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Currie Park, Minneapolis, Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board. Twin Cities Daily Planet.

2010 Hennepin Youth Sports Program Awards

Facility

 Applications Summary

Bloomington Public Schools

  • $200,000
  • Kennedy and Jefferson High Schools
  • New synthetic turf for two high school stadiums

Crystal

  • $76,220
  • Forest School Park
  • Convert ball field to multi-purpose field

Crystal

  • $43,523
  • Crystal American Little League Baseball Fields
  • New sod for two fields, one scoreboard, foul poles for three fields, replace fencing and bleachers, irrigation repairs

Eden Prairie

  • $110,000
  • Miller Park
  • Covered benches, batting cages, pitching stations, and scoreboards for eight ball fields

Edina

  • $60,000
  • Walnut Ridge and Pamela Parks
  • Replacing two outdoor hockey rink board systems and lighting

Edina Public Schools

  • $60,000
  • Cornelia Elementary School
  • Playground

Golden Valley

  • $400,000
  • Honeywell Park
  • Two new baseball fields and improvements

Minneapolis

  • $118,500
  • El Colegio Charter School
  • New soccer field, half-court basketball, two garden areas and an outdoor classroom / theater

Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

  • $295,000
  • Currie Park
  • New synthetic turf field and practice space

Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

  • $80,500
  • Pershing Park
  • Remove one infield, re-grade and irrigate multi-purpose field

Robbinsdale Area School District

  • $334,250
  • Robbinsdale Middle School
  • Lighted synthetic turf multi-purpose field and gym improvements

Rogers

  • $135,000
  • North Community Park
  • One new field, lighting another field, new drain tile, retention and irrigation

St. Louis Park

  • $200,000
  • Rotary Northside Park
  • Renovating three baseball fields and improvements

Shorewood

  • $104,200
  • Manor Park
  • Shelter and playground

Spring Park

  • $102,829
  • Thor Thompson Park
  • Renovating baseball field