Cavendish Farms contributes $25,000 to Two Rivers Activity Center’s campaign
The campaign is for the Meidinger Splash Park.
Cavendish Farms recently contributed $25,000 to Two Rivers Activity Center’s Building Community Campaign to construct the outdoor Meidinger Splash Park.
The Splash Park includes a bathhouse, three elevated water activity stations with four slides, multiple fountains and splash zones. Cavendish Farms’ contribution was directed toward a shade shelter that provides a place for groups to gather out of the sun while enjoying the Splash Park.
“Cavendish Farms is committed to the communities where our employees live and work,” said Mark Urquhart, director of western agriculture and raw procurement for Cavendish Farms. “The Meidinger Splash Park is a great location for families and groups to spend quality time outdoors. We’re proud to be able to support this important project and encourage other organization to contribute to help Jamestown Parks and Recreation and Two Rivers Activity Center reach their campaign goal.”
Meidinger Splash Park opened June 5, 2021, on the grounds of TRAC, which is owned and operated by the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department. The overall campaign has a $3 million goal.
“Jamestown Parks and Recreation and Two Rivers Activity Center are grateful to organizations like Cavendish Farms that prioritize supporting needs in the communities they operate in," said Amy Walters, TRAC facility manager. "With each donation we receive, we become that much closer to our goal. We thank Cavendish Farms for making a difference in our community.”