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Author Archives: jesse
Luke B uncovered what is thought to be the original Rad Ramp from the Turf. It was a craislist find in a farm outside of Milwaukee. His intentions are to bring it back to life, much like ours with the original … Continue reading
I guess It can be done. Sounds crazy, but these cats in Montreal made it happen. Is this a possibility to save some of the Turf if we can’t keep the original site??? We have some amazing resources here in … Continue reading
The Pearl Jam concert fan fundraiser in Lake Geneva WI on September 2nd, 2011 with Wishlist Foundation being the sponsor chose Save the Turf Foundation as one of the seven beneficiaries. They, along with the efforts of the other volunteers … Continue reading
Mark Weastherstone from Alberta, Canada was kind enough to donate the proceeds raised from this auction of an old school Ray Bones complete towards the Save The Turf Foundation. Thanks a ton, Mark! Bid hard and bid high people…a sweet … Continue reading
The Greenfield Patch put us down on a very short list of projects that would enhance the overall city and make it a better place. Agreed! http://greenfield.patch.com/articles/how-would-you-make-greenfield-better
A new article posted by the Greenfield Patch that discusses some of the Mayor’s thoughts on the Turf site. Check it out: What Happens to the Turf Remains to be Seen
Yes it’s true. It felt like a Goonie’s adventure as we unfolded the original construction blueprints of our precious pools…..along with a few alternate designs. The alternate designs are mind-blowing. Imagine the lipside gully and the footie bowl as one … Continue reading
A little reminder for all to see as they come up the ramp on Loomis in front of the Turf…..
Here is a copy of the response we got from the Wisconsin Historical Society regarding obtaining a National Registry. A bummer to say the least. It appears they’re concerned that the building that housed the pools no longer exists. Beyond that, … Continue reading