The closing of Whalom Park on Rt. 13 in Lunenburg Massachusetts saddens many people in the community. For 108 years generations went to the amusement park for old-time non-commercial fun. Families could go for the day and unwind from the long work week, while couples once went there for roller skating and dancing. Whalom was never a Disney World or Six Flags, but that's what made it home for so many.
Employees who worked there felt like they were at home away from home; now all the community has to look forward to are possible townhouses. People are upset that there is no place for families, children or people of all ages.
Portions of the community want to get involved but don't know how. Some think that Whalom Park is too far gone. However, there are many people with a small shimmer of hope, and united in the right way they could make Whalom Park shine again. A local man, Scott A. Lanciani has developed a plan for the community to get involved. Through a public ownership, called the Whalom Park Ownership Program, People can invest in the park by purchasing shares. This would be a way to win back the people in the surrounding communites; Everyone can and would be heard. Local people would own the park. Local people would run the park - A true family environment!
This community based program involves buying investment shares, and owning a piece of the park. This is not a donation program. We are a for-profit organization. All shares are voting shares, and all share holders will receive season passes to the park for as long as they own their shares. Help bring back beloved Whalom Park, for generations of today and tomorrow to enjoy!!!
If you have any questions or comments or would like more information on this program, please contact Scott A. Lanciani at (978) 697- 0289 or send us an email: whalompark at gmail dot com
'The New Whalom Park Ownership Program,LLC' : Keeping the memory of Whalom Park alive!