Soccer Complex Groundbreaking Gives Glimpse Into the Future
Racine Journal Times (By Lindsay Bullock) – The Prairie School is breaking ground today on a new soccer field complex that will cost $1.2 million and will replace the school’s grass soccer field with a safer artificial turf field, according to Chris Fusco, Prairie’s director of development.
The new soccer field complex is being completely funded by donations. It will be located where the school’s current grass soccer field is now, just north of Prairie’s school building at 4050 Lighthouse Drive, Fusco said.
The soccer field is being updated so it is safer for students and so it can handle more use, Fusco said.
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