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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Phase 1: Build a track and a synthetic surface athletic field.
    • Phase 2: Build a multipurpose building.
    • It is time to move forward with Phase 1.
  • 3. 400 Meter Eight Lane Regulation Track
    • Accommodates all track and field venues
      • Shot put
      • Long jump
      • High jump
      • Pole vault
      • Discus
    • Includes a six foot wide walking track
    • Positions Borgia to host home track and field events
    • Enables Borgia to host district and regional events
  • 4. Track & Field Discus
  • 5. Multi-purpose Athletic Field
    • Accommodates
      • Football
      • Soccer (206 feet wide)
      • Marching Knights
      • Cheerleaders
      • Physical Education Classes
      • Future: Lacrosse and Field Hockey?
    • Requires Minimal Maintenance
    • Virtually Eliminates Rain Postponements
  • 6.  
  • 7. Press Box
    • Multi-media Press Box on second floor
    • Storage Facility for track & field equipment on first floor
  • 8. Press Box
  • 9. Press Box
  • 10. Other Enhancements
    • Designated handicap parking spaces
    • Designated handicap seating area
    • Renovation and movement of current bleachers
    • Courtyard adjacent to the concession stand
    • Wall of Fame recognizing outstanding athletes and individuals
    • Recognition walkway acknowledging our contributors
    • Through street to KC lower parking lot
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. Naming Opportunities
    • $250,000 Borgia Athletic Complex
    • $150,000 Turf Athletic Field
    • $100,000 8 Lane Track
    • $75,000 Press Box
    • $50,000 Pavilion
    • $25,000 Handicapped Parking Area
    • Your name here
  • 14. Timeline
    • Early January Kickoff
    • Solicitation phase January – March ‘10
    • Construction site preparation April – June ‘10
    • Installation of Track & Turf June-August ’10
    • Start of Fall Sport Season – Mid August ‘10
  • 15.
    • This will accommodate over 235 athletes (track & field, football, and boys/girls soccer, cheerleading), 30-50 band students, and 260 plus PE students each year. It can easily be seen that our students, and the greater Borgia community, will benefit from this needed revitalization of our campus.
  • 16. Special Thanks
    • Campaign Co-Chairs
      • Arnold Sallaberry
      • Robert Vossbrink
    • Advancement Office
    • Our Many Volunteers and Contributors
  • 17. Immediate Results