Located In:
Itasca County between the cities of Hibbing &
Grand Rapids

Population:
1,000

Recreation:
Miskovich-Morrow Ball Park; VFW Memorial Park & picnic area; Mike Peluso Outdoor Skating Rink; Swan Lake Country Club 9-hole golf course; Swan Lake public boat landing & fishing dock; groomed trails by the Greenway Snowmobile Club; Mesabi Bike Trail connecting
Ely to Grand Rapids

Former Home to:
Mike Peluso

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In the Midst of Northern Minnesota's Iron Range
"The Town That Never Was"

 

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Pengilly Booster Club
Box 262
Pengilly, MN  55775
218-885-1908 (office phone & fax)
Officers:
Gary Rutherford, President
Terry Vangen, 1st Vice President
Joan Oja, 2nd Vice President
Diane Rutherford, Treasurer
Gayle Cline, Secretary
Community Center
The Pengilly Booster Club meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. and welcomes all residents of Pengilly.  To become a member, the cost is $5.00.  New officers are elected every year.  Please join and help us continue to serve the Pengilly Community.

Pengilly Community Center Use
The Community Center is used on a daily basis and is available at no charge for all Pengilly organizations.  It is available for rent for wedding receptions, showers, birthday parties, etc.  To inquire about renting the Community Center, please call the Booster Club at 218-885-1908.

BINGO
Bingo is held 3 nights a week (Sunday, Wednesday, Friday) and starts at 5:30 p.m.; progressive pots for all 3 nights that reach $1199.
Pull-Tabs
The Booster Club sells pull-tabs at Dozer's in Pengilly and at Hannibal's in Marble.

History
The Pengilly Booster Club was formed in 1989 by a group of Pengilly citizens who saw the need to have an organization to fund the operation of the Pengilly Community Center.  The first officers of the group were Don Burns, Jean Blaine, Jean Adair Badavinac, and Helen Burns.  The Booster Club became a 501c3 non-profit organization in 1991.  In 1996 the Booster Club became a charitable gambling operation with the funds used for the operation of the Community Center, Ball Park, and to support youth programs.  To date, approximately $500,000 has been donated back to the community.

Mission
The club's mission is to maintain the Community Center, Ball Park, VFW Memorial Park, and to promote Pengilly along with all its residents.

 
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