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621 Main St, Wilbraham, MA 01095

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Existing Synthetic Fields In The US

300

Turf Fields In Mass In 2015

500

Million Tires Recycled Annually For In-Fill

About This Campaign

In 2018, the Field Renovation Committee developed a plan to replace Falcon field at Minnechaug Regional High School with a synthetic turf field, and upgrade the surrounding facilities. This work will benefit our entire community, including  1,200 students and athletes at Minnechaug Regional High School and over 1,000 children who participate in youth sports programs.

Replacing Falcon Field is the first step of a two-phase project that will eventually replace the existing bleachers and concession areas. 

Turf At Chaug will raise the funds for Phase 1 of this project, Falcon Field. The total cost for this project is $800,000. The Towns of Wilbraham and Hampden CPA fund has approved amounts totaling $270,000 towards this project pending Town Meeting vote. The remaining amount for Phase 2 has yet to be determined. All additional funding will be raised through private donations from individuals and companies.

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Why Turf?

A synthetic turf surface at in Wilbraham is the only solution that offers our students, athletes and community what is needed most in a playing surface:

  • All season, all weather access
  • Durability
  • Multi-sport play-ability
  • High-impact safety

With our high demand for use and adverse New England weather, no natural grass field will meet these needs.

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  1. Turf At Chaug – Phase 1

    $345,005.00 donated of $800,000.00 goal

News

  • Join us on May 14th, 2018 for town meeting in support of Turf At Chaug. We need your support to pass the CPA amounts approved by the CPA vote. The amounts approved are listed below: Wilbraham: $205,200 Hampden: $64,800  ...

  • On September 20, 2018, state, local and school officials gathered at Falcon Field to announce the awarding of $50,000 towards the field renovation project.  See the September 27, 2018, edition of The Wilbraham-Hampden Times for the full story. http://wilbra