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“Since the project began, numerous people have stopped by with work gloves in hand just because they ’love the 4 Bar 4.’ While we have been blessed with several large donations and grants, most of our donations come from people who simply tell us they have loved these buildings all their lives and they want to be a part of saving this.” - Ronda Paschal, Board President

 

A special thanks to our generous GRANT MAKERS AND IN-KIND donors

who HELPED MAKE this project possible. 

GRANT FUNDING:

The Sprout Foundation $5,000

History Colorado State Historical Fund $200,000

The Town of Winter Park $1,000

The Peter Grant Fund for Colorado of the National Trust for Historic Preservation $5,000

The El Polmar Foundation $2,500

The Grand Foundation $5,000

The Gates Family Foundation $15,000

The Fraser Valley Lions Club $5,000

The Peter Grant Fund for Colorado of the National Trust for Historic Preservation $5,000

History Colorado State Historical Fund $22,192

In-kind support:

Grand County Commissioners - waived fees
Conroy Excavating - excavation equipment
Leonard Peeling - log donation
Mountain Parks Concrete - Concrete for foundation piers, re-bar bending & cutting equipment
Alpine Lumber - discounted building materials
Peak Materials - foundation concrete
Andy Murphy of Murphy’s Cattle Company - excavation of foundation
Kyle Wehmeyer of Twin Peaks Construction - heavy equipment operator
High Country Soils - geotechnical consulting Flintstone Gravel and Trucking - donated and delivered a truckload of gravel Frank Kenefake - scaffolding Fraser Crane - set trusses The Roofing Company - metal roofing Stagecoach Meadows homeowners - log donations