The town hosted a ribbon cutting for their new pavilion on Oct. 21. Left to right: Kremmling Public Works Director Dillon Willson; Town Mayor Grover Pryor; community member Bob Dell (who helped create the original pavilion), Town trustees Guy Bakke, Doug Prewitt and Jim Miller; Kremmling Design Group members Michele Mierzykowski and Larry Gross; contractor Brandon Batchelder of A+ Construction, who helped build the new pavilion.
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On Oct. 21, the Town of Kremmling and Kremmling Design Group unveiled their new pavilion with a ribbon cutting. Michele Mierzykowski of the Kremmling Design Group expressed her appreciation for residents who helped make the pavilion possible.
“Thanks to all those who were able to find a way to donate and contribute your time and resources. Had not any of that happened, along with the town’s support, this wouldn’t have gotten built,” she said.
The new pavilion was ready just in time for the Town Square Scare Halloween celebration on Oct. 21. Meg Soyars/Sky-Hi News
The new pavilion is a proud representation of Kremmling’s western architecture, designed and built by community members. This includes members of the Design Group, Brandon Batchelder of A+ Construction, Colorado River Ranch Gravel Pit, Brenner Concrete and Aguirre Concrete, plus sponsorship and donations from numerous local organizations and individuals.
Kremmling’s old pavilion was in dire need of repair. After town staff made a goal to replace the pavilion, the Kremmling Design Group and other community members stepped up to build something the town could be proud of. Meg Soyars/Sky-Hi News