“During December and January, the convention center has been rented every weekend with various groups to have reunions and meetings and gospel singers and those kind of things,” Rogers said.
The weather hasn’t allowed workers to do much with the rest of the complex during the past couple of months, but they have been able to finish work on a couple of new storage buildings, said Rogers.
Workers have also worked all of their equipment to make sure it is in good working order for the spring, such as the tractor, mule, four-wheeler and the mowers, the complex manager said.
“After the fall, we got most of the fields laid by and got a lot of construction done,” Rogers said. Basically, workers are going ahead and doing major dirt work on the fields so that they can put the finishing touches on those fields when spring arrives, he added.
The Trigg County Youth Athletic Association (TCYAA) gave the complex $2,000 to buy soil conditioner for the fields to make them softer as well, Rogers said.
The complex manager also said that the complex will likely recognize people that have gone “above and beyond” to improve the complex, like they did late last year.