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Nicolet National Bank in Eagle River to match Save the Dome donations made throughout September
EAGLE RIVER - The Eagle River Ice Arena Save the Dome project makes strides each month.

The ERRA has raised almost $250,000 for crucial rink upgrades. 

Throughout the month of September, any donations made to the project will be matched by a local bank.

Nicolet National Bank in Eagle River pledged to match up to $25,000 in contributions.

Vice President Larry Snedden said the project has been in the works for months.

He hopes this fundraising push will lead to many others.

"It's important for businesses that make money off of things around to give back when they have the ability and those things that strike their heart. This is just one that strikes ours and we are able to step up in this case," Snedden said. 

Individual and business donations will be matched.

All of the money raised will go towards funding Phase One of the renovations which is underway right now.

The entire floor, piping, benches and boards are being replaced.

The project is still scheduled to be done just in time for hockey season in November. 

For more information on how to donate, visit the link below.


Story By: Mazie Vincent


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