By: John Lullo Posted: January 28, 2019
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On the two freezing days after Christmas, business members and Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council (MVSC) volunteers began construction of the new bath house at the White Sulphur Springs Ranch site (WSSR) in Clio. The bath house is part of an overall restoration effort at WSSR and a major component of the planned community ADA swimming facility that will accommodate all users, including children and the disabled.
Businesses from Redding, Reno, Quincy and Clio all contributed the necessary building materials and labor to raise the new bath house. General contractor, Taylor Carr, owner of Artifex Homes in Clio donated the construction crew. Dave Little with Sierra Pacific Industries in Quincy donated the framing lumber and their Redding Division provided the windows. Andrew Cross, general manager of the Truckee-Tahoe Lumber Company in Truckee donated all the paneling, roof sheathing and hardware.
The MVSC depends on the generosity of community businesses and individuals to achieve the goal of renovation of the historic Mohawk Valley site. Businesses as far away as Reno also helped. Western Nevada Supply, Reno Truss, DHC Supplies and Titan Construction Supply were all major contributors. The complete list of companies that contributed to the project are listed below.
Things are happening that locals and visitors alike can see from Highway 89 in the Mohawk Valley. If you are already a member, Thank you. If you are interested in becoming a member of the MVSC, select one of the green buttons to the right.
Photos by Linda Cooley
The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council
Community Partners Raising the Bathhouse
A Big Thank You to Gumba's Family Pizza for hosting our first Gumba's Community Fundraiser, September 26, 2018, to raise the bathhouse. Thank you Matt and Elizabeth for being such wonderful community supporters. The picture below shows the staff that night at the fundraiser, however, two important people were not able to make it in the picture, Chefs Mike Gallup and Allen Crandall.
Help us build a Community Swimming Pool at White Sulphur Springs Ranch
Be a part of helping to restore historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch. If you are a business owner, see how you can support your community and at the same time promote your business by becoming a Business Member and networking on our website.