“With the addition of the Bertram Park project in Monticello, our progress seems to be traveling down I94 to more supportive communities!”
“Bertram is an important site for the soccer club and all of wright county.
As many of you know the City of Monticello is planning on building a Sports complex at the Bertram Chain of Lakes site. This is a very much needed facility for the advancement of soccer in Monticello. There is a meeting tonight at 6 pm that will discuss the park and details around the development of the park. The soccer club STRONGLY supports this park and would like to have some of its members there to show support for the park. We are sure there will be attendance by those that dont support the county and cities efforts at developing this park, so we would like to make sure there are people there that also support the park. Below are the details of the meeting. We know everyone is extremely busy but if you are able to take an hour or so out of your busy schedule to attend and show support for the park the soccer club would greatly appreciate it. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can attend, the more that attend the better the chance that this park development will continue.
Wright County Park Board to Discuss Bertram Park on May 13th
On Monday, May 13th at 6:00 PM, the Wright County Park Board will be reviewing the costs, development plans and public input process for the Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park.
This is an important meeting for the park, as it is an oportunity to respond to questions from the community on the costs and timeline associated with the park.
Friends can show their continued support for the park by attending the meeting. A positive showing by the Friends will make a big statement.
Wright County Goernment Center, Board Room
At least our kids have a new hang-out spot…
Otsego Little League
“I think a new sports center out that way would be great! As you may know, we are currently running a Youth Box Lacrosse League with over 900 kids participating, and this could be a good location for us to host some games…Let me know how we can help in moving your project forward.”
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“The Edge” Teen Center could offer supervised drop-in recreation to any local teen during our daily operational hours. Drop-in activities could include the use of our game room featuring pool tables, ping pong tables, foosball, arcade games, Big Screen Plasma TV with movie nights or video gaming. Teens could just meet and socialize. Vending machines would provide beverages and snacks. There could be Sponsored Open Gym, Challenge Wall and Bating Cages times. We could also offer a computer lab open and staffed by a volunteer during designated hours.
Let’ Hear Your Ideas!!!
TOPSoccer is a community-based soccer program that is designed to meet the needs of people ages eight and older with physical and/or mental disabilities including but not limited to: A.D.D., Autism, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Blind, Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Seizure Disorder and Spinal bifida. The program is geared toward player development rather than to competition. Athletes are placed on teams according to ability NOT by age. If you have a question about your athlete and whether this program fits their needs, contact the NW site coordinator Nan Martin at 763-300-2307 or email at TOPSoccerNW@gmail.com
We have looked at what you have included and like what you are doing for the youth and the information provided on the site. Our Fantastic Sams Salon in Rogers supports this…contact me for future activities.
Thanks John Rauenhorst
Fantastic Sams Rogers
(Tell them that the Rogers Sports Center sent you!)
The MN Axmen team was founded in 2013 by Tom Dawson and Roger Derham as a way for players to continue playing the game of soccer into adulthood.
The Axmen team will play in the Minnesota Recreational Soccer League (MRSL) and is open to all male players ages 18+.