An artist's conception of what the Rossland Skatepark could look like.

Rock the vote

The Rossland Skatepark Association needs your vote. The association entered the project into the competition for Aviva Community Funds.

The Rossland Skatepark Association needs your vote.

The association entered the Rossland Skatepark project into the competition for Aviva Community Funds.

Voting started Sept. 30. Follow the link to vote and read more about the project at: http://www.avivacommunityfund.org/ideas/acf17597.

“Help them out by spreading the word to all your friends in Rossland and across the country or around the world,” said Tara Howse in a press release. “Let’s get our local youth voting and supporting this project.”

If the association makes it into the final round, the project is guaranteed a $5,000 award and could win between $100,00 to $150,000.

For more information contact Tara Howse at howsebusinesssolutions@gmail.com.

 

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