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Clark Field Renovation, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Clark Field Renovation, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Clark Field Fundraising Campaign Gets Nod of Approval

A $2,000,000 fundraising campaign to save Clark Field is set to get underway. Friends of Clark Field spokeswoman Ruth Kaczor says they've received letters of support from the city of St. Cloud and the school district to move forward with the project.

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The Friends of Clark Field gather to take a group photo on the site. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
The Friends of Clark Field gather to take a group photo on the site. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Friends of Clark Field Would like to Re-open Clark Field this Fall [AUDIO]

The spokesperson for Friends of Clark Field, Ruth Kaczor was my guest on WJON today. Ruth told me that the goal of their group is reach their fundraising goal of $675,000 for both phase 1 and phase 2 by June 1 to renovate Clark Field.

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The proposed Clark Field Renovations. This shows what it might look like after the first two phases of the project. (Photo: Miller Architects and Builders)
The proposed Clark Field Renovations. This shows what it might look like after the first two phases of the project. (Photo: Miller Architects and Builders)
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Friends of Clark Field Gearing Up to Start Fundraising for Renovation Project

The Friends of Clark Field group is gearing up to start fundraising for a proposed $675,000 renovation project for the site. The school board discussed the renovation project during their Thursday night meeting, after Superintendent Willie Jett met with St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis and Friends of Clark Field leader Ruth Kaczor.

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The proposed Clark Field Renovations. This shows what it might look like after the first two phases of the project. (Photo: Miller Architects and Builders)
The proposed Clark Field Renovations. This shows what it might look like after the first two phases of the project. (Photo: Miller Architects and Builders)
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Proposed Renovation Plan for Clark Field Unveiled

New renovation designs and a fundraising plan with the goal of bringing varsity sports back to Clark Field were revealed Thursday morning. Members present from the District 742 school board remain on the fence with the plan.

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Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
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Friends of Clark Field Hope Varsity Sports Will Return to Site

With the news that District 742 would maintain Clark Field last week, the Friends of Clark Field group is now exploring options to restore the field for varsity sports. The original proposal to build a $26 million early childhood education, community education, media services and district administration facility on the site has been reconsidered by the district.

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The Friends of Clark Field gather to take a group photo on the site. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
The Friends of Clark Field gather to take a group photo on the site. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Ruth Kaczor Talks About Plans for Clark Field [AUDIO]

The spokes person for the group "Friends of Clark Field", Ruth Kaczor joined me on WJON today. She talked about the stopped demolition of Clark Field and the hope to find a more permanent spot for the District 742 Early Childhood program.

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"Tech Superfan" Mike Dombrovski speaking during a community gathering. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
"Tech Superfan" Mike Dombrovski speaking during a community gathering. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Top 10 of 2015: #6 Community Members Fight to Save Clark Field

After the St. Cloud area school district developed a plan in the spring/summer to tear down Clark Field and put in a $25 million building on the site for early childhood and other programs, many in the community were frustrated and upset with the decision.

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