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Chloe’s Sunshine Playground

We’re proud to sponsor the annual Heritage Days Pancake Breakfast benefiting Chloe’s Sunshine Playground for the past four years. Proceeds from the breakfast benefit the park and fundraising needed for the playground equipment. The project is named for Chloe Bennett of Syracuse City who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and West Syndrome. These have limited her ability to speak, walk, and to play on traditional playground equipment. Chloe’s mother gathered support to create a community playground that would bridge the gap and accommodate all children so they can play together. The playground, slated to complete Phase 1 in September 2014, will be fully accessible and feature ramps, shade structures, slides, swings, a water splash pad and restrooms. Click here for more information! 

Chloe’s Sunshine Playground held its grand opening on Saturday, May 9, 2015 to coincide with Chloe’s 8th birthday. Hundreds of residents attended with their families to participate in the playground’s opening and share in the celebration. After the ribbon was cut, approximately 100 children of all abilities and ages were able to swing, climb and play the rest of the afternoon. Fundraising is underway for Phase 2 of the playground’s construction that will include a splash pad. For more information and updates, check their Facebook page at Chloe’s Sunshine Playground

Annual RC Willey Community Trunk or Treat

We were proud to participate in the 2nd Annual RC Willey Community Trunk or Treat. This event is hosted each year in the RC Willey parking lot where local Syracuse businesses gather for an evening of trick or treating. With a record turnout of approximately 1,200 kids in our community, the event was a fun and safe opportunity for families to show off their Halloween costumes, mingle with local business, and of course collect some candy!

 

Riverdale Flood of 1999

After the Davis–Weber canal broke in July of 1999, some Riverdale residents were left with thousands of dollars in flood damage to their homes. As clean up efforts commenced and families moved back into their homes, many didn’t have flood insurance to cover the $2,000+ for new furances, air conditioners or service needed. Rentmeister Total Home Service garnered resources and our staff donated labor to help homeowners get back on their feet. We installed air conditioners and/or furnaces for nine homes, supplied furnaces for several homes and made service calls to homeowners in the Riverdale area. We also called on other HVAC companies in the area to donate equipment and time for homeowners in need. Together we were able to help the residents of Riverdale get back in their homes and support our commitment to our community.

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