Community Night coming to Terry Cole Field Friday night, to celebrate new turf

MITCHELL – Through the preparations for the Capitol Project for Mitchell Community Schools, Terry Cole Field is ready for Football and Soccer games moving forward.

Part of the first practice on the new turf photo courtesy of Amanda Bartlett Turner on Facebook

With the field being completed, MCS is hosting a Community Night to celebrate the new field with a tailgate alley where Board Members will be grilling burgers and hotdogs that will be available for free, at the personal expense of the board members.

102.5 LiteFM will be on-site with tailgate spirit music to pump up those in attendance and will feature opportunities for community members to win prizes and get some Mitchell High School gear.

Courtesy photo Mitchell Athletics Department the Mitchell Bluejackets first practice

Free MHS Football t-shirts will be handed out, free spirit gear such as key lanyards, pom-poms, noise makers, beads, and blue and gold crazy hair, as well as a chance to register and win two tickets to an upcoming Indianapolis Colts game.

There will also be photo opportunities as MHS Cheerleader and Football Player cutouts will be on-site for fans to take pictures with their favorite players or cheerleaders.

Gates open at 5:30 p.m. where community members will be allowed in for free, to enjoy the new field and the first football game on the new turf. The game will also see the first Hall of Fame induction during halftime, to commemorate the past with the future. Come join the fun and support your community.

Ethan Turner throwing a pass Courtesy photo Mitchell Athletics Department the Mitchell Bluejackets first practice

Mitchell Community Schools would like to thank the community for all their support of the projects and improvements that are underway throughout the school corporation, and this is a way to celebrate with them the progress so far.

“We would like to pack out the football game on Friday night, everyone is welcome for this special occasion,” Dr. Brent Comer Mitchell Community Schools Superintendent.