Oilers Corner: Oilers to host work party at ballpark

  • By James Clark
  • Thursday, May 22, 2014 10:48pm
  • Sports

Sixteen days until opening day!

The Oilers will be hosting a work party at the ballpark on May 31 at 10 a.m. The public is welcome to come help the Oilers board and staff put the finishing touches on the ballpark so that it is ready for play on June 8 at 2 p.m. There will be something to do for all ages, so bring the whole family!

Kathy Gensel is busy securing housing for the players this season. Players will arrive around June 5. This is a very rewarding experience. You will make lifelong friendships and your kids will think you are a hero! For more information on the housing program please contact Kathy Gensel via email at dlgensel@ptialaska.net or via phone at 262-9263 or 252-7504.

Interested in being a part of Oilers baseball? The Oilers are looking to fill the on-field PA position at the ballpark this year. If you have an interest in this position, please contact the admin office at 283-7133 or gm@oilersbaseball.com. If you have always wanted to be a part of Oilers baseball or are just looking for a summer job, we may have what you are looking for. Our website, www.oilersbaseball.com, contains an employment application as well as contact information.

Please consider adding the Peninsula Oilers to your Community Rewards program at Fred Meyer. Simply link your rewards card to the Oilers at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards and use our nonprofit number 93400. This is an easy way to support Oilers baseball while you shop!

Follow us on Facebook at Peninsula Oilers Baseball Club for player news, raffles and other information. Please feel free to contact us here at the office with any questions, comments or concerns you may have.

See you at the park!

Oilers Corner is submitted by James Clark, the general manager of the Alaska Baseball League team.

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