Pictured above is preliminary drawing provided by BFA Engineering Surveying, showing the location of the new track in relation to the high school as well as how additional options added as funds are available, such as concrete around the track.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The construction of a track at New Haven High School is now becoming a reality and by late summer of this year the committee and very confident that construction will begin.
Tuesday evening a town hall meeting was held by The Committee to Build a New Track where committee member Brad Zobrist spoke about the projects financial status as well John Nilges, Project Manager with BFA Engineering Surveying, who revealed drawings and talked about the initial steps to kick start the project.
By Kelly Hoffmann
Members of New Haven High School's National Honor Society present a check to New Haven Track Project Committe Member, Dave Engelbrecht.
NEW HAVEN, Mo.- During half time at the varsity boys basketball game, Friday Feb. 6, the New Haven High School chapter of the National Honor Society presented a donation to the New Haven Track Project.
The group raised $2000 during the Jingle Jog 5K Run/Walk, which they hosted Dec. 6.
Members of the organization presented the check to Dave Engelbrecht, who represented the New Haven Track Committee.
Pictured: Kyle Williams with Peoples Savings Bank presents $5,000 check to Track Committee member Connie Gerdes. (Photo courtesy of Connie Gerdes)
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Peoples Savings recently made their second donation of $5,000.00 to the New Haven Track Project.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The New Haven High School Chapter of the National Honor Society is hosting their first-ever Jingle Jog 5K Run/Walk to benefit the New Haven Track Project.
The race will be held at New Haven Elementary School on Saturday December 6th with a 9 a.m. start time. The fastest overall male and female and the top three in each age group will be recognized, but you don't have to be fast to win!
Pictured left to right: New Haven Chamber of Commerce President Tony Carosella and Treasurer Debbie Winters present a check for $1,000 to Tracy Langenberg, member of Community Track Project committee. (Photo courtesy of Tony Carosella)
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - It is absolutely amazing that in just eight months since the New Haven Community Track Project was officially kicked off over $281,800 in committed funds have been donated by individuals, local and area businesses, and organizations. Monday, the New Haven Chamber of Commerce joined the long list of donors with their $1,000 contribution, leaving just $68,000 needed to build a new track.
Henniges employees pictured from right to left: Marian Hale, Jacob Scheer, Wayne Gerlemann, Angie Kormeier, Connie Gerdes (Peoples Savings Bank, NH Track Committee), Rebecca Glaser, Laura Murdock, Don Stallmann & Jim Eichelberger.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Earlier this week Henniges Automotive present a $5,000 donation to Connie Gerdes, committee member of the New Haven Community Track Project.
Over 200 tickets were sold for Friday night's New Haven Track Project Dinner Auction.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - It was no surprise that over 200 tickets were sold for Friday night’s Dinner Auction that benefited the New Haven Community Track Project or the fact that businesses and individuals donated over 150 items and the grand total of funds raised was just as remarkable as how the night ended. You have to see it to believe it.
New Haven, Mo. - Katie Kantley has announced that she will be donating her entire vintage fashion collection to be sold in a live auction at the New Haven American Legion Hall on Sunday, May 18th.
All proceeds will be donated to the New Haven Community Track Project.
The auction will begin at 12 p.m. with doors opening at 11:30am.
Over 20 pieces will be auctioned by auctioneer Keva Limberg, with garments being modeled by current New Haven Track athletes.