A Clovis family delivered $546 Tuesday morning to Clovis city officials to help pay for reconstruction of a park destroyed by fire last month.
Sheri Kertson and her neighbors near the Century Park Playground sold lemonade and cookies to raise the money.
Kertson said her daughter, Jessica, 6, suggested the idea shortly after they surveyed the charred park northeast of Alluvial and Sunnyside avenues.
"We would have been happy with $100 or $200," Kertson said. "When people saw what it was going toward, they were willing to donate ... we just want our playground back."
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Damage in the June 13 fire was estimated at $70,000. The fire remains under investigation. Parks manager Eric Aller said the city is filing an insurance claim to help rebuild the park.
The city also has received donations to repair park lighting from Electric Motor Shop and a roll-away trash bin from Industrial Waste & Salvage during reconstruction.