By Paul Hovik
January 24, 2011
The weight area could stay, as could perhaps the warm-down pool for seniors and tots (suspend a lower ceiling and vent the moisture). A grandstand could be provided, separating the weight lifting area from the soccer pitch.
Multi-purposes could include field hockey, baseball practice, golf putting, frisbee, etc.
But Ketchikan Youth Soccer League services many hundreds of kids, who are constantly competing for gym space. This would solve that. Go Soccer!!
About: "32 year resident, former KYSL Board Member and Coach, father of three soccer players, avid futboler"
Received January 22, 2010 - Published January 24, 2011
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