Posts Tagged ‘ FACILITY ’

  • Future Progeny Park Floor Plans

    Posted on December 2, 2009

    Here’s a look into the future. This is the second revision of the design. You can almost visualize walking through the front door and smelling the hardwood. You can click on the photos to see a larger view. We like the feel of the Oregon facilities for the interior. Indirect light and natural light…shining through […]

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  • Progeny Visit to Pittsburgh

    Posted on December 1, 2009

    Last week we visited Bill Strickland and the Manchester Bidwell Corporation in Pittsburgh. He is an amazing guy and MBC is an amazing place. During one fast and furious 3 hour session we learned more than we did all year. We talked about everything under the sun…tutoring ratios, academic testing standards, fund raising, corporate sponsors, […]

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  • Progeny Visits Bill Strickland

    Posted on November 16, 2009

    Next week we are headed to Pittsburgh to visit Bill Strickland and the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. Part of Bill’s philosophy is to build amazing environments to program kids for success. After a 6.5 million dollar capital campaign he opened a 62,000 square foot arts and career training center. It includes a world class ceramics studio, […]

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  • Stealing Hoosiers

    Posted on October 28, 2009

    “Good artists copy, great artists steal”. -Picasso We are now working with the construction planners and architects to design what the Progeny Center will look like (you will be able to see the floor plans and elevations at the team banquet on November 4). Since we want the facility to be a work of art…part […]

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  • Late Night at the Park

    Posted on June 9, 2009

    Last night we had a great workout. Dustin Coffman from IU strength and conditioning was in working with the kids. He walked us through some manual resistance training that was made famous by the Penn State football program. We had some great coaches versus players pickup games. It was a good time. It’s nights like […]

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