Fun Fore All Family Fun Park, 8 Progress Avenue, donated $8,000 to the Cranberry Township Community Chest’s renovation of the Cranberry CUP Kids Castle Playground in Community Park. That renovation is the organization’s most recent Project of the Year.
The initial construction of the Playground was CTCC’s 2013 Project of the Year, with the renovation project serving as a commitment to maintaining and continuing efforts to better the community. Upgrades include new equipment, maintenance to existing pieces, and improved safety measures.
Fun Fore All’s donation will be noted on a large, fabricated metal child at play. The massive sculpture was a creation of artist Alex Howland through his architectural metal fabricating company, Twisted Iron Fabrication. It was a collaboration with the Cranberry Artists Network and will be a permanent fixture of the Kids Castle Playground in Community Park.
“Our mission as a business is to provide safe family fun to the community,” said Chris Camp, Owner of Fun Fore All. “Kids Castle is a perfect example that CTCC and the Township share that same mission, and we’re thrilled to once again partner to make the community a better, more fun place.”
That continued support from Fun Fore All is the definition of a community supporting each other, according to CTCC President Bruce Mazzoni.
“Cranberry Township would not be the amazing community that it is without the amazing residents and businesses that come together to make a difference,” Mazzoni said. “Time and time again, Fun Fore All has gone above and beyond to support the Township and community. Chris and his group are the definition of being a community champion.”