“Having an accessible playground in our community gives our family a safe space to play and experience the simple joys of being a child without the restrictions or feeling frustrated by inaccessibility. Seeing everyone playing together seamlessly brings our community closer, and raises the bar for future inclusive development.”
- Jennie Briend, Parent
- Brenda Gutierrez-Baeza, Santa Cruz County Commissioner on Disabilities
- Dan and Rebecca Haifley, Parents
Capitola-Aptos Rotary looks forward to supporting the Jade Street Universally Accessible playground project. Children and Education are global causes for our club and Rotary International. Treasure Cove at Jade Street Park Universally Accessible playground is a major fundraising focus through December 2024, and we will work to join with other Rotary clubs on both fundraising and community service for the project. Jade Street will provide a welcoming playground and gathering place for Capitola residents and visitors of all abilities and ages.
-Lowry Fenton & Pam Goodman, Co-Presidents 23-24, Capitola-Aptos Rotary
- Tricia Wiltshire, Founder of LEO’s Haven