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Engravable paver bricks available for Crosslake memorial garden

It's not too late to take advantage of a gift-giving opportunity of engravable paver bricks for the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens (LUMG), a partner project between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association that...

It's not too late to take advantage of a gift-giving opportunity of engravable paver bricks for the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens (LUMG), a partner project between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association that has been taking shape over the past two summers.

Located along the south side of the entrance to the Crosslake Campground and Recreational Area, the LUMG will see future development continue in the same welcoming and attractive style that has already pleased residents and visitors.

One of those developments is the upcoming paver paths, scheduled for spring installation. As a part of that, people have an opportunity to purchase one or more engraved paver bricks at a suggested minimum donation of $60 per brick. Messages of one or two lines can honor, memorialize, celebrate or highlight something or someone, or an organization or business.

The engraved bricks will become a permanent part of the garden's paver paths.

For more information about the engravable paver opportunity or the LUMG in general, or to place an order, contact the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association at paulbunyanscenicbyway.org/contact_us or call Lynn Scharenbroich at 218-543-4714 or Corrine Hodapp at 651-290-5790.

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Pavers can be purchased anytime throughout the year. To learn more about the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens, visit paulbunyanscenicbyway.org/news-category/linda-ulland-memorial-gardens.

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