Wayland Dedicates ITC Pavilion
On November 20, Wayland Main Street/Downtown Development Authority (DDA) cut the ribbon at the newly constructed ITC Pavilion in DOWNTOWN WAYLAND. ITC provided support for the new open-air pavilion, as well as the design and creation of the downtown rain garden, which was completed in 2017.
Rain gardens provide a practical and visually appealing solution to the problem of water pollution caused by unfiltered storm water runoff in urban settings. The gardens are designed to intercept and absorb unfiltered storm water that would otherwise flow into storm drains and contribute to water pollution and degradation.
“The ITC Pavilion project is a testament to the community-driven, revitalization efforts at work in Downtown Wayland. With the support of multiple community partners, the pavilion is an added public asset for all to enjoy,” said Executive Director Ingrid Miller. “We look forward to adding new landscape features around the pavilion in the spring and are currently partnering with Wayland Union High School students to design and construct furniture for the space.”
ITC joined the DOWNTOWN WAYLAND MAIN STREET board and volunteers to cut the ribbon for the new ITC Rain Garden Pavilion.
The ITC Charitable Giving Program
The ITC Charitable Giving Program focuses on five key areas to help strengthen our communities and reflect the values of ITC. Those include education, environmental stewardship, social services, health & wellness and arts & culture.
Community Approach Links
- ITC SUPPORTS ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
- ITC CHARITABLE GIVING HIGHLIGHTS
- CITY YEAR DETROIT: “SUNSHINE” IN DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
- HOPE VILLAGE FREEDOM SCHOOL
- INSPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS IN KALAMAZOO COUNTY
- A HANDS-ON APPROACH TO STEM
- FARMING 101 FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULTS
- HELPING RESTORE A NATIONAL LANDMARK