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New Glarus foundations partner to save green space
‘Kittleson Hill’, adjacent green space to Candy Cane Park, to be purchased by and donated back to the village by nonprofit
A 2.2 acre lot adjacent to Candy Cane Park in New Glarus is set to be purchased by Only in Wisconsin Giving Foundation and then donated back to the Village of New Glarus. Another community group, the New Glarus Cares Foundation, Inc., is raising funds to maintain the lot and the park, thus saving a part of the village with more than five decades of history to development. - photo by Adam Krebs
NEW GLARUS — In early October, the 2.2 acres of green space adjacent to Candy Cane Park was listed for sale by Shepherd of the Hills Church. This green space has served as an extension of Candy Cane Park for well over 50 years and is widely utilized by children and families in the community throughout the year.