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Greeley, Stampede partner in Buckle Club project

The Greeley Stampede and the city of Greeley have partnered to build a new facility in Island Grove Regional Park called the Buckle Club. Residents, organizations and businesses can support the capital improvement project by donating through a plaque program.

The Buckle Club plaque program offers three donation levels: $500 (4-inch-by-2-inch size), $1,000 (9-inch-by-3-inch size) and $5,000 (14-inche-by-6-inch size), donations for which will feature the donor's name or designated text on a plaque.

The plaques will be a part of a larger 32-inch-by-15-inch plaques that will be displayed on the north side of the Buckle Club for the life of the building, according to a news release. Each plaque can have up to three lines of engraving with a maximum of 15 characters and spaces per line.

Space, however, is limited. The deadline to order is 10 a.m. May 6. Call (970) 356-7787, go to the Stampede office from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday at 600 N. 14th Ave., in Greeley, or order online at http://www.greeleystampede.org/p/bcplaque. Full payment must be submitted with the order form.

The Buckle Club, expected to be completed in mid-June, is a 5,000-plus-square-foot building that will feature ADA compliant restrooms including two family restrooms, two multi-use concession stands and a 1,500-square-foot banquet room with a covered patio. This new facility will replace the existing outdated, round restrooms located in the middle of park.

Go to http://www.GreeleyStampede.org/p/buckleclubproject for more information or to donate to the Buckle Club Project.

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Go to http://www.GreeleyStampede.org/p/buckleclubproject for more information or to donate to the Buckle Club Project.