ICE IS IN. Sports enrollment is 168 ice figure skaters, and 134 hockey players.
GREENWAY RECREATIONAL ICE FISHING TOURNAMENT. Plans are underway; download the announcement HERE or click image to enlarge.
LEVY INCREASE 2015 Property taxes within the GJRA area are slated to increase $1.70 per $100,000 of property valuation. The budget for the current fiscal year, August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015 is $395,750 of which $252,350 is levied property taxes.
BEEFY LAWSON MEMORIAL'S DONATION A large gas grill for the future concession stand at Greenway Sports Complex was purchased with funds donated by the Beefy Lawson Memorial Fund.
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GJRA business news is on the Association page.
We offer youth sports: summer ball programs, basketball, football, hockey, and ice figure skating.
We advise and support organizations committed to youth sports, such as ~
Greenway Amateur Hockey Association
Itasca Ski and Outing Club
Itasca Synchronized Swimming Club
Greenway Volleyball Booster Club
Emerald Ice Figure Skating Club
Greenway Youth Baseball Boosters
We are developing a sports complex in Bovey that includes the CW3 Phil Windorski Field, and the Jen Guyer Field.
We own and manage Hodgins-Berardo Arena.
We provide a fitness center at the arena for public usage, ages 14 and up.
We employ a full-time director and an assistant, and have an office at the arena open weekdays from 8 am to 4:30 pm.
We prioritize what is best for the kids.
We are Greenway Joint Recreation Association: ten government entities within the Greenway School District (ISD 316) working together to provide quality youth sports and sports facilities. GJRA has levying authority to fund both goals. The government entities are Bovey, Calumet, Coleraine, Greenway, LaPrairie, Lawrence Lake, Marble, Nashwauk (twp), Taconite, and Trout Lake. The association board meets every third Monday, 7 pm, at Hodgins-Berardo Arena.
We are the “Home of the Raiders” and rent the arena to ISD #316 for high school sports programs.