Support the Trail SkatePark with our "Get on Board" Sponsorship Campaign

Friends of the Trail SkatePark value youth, safety, mentoring and skills development. We also believe that all youth have the potential for growth, development and leadership. Skate parks provide an opportunity for youth to develop fitness, relationships, leadership and confidence.

The Trail SkatePark could not exist without the generous support of our community. All members of the fundraising committee are volunteers. 100% of your contribution will go toward the skate park project. with a $275,000 commitment from the city of Trail, the fundraising committee has been tasked with raising an equal amount to secure the required total funds for the skate park: $550,000. "Get on Board" and let's make this project a reality for youth in our community.

Ethan Hupp, Brandon Erback and Madison Williams were the youngest students in a group from J.L. Crowe Secondary School that addressed Trail council during Monday's governance meeting. The three gathered to support a delegation by the Society of the Friends of the Trail Sk8 Park, and spoke of ways to increase youth awareness of community-related events. image credit: Sheri Regnier

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Trail Parks & Recreation

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(Ingrid Hope)
Panago Trail (Genny Demkiw)
Brent Allen
BMO Trail Staff
Martin, Mary
Siemens,Walter & Hildegard
Zips, Cary
Bredl, Richard
Pals of the Park