Score it a success: The new indoor soccer field at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street kicked off to a great start, with a good number of participants having enjoyed the facility this winter, according to Town of Webb Recreation Director, Jason Perkins.
Perkins was on hand at the Town Board’s June 10th meeting to report on the facility’s season, and his gratification with the attendance and the number of leagues that assembled. Continue reading →
The Town Board, having approved the measure on Monday, February 3, has begun installment of an indoor soccer facility at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street.
Volunteer turf installers, clockwise from front, Jason Perkins, Tim Barkauskas, Pablo Garcia, Steve Uzdavinis, Austin Down, and Leif Frymire. Photos by Gina Greco
Jason Perkins, Town of Webb Recreation director, said as of now, providing everything goes as planned, the field will be up and running and available for use next week.
A number of volunteers have helped all week long, having laid down more than half the turf and hung two of the six sections of netting. Continue reading →
Jason Perkins, Director of the Town of Webb Recreation Department, offered a proposal to the Town Board on Monday, January 20th, regarding the installment of an indoor sports facility at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street.
The funding for the project was explained by Nick Rose, Executive Director of CAP-21, who said a state reimbursement grant would be used.
The George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center in Old Forge. Photos by Gina Greco
The total estimated cost is $14,262.98.
This includes indoor field turf, two soccer goals, protective netting and the hardware for installing it, soccer balls, and a portable scoreboard.
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Jason Perkins, director of the Town of Webb Recreation Department, will bring a proposal before the Town Board on Monday, January 20, at 5:30 p.m. for the installation of indoor soccer turf at the North Street Pavilion in Old Forge.
Funding for the turf would be made possible through a $15,000 grant from New York State Senator James L. Seward’s Legislative Member Initiative Project, administered through the Department of State.
According to Perkins, the entire cost of the proposed turf would be covered by the grant.
The turf is fully removable and would be enclosed by netting to protect the interior of the building, he said.
He invites feedback from the community on the proposed project by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via facebook at: facebook.com
Registrations for the Town of Webb Recreation Department’s summer programs will be Thursday, May 30 and Wednesday, June 5 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the town offices at the Old Forge Information Center on Route 28.
Summer recreation programs begin June 24 and run through August 9th.
• Playschool is a seven-week recreation program for children entering kindergarten through 10-years-old. Playschool runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Children will be visiting a different recreational venue almost every day. A full schedule is available upon request at: email@example.com.
The cost this year is $120 for a family’s first child, $80 for the second and $50 for the third.
Scholarships are available for qualifying families.
• Baseball is offered for children ages 8 to 12. The cost is $20 with a $30 uniform deposit.
Baseball is broken up into divisions to suit all levels of experience. The 50-70 division is geared for 10 to12 year olds.
It features a full baseball experience and includes leading, stealing, etc. (The 50-70 refers to the 50-foot pitcher’s mound and 70-foot base paths.) Players should bring a glove and hat. Continue reading →