Fun Fun Park recycling fundraiser

Event set for Sept. 21 in Ocean Park to benefit revitalization of park

The Ocean Park Community Association and ElectroRecycle are teaming up to host a recycling fair benefiting the revitalization of Fun Fun Park.

The event will be held on Sept. 21, 1-5 p.m. at the park, located at 1472 128 St.

There will be a number of family-friendly activities throughout the day, including fun, interactive recycling activities for children, as well as a raffle, bouncy castle and free food.

On location will be a crew from The Peak 102.7 FM and Zox of the Forest.

All are welcome and encouraged to bring toasters, microwaves, electric toothbrushes, power tools and other electronics to be recycle free of charge.

The association aims to raise $35,000 for Fun Fun Park.

 

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