Tonasket Middle Schoolers continue pool effort

TONASKET – Tonasket Middle School students are continuing their efforts to raise funds for the city swimming pool, this time by encouraging area residents to vote for the pool project as part of a Coca Cola contest.

According to middle school ASB advisor Chasitie Cork, one can participate in the program through this link.

Starting June 6th, Coca-Cola is taking votes for America’s favorite park. The park that receives the most votes will win a $100,000 grant that will be applied towards a park of their choice (History Park for our pool). Tonasket Middle School needs you to vote and tell everyone you know about the competition.

Here is how you can vote…

1. Click on link above or go through this link

2. Type history in the box on the right of the page that says find your park and get started

3. Enter history in the (optional) enter park name box and click the green search box

4. Scroll down and look for History Park (it takes a couple days to show our location, but it says history park right now) click on vote now

5. Register or Log in

6. Click on vote now

You should have a congratulations sign that states that you voted for your park

Vote once a day every day now through July 15th.

About Brent Baker

Brent, is a former reporter/photographer for the Gazette-Tribune and sometimes works as a freelance sports reporter for the G-T. Prior to working at the G-T, he was the sports editor for Sunrise Publishing from 2000-2005 in Michigan. He subsequently owned and operated Buckland Media, a high school sports website, in Michigan until 2010. He and his wife Kim, who have an adult son, moved to Tonasket in 2010. Brent worked as a full time reporter/photographer at the G-T from 2011 - 2014).

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