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Community Skatepark Meeting

 

September 7, 2022



On Friday, Sept. 9, at 5:30 p.m., the Glasgow, MT Skatepark committee, a continuation of the Hi-Line Grind Sk8park Committee, will hold a meeting in Toodie’s Cafe, located in the Elk’s Lodge. The meeting will be an opportunity for parents, young people and interested individuals to discuss new goals for the skatepark and share ideas. After the meeting everyone is invited to go to the skatepark for a community skate night.

The Hi-Line Grind Sk8park began in 2004 with a group of young people, their parents and other interested adults. Through donations, grants, and cooperation with the city and county, our skatepark was built. It is time for renovations and updates to the skatepark, and perhaps some bigger dreams for the future.

Over the last 20 years, major funding has gone into skateparks for Montana. The Missoula-based Montana Skatepark Association has helped build 27 skateparks across the state, including those in Wolf Point and Malta. Our goal is to work with this and other organizations to make our skatepark a recreation destination and renew local interest in skateboarding and other wheeled activities.

Meeting will be led by Tess Fahlgren, Nicholas Holom and Clark Moorman, GHS class of 2009. We would like to invite everyone to attend, especially young people, parents, and anyone who has or once had an interest in skateboarding, inline skating or scooters.

 

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