Despite the Cold Weather, Miniature Golf Renovations are Underway

DSC_3497Thanks to your generous support on #GivingTuesday and in December and January, the renovation to the miniature golf course is in progress.

Lakeside has hired Adventure Golf Service, a company from Traverse City, Mich. that specializes in miniature golf courses, for the renovation.

Despite the cold weather and snow, the crew is scrapping and removing the green material from the course. The material has already been removed from the first eight holes. They have also removed all of the wooden bumpers at each hole.

To view progress pictures of the renovation, visit our Facebook page.

There is still time to donate to this special tradition. Give a gift online today or to make a donation by phone, call (419) 798-5396.

When you return to Lakeside this summer with your family, you can tell the story about how the community came together generously to help make the miniature golf renovation possible. To celebrate this special accomplishment, join us on Saturday, June 20 for the Miniature Golf Dedication Service.

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