The Omaha Home for Boys is getting their baseball field near 50th and Ames renovated. Omaha has demonstrated true commitment hosting the College World Series, and Lowe’s and the NCAA Team Works program has organized renovation as a sign of courtesy.
The goal of the project is to give the children a place to play and create memories they can carry for a lifetime.
The project will renovate things essential to any baseball field, such as base paths and the infield, the dugout and the batting cage. There should be nothing hazardous for children and each of them should have spots where they can keep their helmets and bats. It will also create a feeling that the team has their own place. It will give the kids a sense of comfort that will help them be more confident and willing to show off their skills.
The field is also used by the Omaha Benson and Concordia Lutheran High School, so their teams will also be able to enjoy the renovation results.
The dedication ceremony is scheduled for June 16.