Wesley Belisle’s parents to donate new playground in New Hampshire

A memorial on the beach for Wesley Belisle, a 4-year-old New Hampshire boy swept away by waves in April 2018. [Kari Pugh photo]

The parents of Wesley Belisle, the 4-year-old who died after being swept away by a wave during a family vacation in Kitty Hawk last year, want to honor their son by donating a new playground to the New Hampshire elementary school he would have attended as a kindergartner this fall.

Read more details from The New Hampshire Union Leader:

Parents of boy swept out to sea look to donate new Manchester playground

The Wesley’s Way Foundation, established in June 2018, adopted a bench and a little red mailbox in his honor at Dowdy Park in Nags Head earlier this year.

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Bench, little red mailbox honor Wesley Belisle at Dowdy Park

2 Comments

  1. This was a tragic story. I know the parents will never get over their loss, but it’s good that they are doing this. My thoughts are with them.

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