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Lynnfield Fields Update
by posted 07/09/2014

We continue to make great progress on the field project.  We just completed week 7 and the project remains on time and under budget.  

As you see from the attached picture, all of the topsoil has been stripped from the fields and much of the remaining gravel has been distributed across the new field area.  If you visit the site you will see that all of the remaining topsoil has been moved to the upper field area.  Much of this soil will be saved to landscape the grassy areas that abut the field or will be shipped to the DPW yard for storage for future use.
The field is marked with pink stakes and white flagged stakes.  The pink stakes delineate the demarcation points of the various fields and the white stakes are the location of the Musco Lighting poles.  The light pole bases are one of the first things to be installed and Musco has delivered the field lights and the bases installation will start in the next few days.  You will also see the field drainage materials have arrived on the site and they are scheduled to be installed starting in the next week.
As I have stated previously, we have discovered some organic materials under a portion of the stadium field.  The weather over the past couple of weeks has delayed the removal of those materials but it is not currently holding up the project.  The two areas of soil that contained Arsenic and PAH have been further tested and it was determined that both areas are extremely small.  Green Environmental will be removing them on Monday which will complete the removal of all soils from the project.
The building is also progressing with the plumbing, hollow door installation and other work scheduled to begin this week.  Some minor equipment issues set the contractor back a few days but they are currently making up time and expect to be fully recovered by the end of this week.

The attached picture was taken by Dick Shafner, a local resident and he has been nice enough to allow us to use them.  My thanks to Dick for his contribution.
Arthur Bourque

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LYSC August Board Meeting
by posted 06/30/2014

The LYSC Board of Directors will hold the August Board meeting on Tuesday, August 5th at 7:30PM in the upstairs Meeting Room at St. Paul's church on Summer Street.  All members are welcome to attend.

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New Look - Same Navigation
by posted 06/26/2014

Hello Everyone! Welcome to the new look of We're excited to move to a color scheme that's more in line with our organization. You should be able to navigate the site the same as you always have, but if you run into trouble, please and I'll be sure to get back in touch. 

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Summer Camp with LHS Coaches Vermont and Munroe
by posted 06/19/2014

The LYSC is pleased to partner with LHS varsity soccer coaches Mark Vermont (girls) and Brent Munroe (boys)  to host a series of summer soccer camps at Jordan Park this August. For details and registration info, please click here or go to the Parents & Players tab above and click on 2014 Summer Camps. This is a great way for players from 1st grade (U8) all the way through  grade 9 to level up their game and get ready for the Fall season. Sign up today! 

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Lynnfield Youth Soccer Gifts
by posted 09/21/2011

Hey, wondering where some of the kids are getting those cool soccer bags?  Right here!

Order today from our partners at Main Street Sportswear in Stoneham and personalize it with your child's name monogramed onto the bag!  

LYSC and Main Street Sportswear are offering youth soccer items! Visit our online catalog at to review the selections, which include sweatshirts, hoodies, flannel pants, blankets and shirts.  And best of all, a portion of your spending helps to fundraise for Lynnfield Youth Soccer.  


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