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“One Yard at a Time” Campaign Drawing Donations for Lake Revitalization
While $12.89 doesn’t buy as much as it used to, people in the Fulton area are finding it can go a long way toward a good cause.

With the dredging of Fulton’s portion of Lake Neatahwana underway, the Fulton Community Revitalization Corporation launched its “One Yard at a Time for $12.89” campaign, in which supporters are asked to make a donation of $12.89 or more toward the effort.

State funds provided enough money to go ahead with the first 10,000 cubic yards of the project, but any dredging beyond that will cost $12.89 per yard.

100% of all money donated to the campaign goes directly to the lake clean-up, there are no administrative costs and it will allow donors the opportunity to take ownership of the project and feel that their donation is making a difference.


 
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