The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation has partnered with Freudenberg Filtration Technologies of Hopkinsville, Kentucky to complete a company service project at Billy Dunlop Park on Saturday, September 28. The project will consist of replacing the gravel that covers the playground with a softer wood mulch and clearing out brush near the walking bridge.
“The Department of Parks and Recreation is proud of the partnership established with Freudenberg Filtration Technologies. “We hope that this will lead to further projects on down the road whether at Billy Dunlop or other city Parks,” said Mark Tummons, Director of Clarksville Parks & Recreation.
Freudenberg is a family-owned group of companies active on the global stage. Its 16 Business Groups operate various markets and industry sectors in 57 countries, employing over 37,000 associates. Responsible conduct, of which community outreach is a part, ranks among the basic values of the company which was founded over 160 years ago. Freudenberg Filtration Technologies, headquartered in Weinheim, Germany, provides both liquid and air filtration solutions for a multitude of industries and applications.
“Freudenberg has a proud tradition of supporting the local communities that surround our facilities, and giving back to those communities though charitable activities is just a small token of our thanks. “We are especially proud that family members of our workers also participate in such events,” said Barry Kellar, President & CEO of North American Region.
If your company is interested in partnering with the Clarksville Parks & Recreation department for similar ‘Give back to the Community’ projects, please call the main office at (931)645-7476.
For more details, please contact the Clarksville Parks and Recreation office at 931-645-7476.