Sponsor the NEW city Float
Memorial Day Parade
My name is Chris Dardzinski, and I am Chairman Memorial Day Parade for the city. A brand new city parade to start up, and I’m going to build a “City of Lincoln Park” Float, and donate it to the city for all future Memorial day Parades.
I’m working to gather as many sponsors/donors as possible. We want to see the whole city involved in making this a very special parade, and with our very own city float.
Any level of donation you can make is truly appreciated. EVERY penny donated will go directly to the cost of building the new city float. Plus I will personally cover the cost above and beyond whatever amount I raise.
Patriotism matters a great deal to me, and I want Lincoln Park to remember all our fallen heroes.
Cash, personal checks, cashiers checks and money orders accepted:
Make payable to: Christopher Dardzinski
Sponsor Levels: $5, $10, $15, $20, $25 or any amount above
City Float Donations
1359 Chandler Ave..
Lincoln Park, MI. 48146-2009
(I am happy to give a receipt to anyone who wants it)
Finally, I will need as many volunteers as possible to help with this brand new Memorial day Parade. Please consider giving the city some of your time. Thank you kindly for your generosity..
Chris Dardzinski, Cell: 734.775.2267 e-mail:
Building Material donations for City Float project:
Here is what I need:
- Trailer axles with 13 inch wheels, tires
- Trailer hitches (2 inch ball)
- Trailer tow bars (for 2 inch ball)
- 4’ X 8’ X 23/32” sheets of plywood
- 2” X 4” X 8’ studs
- 2” X 6” X 8’ studs
- 4” X 6” X 8’ pressure treated timber
- “C” Channel of any length and gauge
- steel brackets of any size and gauge
- PVC sheets of any size and thickness
- PVC pipe of any length and diameter
ALL residents: I want to put as much military/soldier gear & equipment on the float as possible. To give a real ‘fallen soldier’ theme, and make it very Patriotic in remembering their sacrifice
I’m asking for all kinds of donations in this category.
Also, every family in Lincoln Park that has lost a loved one in uniform, I would respectfully ask for their name. My idea is put their name, rank and branch of service on replicated dog tags. Then I’ll place the dog tags on one of four huge American stars on the float, in their honor.