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Sowing Seeds.

Building Community.

At Minick Materials we are blessed to be able to work with non-profit organizations as they coordinate groups, events, and projects that serve the community. 
From builds that enhance and beautify our local area, to projects that sow into values and create resources for the next generation - we are honored to give with cheerful hearts, and an overflowing expression of thanks. 

Eagle Scouts at Hefner Trails 

OKC Eagle Scout, Billy Vega was inspired to install a park bench as one of several mountain bike trail features for his Eagle Scouts Project. The Eagle Scouts Project is meant to give the scouts an opportunity to show leadership, and use organized planning and development skills

Billy chose this as his project because "it makes a great addition to the area and helps serve as an anchor to create a place for the Bluff Creek community to gather and connect, while participating in a healthy family-friendly activity." He says he "can't wait to see how this will provide a gathering place for both new and veteran riders to learn and practice their skills."

Coordinated By: Billy Vega 

Installation By: Minick Materials

Products Provided: Limestone Block

Riverwood Elementary "Kindness Garden"

Students at Riverwood Elementary School were encouraged to choose a rock to paint and plant in their kindness garden".

Pre-K teacher Ms. Haney says the students love watering the garden daily so that their kindness will grow, and  doing so "has become a daily positive behavior incentive" for them. 

Coordinated By: Amanda Haney

Installation By: Riverwood Elementary Students

Products Provided: Clean River Rock 2-4"

Mustang Creek Elementary

"You Belong" Garden 

The Students at Mustang Creek also participated in painting their own rocks to be added to their school's You Belong garden.

Each class started with a uniform color background, then each student made their rock special with their own unique design. What a beautiful way to encourage their individuality, while still nurturing a sense of togetherness among their peers.

Coordinated By: Jamie Legget

Installation By: Mustang Creek Elementary Students

Products Provided: Clean River Rock 2-4"

Pivot Tiny Homes  

20 new tiny homes were constructed for Pivot Inc. to provide safe and secure temporary homes for youths in need of a place to live.

Pivot is a non-profit organization that works with youth and provides clean beds, food, counselling, tutoring and more. 

"Hard work, hours, and love have been poured into these homes".

Coordinated by: Pivot Inc. 

Installation by: Smith & Pickel Const. 

Products Provided : Black Eagle Chips

Norman Eagle Scouts Sensory Garden

For his Eagle Scouts sensory garden project at Dimensions Academy in Norman, Matthew chose to build a labyrinth around the 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 grounding technique, a method designed to manage acute stress and reduce anxiety, involving identifying 5 things you can see, 4 things you can touch, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste.

It’s something Hutchison says he knows will leave a lasting mark on the school.

Coordinated by: Matthew Hutchison

Installation by: Matthew Hutchison and friends

Products Provided :Sand and Gravel