We raised about $1500 profit and well over 300 people attended.
People from all ages and backgrounds came to help and eat all in support of Cloquet's future skatepark!
Special thanks goes out to the VFW and JJ from Family Tradition of Cloquet for donating their time and services! Also, thanks to Frandsen Bank and Trust for donating syrup and butter.
Here's list of people and businesses who donated to the silent auction:
Gary and bonnie Anderson
Jen and Nick Nemmers
And last but not least, Thanks to all of the people who volunteered at the breakfast! Your efforts are appreciated and we're psyched to keep doing these fundraisers to say the least.
Have fun ya'll
Macguire, Hunter, And Michelle Bubacz doin their thing
Just a few of the groms that were present reppin for the cause
(from left to right) Kaden Lindvall, Brady Doran and Riley
JJ from Family Tradition. Thanks for Makin' cakes the WHOLE time!
Bill Howes of Mofunna Skateboards manned the dishwasher. Mad props!
Come one come all to the third skatepark webinar we will be having with spohn ranch skateparks. At the last webinar, we discussed how we can make the design of our new park better. Though our crowd was small, we had a lot of good suggestions. One suggestion we all agreed on is that the bowl should be deeper. The webinar will be held at Cloquet City Hall on November 5th at 5pm. There will be signs to follow into the conference room where it will be held. We will be presented with the final design (for now) and will discuss further fundraising methods. Hope to see some of you there!
P.S. the Address of said event is listed at the bottom of this post
Spohn Ranch Skateparks just created our preliminary design for the Cloquet Skate Plaza! It's about 14,000 square feet altogether. Phase 1 is about $100,000 and our deadline is July 2012 for these funds. If you have any thoughts on this design please share your thoughts!