MINSTER — The Minster Civic Association met at The Wooden Shoe, Tuesday, March 27.
Following a social hour and dinner, Leon Mertz spoke about an adaptive boat launch ramp he hopes to install at Lake Loramie to make it possible for handicapped individuals to enjoy kayaking on the lake. A brief video was presented. The members agreed to consider supporting the project and will make a decision at the next meeting.
Tim Buschur gave an update on the Tri-Star 2.0 expansion project. He said that many more students are taking advantage of the Tri-Star program and that the program adapts continuously to meet the needs of local students and employers.
Don Harrod, Minster village administrator, reported on several projects the village is working on. The 5th Street paving project may be completed very soon if the weather allows.
Brenda Boeke, Minster Schools superintendent, said that bids for the school’s remodeling project will be reviewed soon.
The members of the Civic Association voted to donate $5,000 to the Minster Historical Society to help with its expansion project.