A $10,000 donation from Enbridge will inch Bruderheim closer to their replacement skate park.
 
Representatives came down from Fort McMurray to present the cheque on Wednesday (November 1).
 
"These gifts are enormous, every bit helps so to get a donation like that helps us meet our goal and move forward," said councillor Patricia Lee. "We are lucky to have these neighbours in industry that support us and watch out for the community."
 
The cheque will go towards the fundraising goal, that will then be used to apply for a matching grant to build a new skateboarding park for the community.
 
The town is just over halfway ($112,000) to their $200,000 goal.

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