Thursday, 12 December 2013 21:21

Adam Dalton releases Park Restoration Project update

Jackson, CA- Dear Amador County,


Although the efforts at Chaw’se Indian Grinding Rock have ended, we’d like to wish all of the many dedicated workers, volunteers and supporters; a very happy holiday season.


Because of you, this time of year brings new meaning to our family.  Together we have accomplished more than we’ve ever dreamed possible and we thank you with sincere appreciation for your good will and support of the Amador County Park Restoration project.


I would also like to recognize my brother, Robert Dalton and Dalton Trucking for the assistance with hauling the cedar wood for the Chaw’se project.  Your support means the world to me brother, and I thank you for everything you do.


As we enter 2014 our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible, it is in this spirit that we say; thank you and may Grandfather be with you always.


Please continue to follow our efforts and support the cause.  Find us on Facebook at Amador County Park Restoration or call (209) 223-8405 with questions or comments.  Continued donations are greatly appreciated and necessary to rebuild and restore the parks of Amador County.


Adam Dalton

Earl Dalton III
Derik Dalton

Nick Wilson

The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians