Sturgeon Bay business hopes to spark park adoption

Quantum PC owners Erin Helgeson and Nathan Drager hope a conversation with Sturgeon Bay Common Councilmember Laurel Hauser turns into more city parks being adopted by local businesses.  The city of Sturgeon Bay began the program last year to offer community members a chance to give back while making the area parks safer and more beautiful with a little extra attention and work. Helgeson and Drager picked Garland Park because of how close it is to their business. She hopes once the snow melts their employees can make a difference and inspire others.

Helgeson says the paperwork, which is included with this story online, is easy to fill out. The city lists thirteen parks as being adoptable.  



Click here for Sturgeon Bay Adopt a Park program information



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