Park preserve update
Tony Hawke volunteered his time and machinery to raze the house and helped Carl and Carlo Lantz and Dana Rima clean up the demolition site.
The fill was leveled and top soil was brought in to plant the lawn this fall.
The hiking trail is complete around Silver Lake. The boardwalk was constructed on the east end of the property by Carl and Carlo Lantz and Dana Rima.
The public is invited to start the trail either on the east end on Silver Lake Road or by the wayside at Silver Lake.
The quilt raffle tickets for "Dora's Meadow" queen-size quilt can be purchased at the Scandi C-Store, Silver Lake Lanes, Scandinavia Public Library, and First National Bank-Iola, from the committee members of Friends of Jorgan's Park Preserve or the ladies that donated the quilt - The Norske Needlers Quilt Guild.
Tickets are $5 each or three for $10.
The winner of the quilt will be drawn at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Scandinavia Municipal Building.
The next meeting of the Friends of Jorgan's Park Preserve will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, at the Scandinavia Municipal Building.
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