Taylor Woodrow Donates to California Playground

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Taylor woodrow homes, inc. was acknowledged last month by the Emblem Elementary School in Saugus, Calif. For their $2500 contribution to the school's Plqyground Equipment Campaign.

October 01, 1999

Taylor Woodrow Homes, Inc. was acknowledged last month by Emblem Elementary School in Saugus, Calif. for their $2500 contribution to the school’s Playground Equipment Campaign. In appreciation for the donation, a brass plaque engraved with the company’s name was permanently affixed to a bench at Emblem Elementary.

 

Taylor Woodrow Home’s project director Rick Bianchi (left) and Woodlands sales team members Karen Fightmaster, Robert Taylor and Merle Harrison were on hand for the presentation of a brass plaque commemorating the company’s donation to Emblem Elementary School’s Playground Equipment Campaign.

Through this and donations from other companies, the school has purchased new equipment including a spiral slide, suspended bridge and a dinosaur-shaped climbing structure. Installation of the new units was completed in time for the first day of school, August 18.

Taylor Woodrow recently became a member of this California community with the introduction of its new master-planned community of Woodlands at Valencia.

"Taylor Woodrow demonstrates the commitment that it takes to make a good corporate citizen,” says Courtney McIntyre, co-chair of Emblem Elementary PTA’s Playground Equipment Campaign. “With such generous contributions from companies like Taylor Woodrow, we were able to achieve our goal of raising $50,000 in only four weeks."

Taylor Woodrow is also hosting a free one-day event called The Woodlands Home & Garden Show in October. The event is designed to entertain the entire family with food, home decorating seminars, golf swing analyzing, drawing contests and fingerprinting for the children.

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