WHAT'S GOING ON? ... at Antrim Township Community Park?

PAT FRIDGEN
David Gouff and Lance Poffenberger from Gouff Construction, Hagerstown, Md., work on the roof of the concession stand. Centrally-located, it can serve the needs of visitors, even if four games are going on at once. Fans next summer will provide their own seating, but a parking lot behind two outfields means they won't have to walk far.

The Antrim Township Community Park concession stand will not be ready for the park's grand opening on Saturday, but it is well on its way.  

Construction started several weeks ago, and should be complete by the end of the year. The 20x30 foot block building sits at the hub of four ballfields. The concession stand/comfort facility will have a kitchen, two restrooms and a utility room.

Working is being done by general contractor GRC Contracting, Zullinger; Rodney B. Smith Plumbing, Chambersburg; and Thomas Electric, Orbisonia.

This summer Little League teams practiced on the fields, which will be ready for regular use next spring. The township has been getting calls from traveling teams interested in playing at the park, and hopes local teams will also take advantage of the site.

David Gouff and Lance Poffenberger from Gouff Construction, Hagerstown, Md., work on the roof of the concession stand. Centrally-located, it can serve the needs of visitors, even if four games are going on at once. Fans next summer will provide their own seating, but a parking lot behind two outfields means they won't have to walk far.