Build a skate park in honor of Logan Wells
  • Petitioning Yorba Linda City Council

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Yorba Linda City Council

Build a skate park in honor of Logan Wells

    1. Katherine Wells
    2. Petition by

      Katherine Wells

      Yorba Linda, CA

A beloved high school junior, Logan Wells, was struck by a car and killed early Sunday morning, 3-23-14, in Yorba Linda, California. It has brought our community together and we are trying to get a skate park built in honor of Logan so kids have a safe place to skate. Please help us as we can not do this on our own. Check twitter #skatepark4logan to see the support for this amazing kid who was taken at such a young age. http://www.gofundme.com/7sa824

To:
Yorba Linda City Council
Build a skate park in honor of Logan Wells

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Louis Gouverneur DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND
      • 3 days ago

      I heard about this on YouTube and i feel like this is a great cause and everyone should be able to fulfill their dream

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    • Melanie Dinapoli NEW BRITAIN, CT
      • 13 days ago

      This is important to me because I also lost a good friend this year.

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    • Felipe Bernardes Silva SãO PAULO, BRAZIL
      • 25 days ago

      Estou assinando porque uma pessoa que amava tanto seu esporte e não teve nem tempo de praticar ele direito, merece pelo menos saver que porcausa de seu sacrifício, crianças da sua idade poderão ter aonde andar de skate

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    • Carolyn Bordley ASHLAND, VA
      • about 1 month ago

      I am an advocate for children. I am especially concerned about safety. If children are safe they thrive , grow and learn. We need to know children are safe to play and learn with other children together strong!

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    • Daniel Jorge LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND
      • about 1 month ago

      Skate is life

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