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We need your help

Spooner's Railroad Park is going to be an incredible asset to the City of Spooner. We hope that you'll join us and donate to the project to see it come to fruition. It will take years of hard work, but in the long run, it will be beyond worth the work. We hope that this becomes a place for community members and visitors to spend time and appreciate the rich railroad history of our area.

Yard Master ($5000+)

  • Thompson Family
  • George A. & Pam McLellan Petry III
  • Spooner Business Improvement District
  • Spooner High School Class of 1966
  • Elkhorn Trailhead LLC
  • Spooner/Trego Lions Club

Conductor ($1000-$4999)

  • George J. Petry, Jr.
  • Terri Reiter & Fred Kosmach
  • Staves Family
  • Patricia J Swan in memory and honor of Paul "Edward" Wetzel
  • Schmitz's Economart

Engineer ($250-$999)

  • David Aardappel
  • George & Dorothy Dumontier
  • Robert & Wendy Elliott
  • George L. Petry, Sr.
  • Terri Lynn Sabby
  • Gene Wisner
  • The Menkol Family
  • Spooner Funeral Home
  • Pat Kytola
  • Progressive Environmental Services
  • Connie Salquist "Memorial in Memory of Del Salquist"
  • Thrivent Choice Dollars Grant Fund
  • Anonymous Donation
  • United Way Committee, Nexen Group, Inc.

Gandy Dancer (<$250)

  • Ernest R. Moll, Jr. & Lois B. Moll
  • Mr. James Lindberg
  • Martin Fair
  • Chuck Okonek & Beverly Stencel in memory & honor of Del Salquist
  • Amy Costello in memory of Del Salquist
  • Joseph & Marianna Menkol
  • Anonymous In Memory of Uncle Del
  • Charles & Peggy Ann Busch in memory of Del Salquist

In-Kind Donations

  • Michael & Mabi Plisky; 1000 Model Railroader magazines
  • Ken Staves, Brad Patchin, Del Salquist; hours of time, resources, and construction on the Spooner Scale: Del Salquist Memorial Weigh Station
  • Railroad Memories Museum, Tim Belter; Del Salquist memorial sign
  • Del Salquist; posts for Roundhouse Historic sign
  • Greg Vreeland; picnic tables and railroad ties for the Park 
  • AJ Salquist; Del's railroad ties to the Park for use in landscaping
  • Julie Hustvet in honor & memory of Kenneth Hustvet
  • Fred Kosmach & Ken Staves for resources and hours spent on staining the pavilion, especially Ken!
  • The City crew under David Olson, for all their work on various projects at the Park

Yard Master ($5000+)

  • Thompson Family
  • George A. & Pam McLellan Petry III
  • Spooner Business Improvement District
  • Spooner High School Class of 1966
  • Elkhorn Trailhead LLC
  • Spooner/Trego Lions Club

Conductor ($1000-$4999)

  • George J. Petry, Jr.
  • Terri Reiter & Fred Kosmach
  • Staves Family
  • Patricia J Swan in memory and honor of Paul "Edward" Wetzel
  • Schmitz's Economart

Engineer ($250-$999)

  • David Aardappel
  • George & Dorothy Dumontier
  • Robert & Wendy Elliott
  • George L. Petry, Sr.
  • Terri Lynn Sabby
  • Gene Wisner
  • The Menkol Family
  • Spooner Funeral Home
  • Pat Kytola
  • Progressive Environmental Services
  • Connie Salquist "Memorial in Memory of Del Salquist"
  • Thrivent Choice Dollars Grant Fund
  • Anonymous Donation
  • United Way Committee, Nexen Group, Inc.

Gandy Dancer (<$250)

  • Ernest R. Moll, Jr. & Lois B. Moll
  • Mr. James Lindberg
  • Martin Fair
  • Chuck Okonek & Beverly Stencel in memory & honor of Del Salquist
  • Amy Costello in memory of Del Salquist
  • Joseph & Marianna Menkol
  • Anonymous In Memory of Uncle Del
  • Charles & Peggy Ann Busch in memory of Del Salquist

In-Kind Donations

  • Michael & Mabi Plisky; 1000 Model Railroader magazines
  • Ken Staves, Brad Patchin, Del Salquist; hours of time, resources, and construction on the Spooner Scale: Del Salquist Memorial Weigh Station
  • Railroad Memories Museum, Tim Belter; Del Salquist memorial sign
  • Del Salquist; posts for Roundhouse Historic sign
  • Greg Vreeland; picnic tables and railroad ties for the Park 
  • AJ Salquist; Del's railroad ties to the Park for use in landscaping
  • Julie Hustvet in honor & memory of Kenneth Hustvet
  • Fred Kosmach & Ken Staves for resources and hours spent on staining the pavilion, especially Ken!
  • The City crew under David Olson, for all their work on various projects at the Park