Mr. Frog’s Wild Ride and Feeney Park are hopping with gratitude to Adventist Health Sonora for their donation of $1000. $500 goes to support Mr. Frog’s bicycle ride through the Northern California foothills, and $500 is earmarked in support of maintaining and supporting Feeney Park in Murphys.
Adventist Health Sonora is working in partnership with the Blue Zones Project. Their goal is to encourage community change to promote better health through outdoor recreation. Which makes sponsorship of Mr. Frog’s bicycle event a perfect fit; you’ll find information about them at the fourth rest stop and at the Feeney Park on the day of the event.
Their contribution is so very welcome. Feeney park, a community recreation resource in Murphys, California, relies entirely on the hard work of volunteers and the generous donations from the community to cover its expenses. “It costs more than $5000 for just seed to reseed the playing fields and keep them playable," said Susan Lyneis, Feeney Park Foundation treasurer. Countless kids have played on the fields of Feeney Park over the years, and the grass takes a beating. Adventist Health Sonora’s contribution will literally help keep the fields green.
Feeney Park Foundation thanks Adventist Health Sonora for their contribution.
If you’d like to sponsor Mr. Frog’s Wild Ride and Feeney Park, please go to
https://www.mrfrogswildride.org/be-a-sponsor.html and download a sponsorship form.