Dream playhouse donated to Fort Richmond children’s centre

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A dream playhouse valued at $13,000 has been donated to Epiphany Children’s Centre (200 Dalhousie Dr.).

Realty Executives First Choice partnered with Verne Reiner Architects, Cornerstone Kitchens and Lowe’s and Rona to design and build the playhouse, which was raffled off on June 11 in support of local children’s charity The Dream Factory.

The playhouse, which was featured at the Manitoba Home and Garden Show and The Dream Factory’s annual auction, was purchased by a doctor in the community and donated to Epiphany Children’s Centre. The structure was transported from Lowe’s and reconstructed at its new home on July 6.

The $13,000 playhouse, which was featured at the Manitoba Home and Garden Show and The Dream Factory’s annual auction, was donated to Epiphany Children’s Centre (200 Dalhousie Dr.).
The $13,000 playhouse, which was featured at the Manitoba Home and Garden Show and The Dream Factory’s annual auction, was donated to Epiphany Children’s Centre (200 Dalhousie Dr.).
Kelsey James

Kelsey James
Community Journalist

Kelsey James is a reporter/photographer for the Free Press Community Review. She graduated from Red River College’s creative communications program in 2018 as a journalism major and holds a bachelor’s degree in rhetoric, writing and communications from the University of Winnipeg. A lifelong Winnipegger who grew up in southwest Winnipeg, Kelsey is thrilled to be covering the neighbourhoods she still calls “home.”

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