Thanks to donations, Boardman basketball players get locker room makeover
June 2, 2017 - storage organizer
A plan that started tiny incited into a full makeover of Boardman High School’s girls’ locker room for varsity basketball and volleyball players.
Funded by private donations, a locker room has approximately $9,500 value of new apparatus and features. Project leaders hosted an open residence Thursday night to uncover off a finished results.
New facilities include: a flat-screen TV, an Apple TV, basketball dry-erase boards, new paint, a picture embellished by National Honor Society members, new flooring, slab list with laser artwork of Boardman Spartans, a pointer honoring former teacher/coach Christine Moschella Terlesky, a storage organizer and customized basketball.
Along with private donations, Home Depot, Muscle Connection, Landis Floors, Signature Granite Co. and Creative Laser Solutions donated items.
“We have many 4.0 students, National Honor Society members and leaders during BHS,” pronounced partner varsity manager Justin Coffin. “The girls spend so most time in a gym and locker room before and after propagandize during practice, as good as studying, from late Oct by early March.”
He pronounced he envisions a room as “a comfortable, relaxing sourroundings that they can use to study, watch film on destiny opponents, ready for games and only be a home divided from home.”