Brick Pavers Will Help Beautify Jim Hughes Field

Help honor the legacy of the late, great Jim Hughes by purchasing a custom brick paver to be placed behind the backstop of the baseball field.

Photo by Franklin County Athletics. 

(Brookville, Ind.) – Franklin County School Corporation is asking for the community’s help to make Jim Hughes Field the best facility in the area.

Hughes, a Hall of Fame baseball coach, passed away unexpectedly on November 12, 2018

He was 73.

Hughes left quite the legacy behind, serving at Franklin County High School and the old Brookville High School for more than five decades.

He also amassed 517 coaching victories over 32 seasons.

The Franklin County School Corporation along with the Franklin County Athletic Department want Jim Hughes Field to reflect the commitment, hard work and dedication Coach Hughes put in over the course of his career.

Community members can help carry on his legacy by purchasing a custom engraved paver to be placed along the backstop of the baseball field.

Each paver is $35.

Baseball field paver forms and payment must be submitted by July 1.

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