Phase one of the project, constructed in three phases, is more than 68% complete. And thanks to grants, foundations, and generous contributions from people with a heart for the Lake Chelan community, phase one has been fully funded. According to Isaak, “it’s time to rally together and add even more building blocks in the form of local donors.” Phase two funding will provide the necessary furnishings, and finish the gymnasium, parking lot, and landscaping. Phase one and two combined are now 83% funded and 53% complete. Isaak is asking community members to choose the way that’s best for them to support the next development phase. A favorite for many people is an engravable stone paver beginning at $250.
Board member Kyle Plew – a native of Chelan – expressed the outreach for support this way. “Everyone should have an opportunity to participate in, and benefit from, the resources of our valley. No matter what. I’d definitely invite people to be part of that.”
To learn more about The Lake Chelan Community Center or to contribute, please go to www.chelancommuntiy.org or contact Raye Evans, Director of Private and Public Funding, at firstname.lastname@example.org