March 10th, 2013, The Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation continued the effort of building a skatepark in Alix's memory. Thank you for joining us at Main-Transit Fire Hall for what can only be described as an incredible day. Alix was shining over us, the turnout was enormous, and the money raised - over $20,000 is extremely significant! A huge thank you to all of our tireless volunteers, sponsors and donors!
We have a number of prizes that need to be claimed so please check below for winning numbers from the Premium Auction (orange tickets)
If you have a winning number, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will make arrangements to get the prizes to you!
Kindle Fire HD - #462103
23" Acer LED Computer Monitor - #046578
Signed Jason Pominville Sabres Jersey plus signed Pominville 16 x 20 - #462157
Caymus Vineyards Cab Sauv 1.5 liter - #462990
4 club level tix for Bandits-Rochester April 20, plus one night stay at Hotel @ The Lafayette - #461804
Four pieces of artwork from Mark Callen Photography - #045199
Hamilton Bulldogs signed game worn jersey plus four tix to game of choice in 2012-13 - #462161
Bisons suite for 12 - courtesy the Buffalo Sabres - includes two New Era caps and two signed baseballs - Bobby Bonilla and Roger Craig - #462908
Again, please contact us right away if you have any of the above numbers at email@example.com
If you would like to donate to the park simply click the donate button below!
If you would prefer to donate by check, please make it to: Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation
Our mailing address is: 195 Londonderry Lane, Getzville, NY 14068
Cherisse & Tim -
Thank you for visiting our website, and thanks to the Buffalo News for continuing to shed more light on our goal. To view the article please click below, or copy and paste the link to your browser.
In July of 2011 Alexandria "Alix" Rice, was longboarding home when struck and killed by a drunk driver. Alix loved her longboard "Rupert". She also loved her friends. She would do almost anything for them. It was common to find that Alix had gone out of her way to turn a friends awful day around.
Due to her extreme kindness and selflessness, a skatepark is being erected in her name. The Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation was formed in August, 2012. It is a 501c3 Not-for-profit company whose sole purpose is to make this dream a reality. It will be an all concrete California style skatepark. So even longboarders can enjoy its existence.We are currently working with a local municipality.