BRC is proud to have helped the Beltrami Neighborhood Council with the construction of the new timber frame picnic pavilion at Beltrami Park. BRC Shop Manager Matt Yarbrough was kind enough to volunteer his time to operate a forklift and help with the construction of the pavilion.
In addition to BRC, this unique addition to the park was made possible through an extensive roster of project contributors:
- US Bank Places to Play program, which awarded the Beltrami Neighborhood Council a $27,000 grant for the project.
- Beltrami Neighborhood Council (BNC), which organized a series of public meetings that identified a picnic shelter as a top priority at Beltrami Park, successfully applied for the Places to Play grant and contributed a $25,000 match from its Neighborhood Priority Plan funding.
- The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, which contributed $8,000 in District 1 Commissioner funds and helped the BNC develop the concept, identify potential funding sources and secure partners for the project.
- Clark Bremer, a Northeast Minneapolis resident and member of the Timber Framers Guild. Bremer is donating his time and expertise to construct the pavilion.
- Spark-Y, a local non-profit providing staff and interns to assist Bremer. Spark-Y helped build a previous timber frame construction project at Edison High School in Northeast Minneapolis.
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