2015: New Scoreboard & Message Center
Thanks to these businesses that helped with the construction
- Speedwell Construction
- Crane Specialists
- Rohrer’s Quarry
- Garden Spot Electric
- Corby Ziegler Concrete
- Ryan Kopp Excavating
- Ed Kopp Electric
- Haldeman Mechanical
- Todd McKee
2013: The History of Manheim Central Football (1947-2012)
You can also Download & Mail in the Order Form to have the book mailed directly to your home.
Each year includes: Team Photos, Season Summary, Stats and more!
2012: 25 sec Endzone Clocks
2009 Spring: Indoor Blocking Platform
Indoor Blocking platform, set on Turf.
2009 Summer: Midget Football Jersey’s
Helped finance jersey for the Midget Football Program.
2007 Fall: Bleacher Handrails
|Handrails for the bleacher were install at a cost of $5000.00 This was greatly appreciated by many spectators.|
2007 Summer: New Stadium Light Bulbs
|New bulbs were installed in the stadium because of lumen output was exceeded by 10 years thus causing the football field to be darker. Cost $4000.00||
2006: Barons Weight Room
2002-2003: Helmet Cam
|The helmet cam was purchased to give another view for sporting events. It helps the players and coaches develop better techniques and plays. It can reach up to 40ft above the stadium.|
2001: Bleacher Project
|The Manheim Touchdown Club 2000 project was to add bleachers at the north end of the Edwin Rettew Football Field. It can now seat 1,100 additional fans. Volunteer’s put in long hard days to make this happen. Approximately 50 volunteers worked over a week period to complete this project. Approximate time and materials donated by the community was $88,000.The Making Of……
(click for slide show)Making Of Video……
2000: Endowment Fund
|The Manheim Touchdown Club Endowment Fund has been established for the sole purpose of providing scholarships for post secondary education to graduating Manheim Central scholar athletes in accordance with guidelines established by Manheim Touchdown Club.Manheim Touchdown Club has awarded three scholarships annually during its first three years of operation. The recipients have been both male and female and have participated in a variety of varsity sports.For more information Click Here.|
1999: Scoreboard Project