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Meet some of the Graeser Park Beehivers.

If you support saving this historic park, you’re one of the Graeser Park Beehivers.

It will take a village to restore Lilac Way’s historical 1939 Graeser Park in Robbinsdale, MN.

It features one of only two beehive fireplaces left in the U.S., and the only one in its original location. It’s a national treasure that  desperately needs to be restored.

Who are the Graeser Park Beehivers?

Would you like to see Graeser Park restored? Then you are a Graeser Park Beehiver.

This group of passionate and enthusiastic volunteers has one goal—to raise community awareness and funding to preserve and restore Graeser Park.

How can I become a Graeser Park Beehiver?

Help us raise awareness.

These groups encourage the City of Robbinsdale to save—and restore—Graeser Park.

MnDOT has started the title transfer process. When complete, Graeser Park will be owned by the City of Robbinsdale.

We support a community effort to save this park, so it can once again be a vital part of Robbinsdale.

Key Organizations

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Robbinsdale Lions Club
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Robbinsdale Historical Society
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Graeser Park Restoration & Preservation
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Restore Lilac Way by Laukkonen Design

Key Individuals

Carol Ahlgren

Architectural Historian

Kent Brun

Robbinsdale Lions Club,
Graeser Park Restoration & Preservation

Renee Buchanan

Robbinsdale Lions Club

Kristi Gibson

Robbinsdale Historical Society

David Krussow

Robbinsdale Historical Society

Karen Laukkonen

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Paula Mazzacano

President, Graeser Park Restoration and Preservation

Jeannine ‘Niner’ McDonald

Robbinsdale Lions Club

Diane Jacobson McGee

Robbinsdale Historical Society

Mark Mueske

Bridge Office, Construction Liaison at MnDOT

Colleen Patterson

Robbinsdale Lions Club,
Graeser Park Restoration & Preservation
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John Zieba

Robbinsdale Lions Club,
Graeser Park Restoration & Preservation