A new fieldhouse at Patrick County High School will provide “a place to practice when the weather conditions do not allow for outdoor activity,” Schools Superintendent Dean Gilbert said at a dedication ceremony on March 9. The facility is named Martin F. “Fill” Clark Fieldhouse, in honor of Clark, who was a longtime attorney and former Patrick County Commonwealth’s Attorney.
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