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Cleveland Community's Generosity Makes Disc Golf Course Possible

After months of planning and hard work by many volunteers the Disc Golf Course was dedicated at Cleveland Elementary and NEW Montessori School on Monday, October 19th The various representatives from the organizations who donated to the project gathered at school to get a look at the completed Disc Golf Course and be on hand for the dedication ceremony. Through the generosity and hard work of these individuals and organizations this project was made possible.

John Ader was the course designer and instrumental in not only designing and installing the course but also assisted in getting funding for the project. Ader is also a member of the Sheboygan Jaycees

The Sheboygan Jaycees donated $400 to the project; Jackie Quasuis, Sheboygan Jaycees President, represented her group at the dedication ceremony.

Dennis Sommer built the baskets by hand to help keep the total cost down for the project.

The Village of Cleveland President, Cindy Huhn, was present for the ceremony. The Village donated $180 toward the course.

Sheila Schetter, representing the PTA, was also instrumental in securing funding and installing the course. Schetter wrote and received a grant of $500 from Shape up Wisconsin Kids and along with the grant the school PTA also donated $180 to the project.

Julie Mirecki the director of marketing and college relations for Lakeshore Technical College was in attendance. Lakeshore Technical College also donated $180.00 to the disc golf course.

Several students read thank you cards to the donors in attendance.

Donors, pictured left to right - Julie Mirecki, John Ader,
Jackie Quasuis, Dennis Sommer, Cindy Huhn and Sheila Schetter
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
October 28, 2009