Rotary Club of Bullard

Rotary Club Presents Plaque to School Board

 
 
The Bullard Rotary Club recently presented a plaque to the Bullard ISD School Board that will be laid in concrete at the new sunshade on the elementary school’s playground.

The Rotary Club finished the project, called the Bullard Elementary Fun Shade, on Feb. 25 to address the need for shelter from weather elements, most notably excessive sunshine. Before the apparatus was constructed, no trees or any other form of shelter were available for students and teachers.

“The Bullard Rotary Club is so excited to be able to build this structure for the children’s playground,” said Amanda Chesshir, Bullard Rotary President. “We hope this sunshade pavil- ion will help provide some much needed shade in the warmer months.

The project would have cost roughly $25,000 if paid for at full price, but due to all the donations from local businesses like Cannon Steel Erection, WRL Contractors, Transit Mix Concrete and Contractor Supplies, only ended up costing the club about $3,200.

The Rotary Club is currently discussing another potential playground project but has not finalized any land for construction.
The Bullard Rotary Club recently presented a plaque to the Bullard ISD School Board that will be laid in concrete at the new sunshade on the elementary school’s playground.

The Rotary Club finished the project, called the Bullard Elementary Fun Shade, on Feb. 25 to address the need for shelter from weather elements, most notably excessive sunshine. Before the apparatus was constructed, no trees or any other form of shelter were available for students and teachers.

“The Bullard Rotary Club is so excited to be able to build this structure for the children’s playground,” said Amanda Chesshir, Bullard Rotary President. “We hope this sunshade pavil- ion will help provide some much needed shade in the warmer months.

The project would have cost roughly $25,000 if paid for at full price, but due to all the donations from local businesses like Cannon Steel Erection, WRL Contractors, Transit Mix Concrete and Contractor Supplies, only ended up costing the club about $3,200.

The Rotary Club is currently discussing another potential playground project but has not finalized any land for construction.