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Greeley, Stampede partner in Buckle Club project

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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 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 This new facility will replace the existing outdated, round restrooms located in the middle of park.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 for more information or to donate to the Buckle Club Project.

-Staff reports

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