'Do it for Dale'

Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park hosts benefit concert Aug. 13 to raise funds for a skateboard park in Greenwood Lake


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  • Provided photo On Sunday, Aug. 13, Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park will host a benefit concert to raise funds for a skateboard park in Greenwood Lake in memory of Dale Hirrel.



GREENWOOD LAKE — On Sunday, Aug. 13, beginning at 6:30 p.m., several outstanding local bands and solo artists will join together to perform a musical mix in a fundraiser to support the creation of the GWL Skatepark in memory of Dale Hirrel.

A minimum $10 donation is suggested.

Dale grew up skateboarding in and around Greenwood Lake and the surrounding areas. He and his friends always dreamed of having a skate park in their village.

After graduating from Greenwood Lake Middle School, Dale attended George F. Baker High School in Tuxedo.

When Tuxedo closed, he went to Chester Academy before transferring to Warwick Valley High School.

Dale died in a car accident on April 30, 2016. He was 16 years old.

The "Do It For Dale" concert is the first fundraiser to kickstart efforts to raise the estimated $200,000 to $300,000 needed to build the skate park.

All proceeds from this concert will go toward the design and construction fund for the Greenwood Lake Skatepark.

Essential information

• GWL Skatepark Corp. is a registered 501(c)(3) charity comprised of a team of local professionals who have the knowledge, passion and strategy to raise the necessary funds to build a professional skatepark in the village of Greenwood Lake.

• For information regarding the concert, contact Colleen O’Brien (Dale’s classmate) at 845-544-4920 or via email: obrieneicolldan@gmail.com:

• For information regarding the GWL Skatepark, contact Jonathan Sismey at 845-328-0200 or via email: jonathan@rwwcompany.com.

• For additional information, visit www.gwlskatepark.com.


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