If you have been out to the stadium recently, you might have noticed a few changes. The new color is probably the first thing you noticed, followed by the upgraded press box and the re-boarded visitor bleachers. Then you saw the freshly painted concession stand, softball and baseball dugouts, and their respective press boxes. All structures looking good for the new sports seasons this school year. But how did it all happen?
Volunteers sacrificed their time and clean clothes to improve our school. Over 25 people came out over the summer to give the existing structures a new paint job. One man who went above and beyond was Thomas Broome. In the heat of summer, he pressure washed the entire stadium and other structures, and did A LOT of the painting himself. He might not have wanted any praise, but he is going to get it! Thank you Thomas for all your hard work. It did not go unnoticed, and we are so glad to have you on our team!
The press box structure was in need of an upgrade as well. Mitch Summerell handled the construction of our new press box which includes easy-care vinyl siding, rolling metal doors, ceiling fans and a new roof. Thank you for your work!
Sherwood Recreation also handled re-boarding the visitor bleachers. We are sure the visitors will be happy about that!
We will need more volunteers in the future for other projects. Stay connected by checking in with the Booster Club on how you can help.