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    $13M Indoor sports facility planned for D.C. Everest

    Wausau Pilot & Review A new, state-of-the-art sports performance and recreation center with indoor artificial turf is planned for D.C. Everest, in collaboration with the D.C. Everest Area Education Foundation. The Foundation announced a capital campaign kickoff this week for what representatives describe as a best-in-class complex that aims to fill community needs for year-round surfaces that enhance health and wellness. The Sports Performance and Recreation Center (SPRC) at D.C. Everest is a $13-15 million indoor artificial turf facility that will accommodate a wide variety of user groups by having a full-size field that can be divided into four spaces, while including many sport and activity specific components such as:…

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    Planned $45M Frankenmuth indoor sports complex nearly quadruple size of Freeland SportsZone

    FRANKENMUTH TOWNSHIP, MI — A $45 million indoor field of dreams could open here as early as 2023, officials say. The combined medical and sports complex will house facilities for football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse. Activities there will engage residents from across the region as well as visitors in town for tournaments, ramping up tourism in a community already known for it. “This project is something Frankenmuth has been talking about and wanting for about 15 years,” said Bridget Smith, Frankenmuth city manager. Planners say the multipurpose structure will measure a whopping 230,000 square feet, or nearly four times the size of Freeland SportsZone in Tittabawassee Township.…

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