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Keystone College Field and Track Dedication Ceremony

Mini-Relay To Fight Against Cancer Included in Activities
Keystone College will officially dedicate its new athletic field and track complex on Saturday, April 26 with a full day of festivities for the entire college community, including a 12-hour mini-relay for life to fight against cancer.

 The $3.4 million, state-of the-art, 360-foot by 240-foot field, with an accompanying eight-lane track, is located near Ned Boehm Field and adjacent to Keystone’s Sugar Shack maple sugar facility on the eastern edge of campus.

The new athletic venue will directly benefit more than 600 Keystone students who participate in intercollegiate sports and intramurals. The sports complex will be used to host Division III men’s and women’s sports, intramural athletic events, and community recreation and sports.

The days’ events will begin with a dedication ceremony beginning at 9:30 a.m. followed by a senior class gift presentation at 9:45 a.m.. Beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting until 10 p.m., the campus chapter of Colleges Against Cancer will conduct a 12-hour mini-relay for life for Keystone students, alumni, parents and friends. Anyone wishing to register a team for the event may contact John Mahan at relayforlife@keystone.edu

Other events include a variety of family friendly games and activities from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Keystone Giants baseball team will take on Neumann University in a doubleheader at Christy Mathewson Field beginning at noon.

(Information from Fran Calpin)

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