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Cultural Legacy Capital Request To the Minnesota House March 1, 2011. Construction hours by trade. Sitework 1280 hours Carpentry1280 hours Masonry1120 hours Structural Steel 480 hours Mechanical 960 hours Electrical 960 hours. Where will the money come from?.

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Cultural legacy capital request to the minnesota house march 1 2011

Cultural Legacy Capital Request

To the Minnesota House

March 1, 2011


Construction hours by trade

Construction hours by trade

  • Sitework1280 hours

  • Carpentry1280 hours

  • Masonry1120 hours

  • Structural Steel 480 hours

  • Mechanical 960 hours

  • Electrical 960 hours


Where will the money come from

Where will the money come from?

  • State Arts and Cultural Legacy Support$1,500,000

  • Foundation support$ 500,000

  • Corporate and business support$ 275,000

  • Special events/fundraisers$ 250,000

  • Individual donations$2,250,000


Cultural legacy capital request to the minnesota house march 1 2011

“My vision is to create a place where all area families have an opportunity to explore, learn and have fun together. It is not just our responsibility, it is our privilege, to contribute to future generations by supporting the new Duluth Children’s Museum.”

— Patty Cartier, Capital Campaign Chair


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