IN MEMORY OF GARY
PENMAN 'KING OF SEELEY'
50 people participated
in the Klister Klassic. Pete Caron groomed the time trial trail, Penman Trail,
The Gary "Gordy" Penman Fund was established January 1, 2009, as a tribute to Gary, who passed away from cancer. Gary was a pioneer in the development of the Seeley, Wisconsin community and area. The Fund is supported through donations and sales of the "Penman Pin." The Fund will support community growth and development.
The mission of the the Penman Fund is to provide grants for activities and programs that support sustainable community growth and development for the Seeley, WI Area.
Grants will be awarded for programs and activities that:
WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS AND PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS.
OUR FUNDRAISERS INCLUDE THE SALE OF THE PENMAN PIN & FITNESS EVENTS.
THE PENMAN PIN
Gary "Gordy" Penman was a master builder, skier, environmentalist, and community leader. Gary's great work was made possible, literally and figuratively, by his bulldozer, which cleared the way for the homes, ski trails and the establishment of a diverse community. This bulldozer symbolizes Gary and his trailblazing attitude which reminds us that with determined effort we can clear a path to success.
Please contact Jay Tapper for more information regarding The Gary Penman Fund
Contributions may be mailed to: The Penman Fund c/o 5978 N. Pike Lake Rd, Duluth MN 55811