Corporation donates $25,000 to help build Kellogg Park

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Steve Greig (Director of Government Affairs at California Resources Corporation), Mayor Cheryl Heitmann, Ed Wehan (Parks & Recreation Commission), Amy Fonzo (Manager External Relations at California Resources Corporation), Jim White (Chair, Parks & Recreation Commission), Christy Weir (Ventura City Council) and Carl Morehouse (Ventura City Council) at the presenting of the check.

Photo by Bernie Goldstein

Tuesday, December 1st is globally recognized as “Giving Tuesday” to celebrate gift giving with a higher purpose.  In keeping with “Giving Tuesday” California Resources Corporation (CRC) presented their gift of $25,000 to help build Kellogg Park, located at the corner of Kellogg Street and Ventura Avenue.

Mayor Cheryl Heitmann made brief thank you remarks in accepting CRC’s “big check” at the family-friendly event which featured free kids activities and refreshments.  Many community members were in attendance.

city kellogg park insetThe process to build Kellogg Park began in 2012 through the collaborative efforts of the public, the Westside Community Council, the Kellogg Park Working Group, city staff and The Trust for Public Land.  With the generous donation from CRC $50,000 has been raised to create this new park on Ventura’s Westside.

Amy Fonzo of California Resources Corporation stated “In celebration of ‘Giving Tuesday’ and CRC’s one-year anniversary of operations, we are proud to support the City of Ventura with this contribution so we can help build the dream called ‘Kellogg Park’.  CRC values providing ample, affordable and reliable energy to Californians and being a valued neighbor in local communities by supporting projects like Kellogg Park. CRC’s employees live and work in Ventura and are commitment to improving the lives of people living on the Central Coast.”


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