Item(s) added to cart

Item(s) not added to cart


First Pitches Fly at the New Standard Process Athletic Complex

More than 100 people attended the inaugural games

Ty Poulson, catcher for the Palmyra-Eagle Panthers, shakes hands with Standard Process President Charles DuBois after the first pitch was thrown on the baseball field at the newly constructed Standard Process Athletic Complex.

DuBois pumps up the Palmyra-Eagle Panthers girls’ softball team prior to the team’s 10-5 victory over the Parkview Vikings on April 14, 2015.

PALMYRA, Wis. (April 15, 2015)—On Tuesday, April 14, the Palmyra-Eagle Panthers baseball and softball teams played their first games at the newly constructed Standard Process Athletic Complex in Palmyra, Wisconsin. Before the games began, the teams were joined by school district officials, state and local government dignitaries and Charles DuBois, president of Standard Process Inc., for ceremonial first pitches on both diamonds. DuBois had the honor of throwing out each first pitch.
“This has been a lot of fun, and really a dream come true,” said DuBois while speaking about the road that led to the development of the athletic complex. “One of the things we really can do as a community is contribute to the children and the future, to get them involved in sports, and to have great facilities for them to play on.”
The $1.2 million athletic complex is located south of the Palmyra-Eagle High School. In addition to the baseball and softball fields, it features a multi-purpose practice field for football and soccer, six soccer fields and a new concession stand. The facility’s planning committee estimated that more than 1,100 children currently involved in athletics through the school district and the park and recreation departments of Palmyra and Eagle would have a chance to experience being active in the new facility.
DuBois ended his speech by saying, “This is a great beginning, and I think it helps elevate everyone in this community to really look into their hearts and find out what they can do as well to give back.”
State Senator Nass attended the celebration, and acknowledged the leadership that brought the plans for the athletic complex to fruition, stressing how important it is for the school district, local businesses and the community to work together to help better the community. “This sports complex proves that teamwork in the community breeds success. I applaud you for coming together for the good of the community.”
Planning for the Standard Process Athletic Complex began in late 2012, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the facility was held on May 21, 2014. Standard Process financed the project, and worked closely with the Palmyra-Eagle Area School District’s building committee to ensure the athletic complex would benefit the greater Palmyra-Eagle community and others.
With the addition of the Standard Process Athletic Complex, the school district and the community park and recreation departments will be able to host more and larger tournaments, helping to stimulate the local economy and introduce the Palmyra-Eagle community to many visitors.
The Panther girls’ softball team won 10-5 over the Parkview Vikings, while the Panthers boys’ baseball team lost 4-1 to the Parkview Vikings. Attendees of the first games at the Standard Process Athletic Complex also enjoyed free hot dogs and water bottles, courtesy of Standard Process. 


About Standard Process Inc.

Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements...

Read More


Media Contact

Kim HorneckKim Horneck
Director of Marketing
(262) 495-6564




Social Media



, chiropractic,, , Chiropractic, scholarship,, , leadership,, 10-Day Program, 2014, 2015, 2016, acupuncture practice, acupuncture scholarship, American Botanical Council, American Youth Foundation, assessment tool, Awards, barcoding, benchmark tool, bovine tissue, careers, cats, challenges of everyday life, Charles DuBois, Chiropractic, chiropractic scholarship, Christine Mason, Cleveland Univeristy- Kansas City, Cod Liver Oil Handout, Cod-Liver-Oil-Handout, community relations, corporate wellness, cover crops, digestion, DNA, doctors, dogs, Donation, employee donations, employee health, employment, environment, environmental standards, future, gluten-free, graphic design, Green Tier, health care professional resource, Horlacher, human resources, immune system support, Inc., inflammatory response, information technology, injury, IT, Kerri Walsh Jennings, L2420, label, leadership, Life Chiropractic College West, Life University, Lifestyle, Logan University, loss-time, marketing, marketing awards, MediHerb, microRNA, milestone, National Safety Council, nervous system support, New, new hire, New Product, New York Chiropractic College, nonprofit, Northwestern Health Sciences University, Northwestern University of Health Sciences, NutriSync, of, online ordering, organic farming, Palmer Chiropractic College, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Parker University, Patient Direct, personal, pet oral health, practice, practice management, Process, promotion, Protomorphogen-Extracts, public relations, purification, research and development, scholarship, scientific study, social media, Southern California University of Health Sciences, SP Complete, SP Complete® Chocolate, SP Complete® Vanilla, sponsorship, Standard, Standard Process Athletic Complex, Standard Process Inc., Standard Process Veterinary Formulas, States, Sustainability, Sylvia DuBois, TCC, Texas Chiropractic College, top honors, Univeristy of Bridgeport, University, University of Bridgeport, University of Western States, UWS, vegetarian, veterinary, Vita Kids, wellness, Western, whole food nutrient solutions, Wisconsin 75, Wisconsin DNR, workplace safety


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.