Removing a fence

Bryan Arnold, director of Racine Unified School District Buildings and Grounds, teaches student Jake Passahl how to take down an old fence at the first “Let’s Fix This Together” community day at Case High School. A second community day is set for Saturday, Oct. 14.

MOUNT PLEASANT — Racine Unified School District Buildings and Grounds have partnered up with Case Baseball-Building a Winning Culture Committee on getting Case High School’s baseball field safe and practicable for the upcoming 2018 season.

On Saturday, Oct. 14, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., they are hosting a second community “Let’s Fix This Together” day at Case High School. Volunteers and RUSD Buildings & Grounds will be repairing fencing, painting, laying gravel on the warning tracks, fixing up the infield and cleaning dugouts.

If enough volunteers come out, the Case Baseball team will no longer need to practice off-site, in the cafeteria or on the tennis courts.

For those wanting to help:

Bring work gloves.

All ages are welcome, as long as they don’t need to be supervised and are willing to work hard.

A liability waiver will need to be to signed when you check in.

If you are a student who needs volunteer hours, bring your sheet for us to sign.

For more information, search for “CaseBaseball” on Facebook or email CaseBaseballBWC@gmail.com.

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