Clemente DIY is a non-profit organization that was founded withÂ fullyÂ donatedÂ resources ofÂ graytone. In 2013, the city of Grand Rapids granted use of a neglectedÂ set of tennis courts in the existing Roberto Clemente park and we began it all withÂ a “Do It Yourself” attitude with a scattered collection of wooden skate ramps that hasÂ evolved over time into a community built, maintained, and funded concrete skatepark that has supported and grown the local skateboardÂ scene exponentially. Over the years, our non-profit organization has successfully helped in the planning and building of twoÂ smaller scaleÂ skateparks within the city limits, legalized skateboarding in the streets, and coordinated eventsÂ that included everything from fundraisers and skate comps to introduction to skateboarding and concrete construction for local youth. The end goal of this non-profitÂ continues to beÂ fundraising and assistingÂ in the planning for a large scale professionally built park within the downtown city limits. The current logo was designed based on theÂ focal skate featureÂ in the park, a bump to fire hydrant, utilizing the hydrant’s form as the “T” in Clemente. The following imagery documents someÂ of the timeline of this skatepark process, including graphics and posters from past events, and future plans.