Hackettstown Football Booster Club holds brick fundraiser for Morrison Field improvements

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – The Hackettstown Football Booster Club with approval from the Hackettstown Board of Education is very excited to announce the replacement of the main gate(s) at the entrance to Morrison Field.

Provided they sell enough bricks, they’ll construct a second matching set of gates at the Bells Lane entrance on the opposite side of Morrison Field.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to participate in such a wonderful community project. All brick pavers sold will be placed at Morrison Field creating a patio effect for future generations to visit and enjoy.

This is the first brick paver program in the 140+ year history of the high school.  They’re excited to embark on such an ambitious project with so many local people involved.

The Hackettstown Board of Education and the Hackettstown Football Booster Club want everyone to know that this brick paver program is for everyone.  Whether you are currently in school as a student or a graduate, former player of any sport or club of the school.  Even if you are not from Hackettstown but wanted to purchase a brick on behalf of a family member whom has since passed leaving a personal mark.

The bricks will be on-sale from now until March 31, 2018, with construction commencing just after graduation in June 2018.  Please don’t wait till the last minute because once we reach our goal that will be it!  Locally, we already know there is strong support for the pavers and there will not be a second or third run of bricks in future years.  This is the only opportunity to be a supportive part of this wonderful community project.

Finally, the funds from the sale of the bricks are being held with the Hackettstown Football Booster Club which is a not-for-profit 501c3 foundation, so your contribution through purchasing the brick is tax deductible.

We are thrilled to offer our Hackettstown community and alumni from all around the world this unique opportunity to stay connected to Hackettstown High School.

For questions, email HHStigers100@gmail.com or visit the fundraising website.

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By: Jay Edwards Follow on Twitter | Like on Facebook