August 15, 2003 at 11:38 a.m.
The project took six months to complete. It racked up a total of 346 volunteer hours and involved many people. The total cost of the project was $618.76. The money for the project came through donations made by Chisago Lakes area businesses.
Special thanks go out to the following businesses and individuals for their donations to the project, and their assistance: A PRO Pool & Spa, Brink’s, Bunkie’s Bar and Grill, Carlson Brothers Motor Inc., Chisago Lakes Video Vault, Chisago/Scandia Realty (Muske Company) Bob Warnke, Chisago True Value Hardware, County Chauffeurs, Dee’s Bake Shoppe, Doug’s TV & Appliances, Giese Carpet-Larry Giese, Holmquist Advance Chiropractic-Dr. Lonnie Holmquist, Joe’s Pizza and Deli, Lakes Area Chiropractic Clinic-Dr. Kimberly Johnson, Lakes Area Copy Shop, Lakes Dental Clinic-Dr. Daniel Pink DDS, Lindstrom Drug, Lindstrom Hardware, Northwoods Chiropractic-Dr. Steve and Carrie Zvonar, Northwoods Salon, Old Towne Chiropractic-Dr. Timothy D. Johnson, Old Towne Hair, Out-N-About Paging & Cellular, Quality Mobility Equipment, Swedish Inn, Thomas Hallberg, Investment Representative (Edwards Jones), Trapper’s Family Restaurant, John Pechman-Chisago City Administrator, Jon Haven-Scout Master, Leanne Roggemann-Committee Chairman, Boy Scout Troup 127, Bryan Loesch, Randy and Tonia Deyo.
And, Scout Perez says, thanks to my parents, Robert and Lily Perez, for all their time, motivation and confidence in me.