Along the Shore
DULUTH—On March 3, Mayor Don Ness, Loll Designs, the Minnesota Power Foundation and Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) announced Loll Designs’ donation of $30,000 and Minnesota Power Foundation’s donation of $35,000 to the Duluth Traverse. A project of COGGS
GRAND MARAIS—Area residents can now conveniently recycle old and unwanted paint during store hours at Buck’s Hardware Hank in Grand Marais.
There is no charge for dropping off paint. Funding for the statewide paint recycling program is supported by a nominal fee on newly
LUTSEN—At Superior National Golf Course, they’re just waiting for the grass to grow. Last fall, contractor MidAmerica Golf and Landscape, Inc. completed Phase 1 of a $4.5 million renovation project, the River Nine. Grass seeding took place last fall and new Ohio white
DULUTH—It’s amazing what an old door, recycled paint, and a few pieces of lumber can do for a community.
For a week of service, students from Northwestern College in Iowa worked with the Coldwater Foundation, a leadership development organization based out of Grand