Over the past 100 years, family owned Miron Construction has devoted their time and energy to building excellence in the communities their employees live and work. They did just that this spring here in Bloomer, where multiple employees from their Eau Claire office call home. The Bloomer High School Track and Field team was in need of extra storage space for their equipment. With help from Andrew Daniels and his team in Eau Claire, Miron Construction generously donated a storage crate to the track team to aid in storing pole vault and high jump mats. This crate and another existing matching one, will ensure safe, reliable equipment for the track and field athletes for years to come. Miron Construction demonstrated again their commitment to helping out their local communities. On behalf of the Bloomer High School Track and Field team, we thank them for their generosity. Pictured, left to right, are Amber Benitz, Dave Keating, Cassie Edge, Andrew Daniels, Lon Wilson, Julie Koehler, Garrett Sarauer, Carla Favilla, Nick Schumacher, and Jason Steinmentz.

Track & Field Storage Crates

The newly donated storage crate joined the existing crate, left side of photo, near the track behind the Bloomer Middle School.