Donation supports the high school’s Athletic Facilities Renovation Project that includes stadium repair and renovations for the Upper Hayes Field.
Cumberland Farms is donating $10,000 to the Westborough High School Athletic Facilities renovation project.
These facilities play a vital role in the recreation and enjoyment of the entire Westborough community, including its high school and middle school athletic programs, town youth programs, physical education classes, school events, town events, and general public use.
More specifically, the Rangers on Track renovation project includes the following:
Resurfacing of the track
Replacing the existing stadium field with alternative fill turf
ADA compliant closed style bleacher seating
A new press box and storage shed
Restoring the Upper Hayes Field with a new alternative fill turf field and bleachers
“The Rangers on Track renovation project will benefit so many people in the Westborough community and we wanted to contribute towards making this a reality,” said Ari Haseotes, CEO of Cumberland Farms. “We are proud to be a part of this community and want to do our part to support the people within it.”
To celebrate the donation, Cumberland Farms will host a check presentation at its Store Support Center in Westborough on Tuesday, May 29 at 10 a.m. Among the attendees will be Ari Haseotes, CEO of Cumberland Farms and the following Westborough officials:
Amber Bock, Superintendent Westborough Public Schools
Ian Johnson, Selectman
Brian Callahan, Principal Westborough High School
Johanna DiCarlo, Athletic Director Westborough High School
Sara Dullea, Rangers on Track Committee
Maura Shunney, Rangers on Track Committee
Maureen Johnson, Rangers on Track Committee
In 2017, Cumberland Farms relocated its Store Support Center (SSC) from Framingham to 165 Flanders Road in Westborough where it joined the company’s distribution warehouse and culinary center. The facility is home to 600-plus Team Members.
Cumberland Farms operates a network of nearly 600 convenience stores across eight states.