WJAA, community renovate local ball field
WILTON – Good things are taking place in Wilton during these challenging times.
With schools closed and the spring sports seasons delayed, it presented a great opportunity for the WJAA to make the most out of this situation.
With the support of local residents and businesses, the WJAA was able to rebuild the “old” t-ball field located at Florence Rideout Elementary School, 18 Tremont St., Wilton.
The field looks amazing, officials said, as they invited residents to drive by and take a look. The kids will be excited and proud to have a beautiful new field to enjoy for many years to come, officials added. The WJAA is thankful for the support and donations that made the project possible, and would like to recognize the following residents and businesses for their donations/contributions:
• Chris Carter – Carter’s Tractor Works, 603-554-5562.
• Jim Quinn – Quinn Brothers Quarry, 603-654-9400.
• Brian Smith – N.H. Hydroseeding, 603-554-5424.
• Brian Adams – Wilton Highway Garage, 603-654-6602.
• Dan Nelson – WJAA volunteer.
The WJAA is a nonprofit organization that has been providing youth sports programs to both Wilton and Lyndeborough for more than 40 years. WJAA was founded in the 1970s with a goal to provide all youth in the community the opportunity to participate in recreational sports.
WJAA is supported by registration fees, community donations and sponsorship from local businesses. Volunteerism is an integral part of WJAA.
For additional information regarding the Wilton-Lyndeborough Junior Athletic Association, email email@example.com, visit https://www.facebook.com/WiltonLyndeboroughJuniorAthleticAssociation/) or mail WJAA, P.O. Box 147, Wilton, NH 03086.