Win a 2011 Chevy Cruze - Support the Stadium Foundation 



Friday, February 11, 2011 at halftime of the NRHS basketball game.
Serpentini of Strongsville Chevy Network Dealer is once again sponsoring an amazing fund raising opportunity for our North Royalton School District. 

One lucky winner will be the owner of a brand new 2011 Chevy Cruze.  Student athletes, band members, choir members, students participating in clubs/groups, PTA, booster organizations, and staff members will be invited to sell $10 raffle tickets to help raise money for their particular group and the newly formed North Royalton Stadium Foundation. 

 Contact any NR Student Athlete to purchase a ticket or email  bears@nrab.net


NRSF Wing Ding at Jocko's is a HUGE success

Over 250 Stadium Foundation supporters stopped by Jocko's last weekend to eat, drink and party with thoughts of a new stadium on the horizon.  The Stadium Foundation thanks the Royalton Community for efforts pit out so far.



North Royalton stadium project well on its way - Visitors Side Stands get complete Make-Over

The spirit for North Royalton High School varsity football is just as strong in the fans and supporters as it is in the players.

The North Royalton Stadium Foundation has privately raised $125,000 towards its goal to completely renovate the stadium.

At the start of the 2010 football season, visitors were treated to a side boosting $230,000 in reconstruction work, including 800 newly installed ADA compliant bleacher seats and wheelchair ramps, paved walkways, landscaping and a visitors concession stand and portable restroom facilities.

Pending received donations, the existing home grandstand is up next in 2011, with plans calling for a 3,000-seat space, a larger press box, possible viewing box and new restroom and concession stand facilities.

Perhaps the largest undertaking in the “Turf the Field” initiative is the installation of synthetic turf and an all-weather eight-lane track.

“Hopefully, phase two and three will happen at the same time,” said Stadium Foundation Chairman Larry Vasil.

The initiative calls for a total of about $1.3 million, but Vasil is confident bids will come in less making it possibly a $1 million project. The new space could welcome more than 300 future school and community events, including the ability to host regional tournaments.

To help raise funds, Outback Steakhouse in Parma hosted a $20 steak dinner Sept. 18 with ticket sales going directly to “Turf the Field.” The fundraiser raised $4,000, Vasil said.

Several fundraisers are in the works, including an Oct. 23 wing ding event at Jocko’s Bar and Grill in Broadview Heights. Visit nrstadiumfoundation.com for more information.  </>



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