The Putnam Stadium Restoration committee will be selling bricks that will be placed in the Donor’s Corner around the Tomcat Statue. It’s the opportunity for the Tomcat fan to have their name, a family member’s name or even a business permanently etched at the historic stadium.
Phase I of the overall two-phase project, as approved by the Ashland School Board, was completed last year in time for the start of the 2014 season.
Phase 2 included the Donor Wall/Commemorative Brick campaign as a core fundraising effort.
Local artist Denise Spaulding’s rendition of the Donor’s Corner gives fans a chance at what the effort will look like at the historic stadium.
“We’re excited about the prospects of this fundraising effort,” said Greg Jackson, the chairman of the restoration committee. “Denise has given us a vision of what it looks like and I’m sure every Tomcat fan will want to be part of it. Whether you were a player, cheerleader, in the band or simply cheered from the stands, it’s a chance to give back to a place that’s given us all so much for the past 78 years.”
The Donor Wall has four categories:
-Tomcat Touchdown Club ($10,000 or more)