Posts tagged: Dean Haagenson
Terry Lee hopes to have his “American Worker” sculpture ready for the foundry by the time he holds an open house at his new studio on May 22. Lee was hired in March by Dean Haagenson, CEO of Contractors Northwest, Inc., to sculpt the $50,000 statue titled “American Worker,” and he hopes to have the bronze ready for McEuen Park by July or August. “It is usually a three-month process once it gets to the foundry, so I want to be done with it by May 22,” Lee said on Monday, adding the clay and foam sculpture will be on public display at an open house he is planning at his new studio on that date. “The public is welcome.” Haagenson commissioned the piece of art and plans to donate it to the city of Coeur d'Alene to be located in McEuen Park, which his firm is in the process of constructing/Jeff Selle, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here. (Coeur d'Alene Press photo by Shawn Gust: Terry Lee uses a chisel to shape the wax-based clay used to construct the 6-foot-6-inch working man)
Question: Are you pleased with this selection for McEuen Park, honoring the “American Worker”?
In his race for the open Trustee Seat C on the North Idaho College Board of Trustees, Ron Nilson of Ground Force has raised $8001 an loaned himself $4539. Nilson filed his 7-day, pre-election campaign finance report with the county clerk's office ahead of today's 5 o'clock deadline. In the latest reporting period, Nilson raised $1950, including $500 donations from Greg Gervais and David Bobbit. To date, Nilson has spent $6787. Nilson spent $1805 with Reagan Republican president Ron Lahr's Strategery Group during this reporting period. The Coeur d'Alene Tribe donated $1000 to Nilson during the last reporting period. You can read his latest campaign finance statement here and here. Dean Haageson, who is also running for the seat being vacated by Trustee Ron Vieselmeyer, hasn't turned in his campaign finance statement yet. Others in the race who have turned in their reports include: Vickie Ambrosetti here, Gary Coffman here, James Ruch here, and Fritz Widenhoff here.
DFO: Incumbents Judy Meyer and Mic Armon have turned in their reports. But there opponents haven't. I'll post those reports here when they're all in.