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Moms On Board Works to Better Community
By Aaron Montes / El Paso Inc. / Sep 26, 2018
An El Paso online group has morphed into a full-fledged nonprofit organization, and it’s using its mom-and-dad muscle to push for better, safer and more fun amenities for families citywide with much success.
“Moms on Board is about bringing the community together to get involved, get active and to make more family-friendly amenities in El Paso,” said Adrianne Moody, co-founder of Moms on Board.
The group, composed of parents from all over the city, was behind the installation of shadestructures and inclusive services at parks with help from local governments and the Paso del Norte Foundation…
Moms On Board Organization Working with County to Revitalize Ascarate Park
by Gloria DeLeon / CBS4 / June 25, 2018
EL PASO, Texas — Some big changes could be coming to Ascarate Park.
A local parents organization, Moms On Board, is working with El Paso County to create a new atmosphere there.
"I think Ascarate is a perfect place for it to be held," said Adrianne Moody, co-founder of Moms On Board. “It's right by the hospitals and it's centrally located, and who doesn't love Ascarate?"
On Monday, the organization presented an idea to county commissioners to create an all-inclusive park…
Organization Works to Create All-Inclusive Park at Ascarate
By Kayla Melson / KTSM / Aug 06, 2018
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) - Local children with special needs could soon have a fun and safe new place to play.
Moms On Board, a part of the Paso del Norte Foundation's Community of Philanthropy, is partnering up with the county to add an all-inclusive park to Ascarate Park.
According to a news release, the park would include sensory tunnels, a demonstration garden, train rides, and other amenities for children of all abilities.
The organization has already secured the land on the north side of Ascarate Lake, and is now working with other local groups to raise the approximately $2.4 million needed to build the park…
Moms On Board plans All-Inclusive Park to bring kids of varying abilities together
What started as an effort by two El Paso moms to bring more shade to public parks has become an organic movement that has sparked more area parents to become involved in their community.