contributing to the vitality of our community

Currently, the park offers a new playground, disc golf, walking trails, and BBQ picnic areas. Recent Eagle Scout projects include a picnic shade structure, which is now completed, as well as two new professional horseshoe pits and a fenced in basketball area, which are still in the final stages of construction.

Two local rotary clubs are in the process of building a $40,000 event pavilion for weddings and other community events.

Also, future plans in the works at the park will be a special, unique location called Harmony Park that will encompass a collection of outdoor musical instruments for visitors to play.