Taking part in the ceremonial coin toss were (from left) Meigs Local Enrichment Foundation members and supporters Gary Nakamoto, Steve Musser, Frank Blake and son Nolan, and Jo Ellen Yearly, Farmers Bank representative Paul Kloes and Paul Reed, and Holzer Health System representatives Dr. Wayne Monroe and Brent Saunders.
The press box which over looks the new Meigs football field was named in memory of the late Bob Wingett. Wingett was a longtime member of the Ohio Valley Publishing Company family, retiring as publisher in 1999.
In between the first and second quarters of Friday’s opening game at Holzer Field at Farmers Bank Stadium several donors and Meigs Local Enrichment Foundation members were recognized for their contributions toward the new stadium.
ROCKSPRINGS — It was an historical night for the Meigs football community on Friday evening as Holzer Field at Farmers Bank Stadium was host to the first regular season football game.
Members of the Meigs Local Enrichment Foundation along with several donors were recognized throughout the evening for their contributions which made the stadium possible.
From the press box to the track, many portions of the facility have been named to honor many who have contributed to the stadium.