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ASSOCIATION PRESENTS CITY WITH CHECK FOR POOL RESTORATION

March 10, 2012 | By | Reply More

In September Civic Association President, Denise Cassedy, presented the City of Tampa with a check for $11,569.65 to help fund restoration of historic Roy Jenkins Pool on Davis Islands.

The money was raised through the Civic Association’s Building Tomorrow capital fundraising campaign.  Donors* who gave money to restore the pool contributed it to the DI Capital Improvement Fund, a 501(c)(3) fund established by the Civic Association at the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay.  This type of account allows donors to take the maximum federal income tax deduction for a charitable contribution.

The money donated to the City by the Civic Association is being combined with other revenues to fully fund pool restoration, including over $1 million in Community Investment Tax revenue budgeted by Mayor Buckhorn and about $500,000 remaining in the Davis Islands Recreation Improvement Fund, established by Tampa General Hospital a number of years ago. Last March, the community recommended spending the remaining TGH money on the pool.

Restoration of the pool will get underway early in 2013 and is expected to be completed in January 2014.

Now that pool restoration is fully funded and the project is underway, the Civic Association’s Building Tomorrow capital campaign will turn its attention to raising funds for other capital improvements needed on Davis Islands, including the completion of a waterfront walkway (from Tampa General Hospital to the new trail along South Davis Boulevard) and the building of a community center on Davis Islands. These improvements are part of the Islands’ envisioned future detailed in the City-approved DI Community Plan.

* THANK YOU BUILDING TOMORROW DONORS!

 The DI Civic Association Board of Directors wishes to thank and recognize the donors to the DI Capital Improvement Fund for restoration of Roy Jenkins Pool:

President’s Circle ($5,000 and up)

F.E. Lykes Foundation, Inc.

Champions ($1,000 to $4,999)

Davis Islands Garden Club

Pam Colker

Tampa Marketing Company

Friends (up to $499):

Deborah Kent’s Women’s Apparel & Shoes

Bradley Resch

Jake Shumacker

Kim Cassese

Davis Islands Young Islanders

Gordon Giffen

Carrie Miller

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