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Press box at Lompoc's Hyuck Stadium gets a makeover

"Although the sign was functional, it looked severely aged and decrepit."
Posted at 10:47 PM, Sep 01, 2020

LOMPOC — The press box at Huyck Stadium in Lompoc got a makeover this past week.

The Lompoc Community Track & Sports Field project was finalized earlier this summer, but the press box still needed an update.

"Although the sign was functional, it looked severely aged and decrepit," said Superintendent Trevor McDonald.

The newly installed sign was funded by the Campaign for Lompoc Community Track and Sports Field.

The Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization is working with Santa Barbara County Public Health to arrange a safe grand opening, according to a press release.

"We are excited for the community to be able to begin enjoying the wonderful new facilities. However, we must wait until it is safe to do so," said Doug Sorum, Director of Maintenance and Operations.

The new sign was manufactured by Signs of Success in Santa Maria and installed by Lompoc Unified School District's in-house maintenance staff.