P&R NEWS 4/27/20
Good morning!! I hope you are all staying well.
1. Ballfields Update:
Landing Field: the little field is ready for use, other than giving time after rain to let it dry out.
The Little League Field at the Big Ballfield: this field is also ready for use. There are softer spots in the outfield in places after rains.
The Big Diamond. The infield on the big diamond is still a work in progress. The mound is soft and the infield will need to be dragged and raked again before it is in good shape. If you are looking for dry spaces, center field over to right field on the big diamond is the best area. Once we get another dry spell, the stakes will be removed and the field rolled.
The good news is the stakes and tape kept the geese off all winter! The bad news is the deer could care less. : / But, the further good news is the winter's accumulation of deer poop has been removed!
Please check infield surfaces before going on them after we have precipitation. Thank you for your considerate use of the fields and thank you for observing physical distancing while you are exercising.
2. Tennis courts - the tennis courts are open for play at this time. Please observe physical distancing guidelines for the courts when you play.
Collins Park in Port Clyde - the new swings have been installed at the playground. We want to get off to a good start with this facility this year and we thank you in advance for your respectful use of the equipment there.
Stay safe and stay positive. We will get through this! Take care!
BEN VAIL, P&R DIRECTOR
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