Co-op donates $43,000 to build Pickleball courts and Playground at Crooked Lake’s Sunset Beach

Sunset Beach at Crooked Lake, south of Melville will be receiving some funding from the Co-op to bring new recreational options for the area.
Co-Op is providing 43-thousand dollars through their Co-op Community Spaces program.

Hometown Co-op General Manager Jason Schenn says they are excited to help fund the project and says that investing their communites is a value of what their Co-op is all about.

The president of Sunset Beach Recreation, Randy Durovick, says the funds will be used for a $100,000 project to build a new playground and two Pickleball courts.

He says the project will bring the communities of Broadview, Grenfell, Whitewood, Grayson, Cowessess First Nations and other nearby communities to improve the quality of life.

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