Dave Foresman reported that Kacie's Cause is working with the Anson Nixon Park board of directors to plan a contemplation garden within the park boundaries in memory of the children we have lost to drug overdoses. The concept for the contemplation garden came from Andy Rumford's use of Kacie's favorite tree at their home, a weeping cherry tree, as his contemplation location. It gives him a place where he can quietly heal himself by thinking about his loss and how he can help others avoid the pain he has suffered. The park board has approved the concept and the West Chester chapter of Kacie's Cause has already raised $1,000 toward its cost.