Ponoka gets splash park funding

Ponoka’s splash park has received some federal support for needed upgrades. Wetaskiwin Conservative MP Blaine Calkins, on behalf of Lynne Yelich, federal minister of state for Western economic diversification, announced that the government would invest $13,500 to support the upgrades.

Ponoka’s splash park has received some federal support for needed upgrades.

Wetaskiwin Conservative MP Blaine Calkins, on behalf of Lynne Yelich, federal minister of state for Western economic diversification, announced that the government would invest $13,500 to support the upgrades.

“Investments like this one will benefit Canadian families and communities immediately, helping to boost economic activity, as well as creating safe and accessible community infrastructure facilities for years to come,” said Calkins in a release.

The investment will be put towards landscaping improvements and the installation of a new sign at the splash park, on Hwy 2A in the Lion’s Centennial Park.

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