2013-07-18 / Outdoors

It’s grillin’ time



Cooking at the Lindsley Frenette Park recently became easier with the addition of two new surface mount pedestal grills. A grant from the Schoolcraft County Community Foundation in the amount of $500 was recently awarded for the purchase of one of the grills. The other was purchased with monies from the Lindsley Frenette Park Fund managed by Schoolcraft County Parks and Recreation. The cement slab surrounding the grills was funded by the Schoolcraft County Parks Paper Recycling Program, which is processed through the recycling program sponsored by FutureMark Manistique. Pictured from left to right are County Commissioner Al Grimm, Steve Videtich, County Commissioner Jerry Zellar, Schoolcraft County Community Foundation President Dean Wood and Guerda Frenette. 
Pioneer Tribune photo Cooking at the Lindsley Frenette Park recently became easier with the addition of two new surface mount pedestal grills. A grant from the Schoolcraft County Community Foundation in the amount of $500 was recently awarded for the purchase of one of the grills. The other was purchased with monies from the Lindsley Frenette Park Fund managed by Schoolcraft County Parks and Recreation. The cement slab surrounding the grills was funded by the Schoolcraft County Parks Paper Recycling Program, which is processed through the recycling program sponsored by FutureMark Manistique. Pictured from left to right are County Commissioner Al Grimm, Steve Videtich, County Commissioner Jerry Zellar, Schoolcraft County Community Foundation President Dean Wood and Guerda Frenette. Pioneer Tribune photo

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