Hilo baseball complex closed for maintenance

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HILO, Hawaii: A popular baseball complex in Hilo will be closed to perform annual maintenance work.

The Hawaii County Department of Parks and Recreation has temporarily closed the Walter C.K. Victor Baseball Complex in the Ho’olulu Complex in order to lay down new sod.

The three fields are also being manicured in preparation for the 2012 Poi Pounder Baseball Tournament to be held in November.

Work is scheduled to be completed October 12, at which time the department will reopen the fields for practices and league play.

SOURCE: Hawaii County Department of Parks and Recreation

Hilo’s Walter Victor Ball Fields Closed Temporarily for Annual Maintenance

The County of Hawai‘i Department of Parks and Recreation has temporarily closed Hilo’s Walter C.K. Victor Baseball Complex to perform annual maintenance work.

Following a busy summer season that saw the return of professional baseball to Hilo, the three ball fields are receiving new sod and being manicured in preparation for the 2012 Poi Pounder Baseball Tournament to be held in November.

Work is scheduled to be completed October 12, at which time the department will reopen the fields for practices and league play.

The Department of Parks and Recreation apologizes for any inconvenience and thanks the public for its patience while the field maintenance is occurring.

For more information, please contact Jason Armstrong, Public Information Officer, at 345-9105, or jarmstrong@co.hawaii.hi.us.

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