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In the spring of 2016, the Ottawa Hills Foundation launched a fund raising drive to raise $150,000 to improve Arrowhead Point, the triangular 1.6 acre parcel of village land at the corner of Indian, Secor, and Bancroft.


The first phase of the project includes the replacement of the current wooden entry sign with a stately brick wall. It also includes the construction of a pavillion, to be used as a gathering place for future village events. Phase one also includes landscaping improvements and a sprinkler system.


Donation levels are:


Two sizes of personalized pavers are available. A 4" x 8" paver for $100, or an 8" x 8" paver for $250.


Donors to the Centennial Honor Roll will be listed on a single large bronze plaque, grouped by their donation level. The levels are bronze, $200; silver, $350; gold $500; and platinum, $1,000.


Donors of Distinction will be recognized on their own individual, personalized plaque. A 12" x 12" plaque is $2,500. A 12" x 18" plaque is $5,000.


Donations are tax deductible. The fund raisng drive ends January 30, 2017. Construction will begin in spring, 2017. To contribute to this special project, click the link below.




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