Rainforths turn 30th anniversary into playgrounds 

The traditional 30 th anniversary present for married couples is pearls, but long-time locals Lance and Lynne Rainforth are hoping for monkey bars instead.

On Sunday, May 30 at 6 p.m. they are hosting an anniversary party and pig roast at the Southside Diner and donating the proceeds to Playground Builders, an organizations that builds play areas for children in areas impacted by war and poverty.

The Rainforth's have canvassed local businesses for donations to their silent auction, which will include a six-by-six handknit mohair blanket valued over $1,000. Their goal is to raise $3,000 in total, or $100 for every year they've been married.

You don't need to know the Rainforths or their company, Great Panes Window Cleaning, to drop by; all are welcome to come out and enjoy the pig roast and party.




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