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May News

Grand Opening Date Announced!  Be the first to reserve space today. The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

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March News

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

 

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January Newsletter

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

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November Newsletter

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

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October Newsletter

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

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September Newsletter

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is committed to meeting community needs by providing opportunities for all in areas of recreation, wellness, athletics, and social activities.

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Name Change

[For Immediate Release] 

 
September 1, 2023 

Greenheck Fieldhouse updates name to Greenheck Turner Community Center  

[Weston, WI] - The Greenheck Field House, adjacent to the D.C. Everest Senior High, has updated its business name to Greenheck Turner Community Center. The Greenheck Turner Community Center is named after Mary Greenheck Turner who passed away in 2019. Her father Robert C. Greenheck and her husband Scott L. Turner along with Mary’s three brothers Jim, Paul and Bobby have been supporters of the project from the very beginning. The Greenheck family supported the original Greenheck Field House, which was built in 1997.   

New Website

Our new website is launching on September 1, 2023.  This new platform will allow our guests and members to find information, register for classes, see video and photos of the construction site and learn about the facility.  

Parking lot will be closed for two weeks

We know this is a minor inconvenience, but in the long-run, this will be good.  The parking lot and Greenheck Fieldhouse doors will be closed for two weeks.  All members and participants will need to enter the High School Doors.