Duquesne Light Supports Baseball Field Lighting, Restoration Project

Duquesne Light Supports Baseball Field Lighting, Restoration Project

Indiana Township recently partnered with Duquesne Light and the Pittsburgh Pirates’ ‘Live Like Lou’ Foundation for a two-year project that has made the local baseball field in Emmerling Park ADA compliant. The collaborative effort will help ensure that the field is accessible for all individuals.

DLC provided a charitable contribution of $10,000 to support the installation of  field lighting and a new scoreboard. More than 300 young athletes in the Fox Chapel Area Baseball Softball Association league will benefit from the upgraded field, which now includes new dugouts and a paved walkway to ADA-accessible bleachers.

A dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the field to celebrate. Sam Hartzman, Associate Manager, Corporate Citizenship, and Dave Lauteri, Senior Governmental Relations Representative, represented DLC during the event.

 

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