LABOR DAY ‘NO BREAKFAST’ BREAKFAST DONATION
Due to COVID-19 restrictions regarding gatherings in West Virginia at this time (and it is unknown when those will increase) and for the overall safety of our community members, we will be unable to hold the annual Labor Day Breakfast for 2020. This long-standing tradition has raised thousands of dollars each year which is used towards needed projects and improvements in War Memorial Park. We are thankful every year to the many, many individuals, families and businesses that take part in supporting the War Memorial Park Association by purchasing breakfast tickets. We hope that despite not being able to provide a hot breakfast for the first time since 1948, that you will still give towards the Labor Day ‘No Breakfast’ Breakfast Donation event. Thank you for your continued support of our ‘Living Memorial’ – War Memorial Park!
HOW YOU CAN GIVE:
- Hand-deliver or mail your donation to the M-BC Parks & Recreation Administrative Office located at 273 Woodbury Avenue, Martinsburg, WV 25404 (if paying by check, please make payable to ‘War Memorial Park Association’). Please note that our office is not open on weekends or on Labor Day, September 7th, however, we do have a drop box located outside our office door for checks. We ask that you do not mail cash donations or put cash donations in the drop box. All cash donations should be hand-delivered.
- You can stop by the Main Pavilion on Monday, September 7th from 8:00am-10:00am and give your cash or check donation to a designated volunteer.
- Cash or check donations only please. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept donations by credit/debit cards.
We look forward to seeing you back at the breakfast on Labor Day 2021!
The War Memorial Park Association has brought in thousands of dollars every year since park opened in 1948 by hosting the Annual Labor Day Breakfast Event.
The funds raised from this event have gone into improving War Memorial Park’s restroom facilities; construction of the memorials honoring Berkeley County veterans who died in wars dating back to World War I; expansion of pavilions; and replacing playground equipment. We hope to raise funds for continued improvements in the park every year to include replacing the State Farm Pavilion.