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After much anticipation, months of planning and a $100K-for-100 Cummings Foundation grant, it’s getting closer. The updated Roudenbush Children’s Center Frost Playground is coming soon, with construction to start in the Summer of 2019. In fact, the next phase of fund raising is happening now: The Roudenbush Community Center is marketing memorial brick pavers, with an anticipated end date of September 30.
“Forever at Frost” allows individuals to purchase engraved bricks for installation at the new playground located at the Roudenbush Children’s Center at Frost. Bricks purchased will fund the creation of a toddler playground as well as the renovation of the preschool playground. The new playground will feature accessible pathways, structures and covered play areas. The first order will not be laid until construction is completed.
Each 4-by-8 inch brick can be engraved with up to three lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line. Each 8-by-8 inch brick can be engraved with up to six lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line.
Those interested in contributing are asked to visit bricksrus.com/donorsite/foreveratfrost and to place an order. Paper forms can also be picked up at Roudenbush Community Center, 65 Main St., Westford, and mailed in with a check before the end of September.