Ice rink upgrades to take shape April 28

Warming house building will be moved from Tower Drive to new site in Stoney Creek Park
By 
KERRY LYNCH
Ozaukee Press Correspondent

Improvements to Fredonia’s Stoney Creek Park ice rink will begin to take shape Saturday, April 28, when a building that will become a warming house will be moved from Tower Drive to the park.

The former Nextel building was donated to the village for the warming house project, which is being spearheaded by Eagle Scout candidate Mason Thill.

Thill raised money to pay West Bend Crane to load and unload the 54,000-pound structure onto a flatbed trailer.

Weyker Excavating of Saukville is donating its services to move the building just more than a mile to the park. 

Traffic will not be diverted during the move, Thill said.

Once the building is in its new location, Thill will convert it into a warming house for the ice rink. He plans to remove an HVAC unit and install a window.

Thill will also add benches and shelving inside.  

The project is to be completed by the end of June.

After completion of the project, Thill is required to submit a project report to the Scout council for review.

Following council approval, the report will also be submitted to the Eagle Scout Board of Review for approval.

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