Tink Larson and Minnesota Twins President Dave St. Peter share their thoughts at last Wednesday’s groundbreaking ceremony. This video was produced by the Minnesota Twins and appears on their Facebook page.
The sky was cloudy with rain on the horizon last Wednesday in Waseca, Minnesota, as officials gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony, but the future of Tink Larson Field has never been brighter.
Gold shovels scooped the first piles of dirt on May 11th for the new Essentia Health St. Joseph’s Baxter Clinic expansion project. WSN is providing architecture; landscape architecture; civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering services. The project is expected to be complete in spring 2018.
The first phase of this new church facility includes the fellowship hall, dining room and kitchen, nursery, sitting areas, and Sunday school wing. A future expansion will add the assembly room, which is currently accommodated in the Sunday school wing. Comfortable chairs, home-like finishes, and a stone fireplace offer a welcoming lounge area for relaxing or engaging in conversation between services. The dining room and kitchen serve as the social heart of the facility, where members share food and fellowship each week.