By DIANE R. CHODAN
OBSERVER Staff Writer
STOCKTON - Stockton Citizens Organization for Renewal and Expansion (S.C.O.R.E.) is selling bricks to add to the pathway in the town of Stockton Veterans Memorial Park.
OBSERVER Photo by Diane R. Chodan
Left to right: Marian Johnson, president of S.C.O.R.E. and Vicki Borda, chairperson of the brick sale, pictured in the town of Stockton Veterans Memorial Park. Some of the bricks are visible in the picture. Bricks were last sold in 2007. Bricks from the current sale will expand the walk way in the park.
Sale of bricks was first done as a fundraiser in 2007. The current sale is taking place now through April 15, 2013. Each brick costs $65. No more than two lines can be engraved on each brick with no more than 12 characters per line. Spaces count.
"The bricks make great gifts for your family and friends and also are a nice way of remembering loved ones or pets," Vicki Borda, chairperson of the fundraiser, said.
S.C.O.R.E. was organized to benefit and beautify the Stockton community. The organization cares for the Veterans Memorial Park, has purchased banners for the town center, and assists at many community functions.
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