President Bob Johnson removed the plaque from the shed at Maplewood as he promised the Podgorski family he would five years ago. CGYBS is forever grateful to Ben for his amazing Eagle Scout project which served the organization for 19 years.
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Summary: Phases 1, 2, & 2.25
Cary Junior High
Algonquin Road Schoolhouse
A representative from Conserv inspected the fields. Properly grading the infields was the first step in enhancing field drainage. The second step involved firming the playing surfaces. Following the Conserv representative’s advice should improve the firmness of all playing surfaces while enhancing field drainage.
These improvements would not have been possible without the hard work of Treasurer Barb Saylor, Travel Director Greg Case, Scott Smith and our field crew, and members of Aspen Landscape and Nursery.
More to Come
Planning for Phases 2.75 and 3.0 are currently underway. More work to do, more improvements to come in 2023!
CGYBS families - A few reminders on various policies that apply to our facilities.
No Pets allowed on School District Property (Maplewood and Cary Jr High). Please observe this rule so that we may continue to have access to our fields.
No Smoking allowed at CGYBS games.
Parking. Please limit car parking to designated spots in our lots or on the streets.
Thank you !
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With the recent uptick in COVID cases, we want to remind everyone of current isolation and quarantine protocols.
Quarantine is required for anyone exposed to someone with COVID for five days if the exposed person is not up-to-date on his or her COVID vaccination.
Isolation is required for anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID or for anyone who tests positive for COVID. Isolation can end five days after symptoms provided the person has been fever-free for 24 hours. Continued symptoms require a longer isolation period. Isolation is required for five days beginning with the date of positive test (day zero) if a person does not develop symptoms.
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