Fundraising continues for dog park 0
LINDSAY - Dog owners are going to have to wait a little bit longer for the opening of Howler's Corners off-leash dog park at Ken Reid Conservation Area
Kawartha Conservation's Brent Kulba said the 'Friends of Kawartha Conservation' are continuing to raise money, having so far garnered $7,000 towards their $12,000 goal. He reiterated that the pennies for puppies campaign is ongoing and other donations are being accepted.
"Work is going to continue this summer," Kulba said. "We do want to get it open as soon as possible."
He said fence repairs are needed to make it more safe and secure and Kawartha Conservation is donating heavy machinery to assist with grading work. He said he was hopeful they could open in the fall "but it depends on a number of factors."
The John Howard Society of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton is part of the venture.
* See www.kawarthaconservation.com/friends/ for more.