For the last couple years funding for a school course in NKC school district has been under way at 106 and N Antioch. This is a 35-40k project with all the construction required and the 8K raised could of never funded what we have accomplished thus far. I have not posted much about the progress of this course but i have to give a shout out to Messengers Lawn Care. They have been involved from the beginning and have donated heavy machinery countless times along with skilled drivers whenever we rent a deforester or whenever we need dirt work. A couple months ago they brought out a battalion of workers with chain saws, a skid, and a chipper. Today, Messengers donated even more mass labor. There were 25 workers out today with 5 dedicated professional chainsaw workers, a tractor and brush hog, a stump grinder, a dumb truck, a skid, a chipper, and 18 laborers who were pulling debris to the mulcher and stacking wood. Messengers has donated thousands of dollars to this project and their crew worked really hard today. This crew came in today and cleaned house and put us much closer to getting the deforester back in to concentrate on grinding out stumps instead of cleaning and clearing anymore. So if you live in Kansas/Missouri(near Kansas border) and have a lawn care provider, please consider Messengers for your lawn care needs. Please support Messengers, Gail the owner, will not disappoint. Messengers is responsible for making disc golf better in KC and Fox Hill will not disappoint.
Projected opening date will be May 2012.
Other notable groups donating time and money
Damon Pursell Construction
Platte City Bobcat for discounted Deforester fees
Discs Unlimited for discounted DB5 baskets