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Salisbury High Booster Club taking on challenges, making improvements

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SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

An invigorated Salisbury High School Booster Club has been taking on the challenge of making much needed improvements around the school's athletic facilities.

Earlier in September a major step was taken when air conditioning was installed at the school's gymnasium,all paid for with private donations. And weeks before that a big clean up and fix up day was held at Ludwig Stadium on the SHS campus.

Now the group is taking on the task of renovating the aging press box at the stadium.

"Under the leadership of Principal Luke Brown, Athletic Director Dale Snyder, Dr. Windsor Eagle and Booster Club President and SHS Alumnus Charlie Graeber, we are motivated by the challenge and ready to make Salisbury High's Athletic facilities top notch again," the group posted on its Facebook page. "We have several large projects that are beyond the scope of our normal booster budget."

The post includes an appeal for help saying that the press box is "below Hornet standards."

On Saturday. October 1, a special event will be held at the Salisbury Country Club to raise money for the "Fund A Need Project." The first annual Red, Black, and Gold Gala begins at 7:00 pm, and tickets are available.

Anyone interested in attending can contact Charlie Graeber at 704-202-1530.

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