Local businessman and owner of Spartan Adventure Park, Everett Stagg, presented a check in the amount of $382,802 to Arete Scholars. The Arete Scholars program exists to help under-resourced children reach their highest potential through educational opportunity. Arete Scholars will award over 80 scholarships from the funds that have been donated by Spartan Adventure Park specifically to help the students in the local communities of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
“Spartan Adventure Park is thrilled to help provide scholarships to local students. These young adults
are our future, and we are proud to support their dreams, education, and career opportunities,” Stagg said. “Spartan Adventure Park will always do our part to support our community and help our future leaders excel.”
Spartan Adventure Park is the area’s largest and newest adventure park, featuring a trampoline park, ninja course, zip line, warped climbing walls, exciting Virtual Reality rides that are similar to those found in Orlando, PGA golf simulators, and the area’s largest skybox birthday party rooms. Located on Louisville Avenue next to Picadilly in Monroe, Louisiana, Spartan Adventure Park offers fun and excitement for the whole family.