Parks Donations

The Town of Sumner Parks Committee is seeking tax deductable donations to assist with projects within the Park system. The town currently has three Parks. Busseyville Park located in Busseyville, East Lake Park located at the end of East Lake Drive and Carcajou Preservation Park located at the corner of Carcajou Rd. & White Crow Rd.

Our Most recently acquired Carcajou Park was first planted in June 2011 with native grassses. The Ho-chunk Nation was instrumental in the planting of grasses by providing the seed at a very small cost to the Town. However, the initial and continued maintenance ( weed control, planting, mowing, burning and harvesting) for a bountiful prairie is costly and volunteer intensive. The Parks Committee has planned visions to beautify the prairie by adding paths, signage, more varieties of flowers, bird houses and perhaps a kiosk. The harvested prairie seeds will provide some income to the Parks and help sustain some of the costs and upkeep throughout the years.

Thank you in advance for your contribution and support to the future of the Town of Sumner Parks.

Donations should be made payable to the Town of Sumner with "Parks Donation" written into the memo section.

All donations go directly towards the Parks !

If you have any questions or comments or would like to become a parks member* please contact any of the following Park Members:

Randy Burdick ,Parks Chair 920-650-3652

Town Hall 608-884-7925

*Our meetings are generally the Third Friday of the month @ 9AM at the Town Hall.

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Detach and return with donation (please do not send cash).

Amount $______________________

Name ___________________________________________

Address___________________________________________________________________________

below are a few of the items donations will be used towards

____Bluebird house & Access. ____Burning equipment ____Mulch

____Prairie Seed ____Weed control tools

____ Signage ____Gen. Maintenance