George W. Borg Memorial Field prior to construction (April 2012). The stadium first opened 50 years ago, in 1962.
Construction begins at Borg Memorial Field.
Booster Club volunters and Lowe's staff members installed the new landscaping features on Friday, July 27, 2012.
New landscaping outside the stadium was installed by Booster Club volunteers and Lowe's staff members from the Delavan store. Lowe's donated the plants.
New plantings and pavers at the main entrance to the stadium. Lowe's donated the plants and the pavers, and a staffer designed the area.
A new wheelchair ramp leads from the main parking lot down to the stadium entrance. Previously, wheelchairs had to go down the grass or down the long sidewalk that leads to the school.
The ticket windows were moved to the outside wall of the stadium building, giving more space for the concession staffers.
New fencing around the entry way makes for a much larger space.
New fencing around the stadium not only looks better, it's a safety enhancement, too.
Once gravel areas between the bleachers are now concrete, perfect for fans who use wheelchairs.
New water fountains await thirsty fans.
A brick wall that once stood here was removed, giving better view of the field and track.
The landscaping in front of the stadium building will be added to in the future with donations from Lowe's.
A new scoreboard dominates the south endzone and is a highlight to the renovated "Comet Country."
New concrete slabs were poured in multiple areas of the stadium.
George W. Borg Memorial Field memorial plaque PRE re-construction.