Another "Game Changer" for Loveland Athletics
Loveland, Ohio - Jeff Williams, President of the Loveland Athletic Boosters announced at Tuesday's Board of Education meeting that the school district will receive their largest gift ever, a $575,000 addition to Loveland High School - The Loveland Health and Fitness Center.
Fund raising has begun, construction will begin in August, and the competition date, according to Williams is December of this year. Occupancy will be the start of the 2nd school semester - January 2013. Phase 2 which includes updating and increasing equipment will be ongoing throughout the 2012-13 school year.
This LOVELAND MAGAZINE HD VIDEO is Williams presentation at the school board meeting, and Superintendent Dr. John Marschhausen's remarks thanking the booster organization.
The Booster previously funded the artificial turf field at Tiger Stadium at a cost $550,000.
The center will be constructed on the north end of the high school, a 6,500 square foot facility. It is estimated, over 700 athletes use the current weight room facility which was built over 12 years ago and is less then 2,500 sq. feet. The facility will be used by all girl and boys athletic teams and school day fitness classes
The boosters will be making more announcements in coming days, letting the community know about special fund raising events and opportunities to contribute.
Loveland Magazine has become an early supporter of the The Loveland Health and Fitness Center construction and fund raising campaign by providing Still Photo and Video Production for the campaign - both on location, and at the Loveland Magazine TV Studios.