Members of the Muskego Warriors Youth Baseball club got the approval on Monday night from the Parks and Recreation board to enhance their fundraising efforts with a brick sale, with the hope that the $15,000 it could raise will help pay for the fencing of the field.
The group will sell 100 bricks, at a cost of $150 each to place right behind the backstop bleachers of the full size field next to the sledding hill. With the purchase of a brick you can have your choice of message on it.
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Jim Prusinski, member of the Warriors, said, "The bricks will be figured prominently in some sort of pattern where the people can see them without searching all over the park; maybe the shape of a homeplate or, if we get enough, an infield."
The Warriors have taken on much of the funding for the large field, and fencing of the field is expected to happen before the end of November.
The sale will be ongoing until December 1, so include this in your holiday gift-giving, but don't wait too long. Order forms and further information can be found on the Warriors website, www.muskegowarriors.org