Carlyle Lions have added another upgrade to the Lions Park. Placed in a central location near the booth, the building features three separate washrooms and a wheelchair accessible washroom with a change table. The building features a fresh water holding tank donated by Millennium Directional Drilling to facilitate use before the water lines have thawed and a septic tank to hold the grey and black water.
This building has been made possible by grant monies from the Town of Carlyle and the R.M. of Moose Mountain, and donations from Moose Mountain Electric, Bedecs Ready Mix, Nicolay Plumbing and Heating, Regal Auto Body and Millennium Directional Drilling. The new building will replace the Atco trailer previously used, which is now up for sale.
At an estimated $60,000 the building is a substantial undertaking for the Lions who have also decided to open the concession booth during ball games, Monday through Thursday evenings from 5-8:30 pm, and some weekends as well depending on scheduled games.
Volunteers to man the booth are always welcome and anyone interested is welcome to contact Pat Anderson or Myrla Holland. Please show your support and appreciation of the facilities by treating the washrooms with the respect they deserve and supervising children.