Michigan Veteran Homes at Grand Rapids to Dismantle Hebe Fountain as Next Step in Restoration Effort


October 27, 2021


Michael Kroll [email protected] Cell phone: 517-285-9734

Michigan Veteran Homes in Grand Rapids are dismantling the lifting well as the next step in the restoration effort

LANSING, Michigan – As part of ongoing restoration work on the historic Lift Well, Michigan Veteran Homes in Grand Rapids has scheduled its dismantling, which will begin on October 28, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. on the home’s campus at Monroe Avenue NE 3000 , Big rapids.

Robinson Iron, who specializes in architectural metalworking and has the ornamental shape for the fountain, will oversee the dismantling and restoration of the fountain. Luke Robinson, Robinson Iron’s sales director and grandson of the company’s founder, will be available to answer questions about the history and process of restoring the fountain.

Michigan Veteran Homes in Grand Rapids recently announced the Hebe Fountain Restoration Campaign to secure 100% of the $ 120,000 for a full restoration through Veterans Day on November 11, 2021. To donate to the campaign, you can send a check payable to Michigan Veteran Homes at Grand Rapids, 3000 Monroe Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505. Or, visit https://www.michigan.gov/mvh, click Go to Support MVH, followed by Donate, then Donate Online and select Michigan Veteran Homes in Grand Rapids as your donation option.

The media are asked to contact Michael Kroll at [email protected] to arrange an interview or an on-site visit. B-roll recordings and pictures of the lifting well are available for download at https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWVwXx5

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