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Bikes raffledfor city park


A raffle to benefit a new park in Electric City has raised $500, City Councilmember Lonna Bussert said Monday.

Bussert has held two picnic celebrations and now the raffle of two bicycles to raise over $4,000 toward development of the new park behind the fire station in Electric City.

Winners of the bicycles were Susan Haydock of Coulee Dam and Cody Bright of Wilbur. Bright donated his bicycle back and Bussert gave it to Trees of Sharing, to be given to some child in the area.

Bussert had stated that she hoped to get started on the park next year, even though the council had decided to wait for grants to develop it.

The city purchased the site for $25,000 from Banks Lake Bible Church.

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