Since 1955, baseball has been played at the corner of Maple and Walnut. Since 1957, Bennett Field in downtown Howell has been the home of Howell Area Junior Baseball (HAJBA). For nearly 7 decades years, in partnership with the City of Howell, hundreds of volunteers have provided a home field for tens of thousands of players to learn and grow through baseball and softball.
Beginning in 2020, HAJBA is launching the Bennett Field Renovation project, to refresh, update and expand access to more players.
Some project highlights include:
This project will be funded by HAJBA through volunteers, donations, sponsorship, and grants. While the final budget and planning is being completed, the current cost estimate is $250,000 over the span of 3-5 years.
For more information about how you can help support HAJBA and the Bennett Field Renovation project, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For $ 25.00 you can have your name and the years you played at Bennett Field placed on the Paul Bennett Field “Wall of Players” that will be installed on the concession stand wall in the spring of 2021.
If you would like to help us complete the renovation and be on the “Wall of Player” please forward your $ 25.00 check to:HAJBA P.O. Box 241 Howell, MI 48844
Or you can go online here.
This project would not be possible without the incredible support of our community!
Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc.
Kensington Valley Excavating
Lindhout Associates Architects, AIA PC
Element Roofing, Michigan
Mugg & Bopps
Angelo & Sons Foundation, Inc.
Justice Fence Company
Jonna's Market, Jonna's 2GO, Jonna's Bar & Grill
Janey and Rick Haslock
Bill & Jane Gibbons
First National Bank in Howell
To date more than 250 hours of volunteer time
To learn more, or to find out how you and your company can get involved, email email@example.com.