Blogger Nancy Thorner comments on Lake Forest High School Boosters' Diamond Campaign.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
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Lake Forest High School School Board and Booster presidents explain position on rejection of Diamond Campaign to improve east campus athletic facilities.
A decision by the Lake Forest High School Board of Education in July not to accept a gift from the Lake Forest High School Boosters to improve east campus athletic facilities has sparked a controversy by some in the community though those most intimately involved are not part of it. Though the Boosters’ Diamond Campaign, which would have added a turf athletic field, a new track and more did not ultimately materialize, it did help motivate the Board to consider doing some of the work. Earlier: School Board Considers Spending $5 Million The District is now discussing replacement of the track at Lindenmeyer Field on the east campus which may not have happened if the Boosters had not proposed it initially, according to Board President Sharon …