Miracle Field

I want to thank everyone who helped my company reach our $35,000 goal which allowed the Miracle Field in Woodbury to be built.  It total we actually raised over $60,000.  The extra money went towards additional supplies for the athletes and field.  The field is located just west of East Ridge High School.

Ground Breaking

This picture was taken at the Ground Breaking on August 8, 2011 at the Beilenberg Sports Center in Woodbury.  All of these individuals were directly involved with the contrsuction of the Miracle Field.

Pictured from left to right are: father of Miracle League player and son, mother of Miracle League player and son, Keven Thoresen (founder of Miracle League), DJ Troje (Troje’s Trash), Adam Hanson (field is named in honor of his father), Ryan Warner (Warner’s Outdoor Solutions), Charlie Wilson (project manager for field), Al Heneman (Woodbury Rotary), Cork Wicker (Woodbury Rotary), Mary Giuliani Stephens (mayor of Woodbury), Father of Miracle League Player, Miracle League athletes.

Event Day Picture

This picture was taken at our Miracle Field Fundraising Event on September 11th.  These individuals were direclty responsible for raising the remaining $35,000 needed to build the field.

Pictured from left to right, in back row, is Ryan Warner (Warner’s Outdoor Solutions), Wade Hanson (Wade Hanson Enterprises),  Bill Reinco (Woodbury Rotary), DJ Troje (Troje’s Trash), Tony Huot (Finishing Touch Plus), Bryan Nelson (Prime Mortgage – Dave Hill Team).  Front row, left to right, Mark Hargis (AXA Advisors), Bill Dougherty (Finishing Touch Plus).

Boy Scouts

Below is a letter from a boy scout who asked Warner’s Outdoor Solutions for a favor.  As part of his Eagle Scout project, he needed a post hole digger.  Warner’s was glad to pay the rental fee at the local rental store to allow this scout to reach the Eagle Scout status.  The Eagle Scout expressed his gratitude in the following letter:

Mr. Warner,

Less than 2% of boys who join Boy Scouts will become Eagle Scouts.  In over 100 years of the Boy Scouts of America, only 2 million boys have reached this pinnacle.  I would like to thank you for your tremendous help in me reaching this prestigious rank.  You helped me put six years of scouting experience together to complete my project.  Oddly enough, the post hole diggers were the last thing I needed.  This part of the project was holding up the progress.  I want to thank you again in donating the post hole diggers.  I can’t thank you enough.

Patrick O’Hare

Helping someone in need

Warner’s Outdoor Solutions was approached by a family where the husband had been injured in an accident at work and was unable to make the house they just purchased livabe.  Ryan Warner met with the family and saw the house and what it needed.  Warner’s decided to assist by renting a dumpster, loaning an enclosed trailer, paying for plumbing and purchasing building materials.  As a result, the family was able to move back into their home.  Below is a letter showing their gratitude:

Thank you so much for making the home improvements happen for my family.  Blessings to you and your family.