At the pre-game ceremonies at the Fishers High School versus HSE High School football game last Friday, Dr. Philip Dulberger of Clarian Health, Hamilton Southeastern Board President Karen Harmer, Gary Reynolds of Reynolds Farm Equipment and HSEHS Principal Dr. Jon Milleman cut a ribbon to dedicate the new multi-purpose field and the naming of the field and stadium. HSE High School’s facilities are now Clarian Health Field and Reynolds Royals Stadium. Major contributions from Clarian Health and the Reynolds family allowed both FHS and HSEHS to install turf in time for football season.
With over $815,000 raised, opportunities are still available for companies and individuals to contribute to the campaign with recognition opportunities ranging from scoreboard signs to metal plaques or engraved bricks on a donor wall. The campaign goal is to cover as much as possible of the estimated $1.7 million cost with donations. An updated donor form is also available on the district web site (www.hse.k12.in.us) with a link under “Hot Topics.” Companies interested in corporate sponsorship options should contact one of the athletic director offices at FHS (915-4296) or HSEHS (594-4196).
Dedication of Clarian Health Field and Reynolds Tigers Stadium will be this Friday evening before Fishers High School’s first home game that begins at 7 p.m.