Secondwind Water Supports Goffstown Baseball Renovations
Secondwind Water Commits $15,000 to Support Goffstown Baseball Dugout Renovation
Goffstown, NH: Goffstown Junior Baseball recently received a $15,000 donation from Secondwind Water Systems Inc. that will elevate the baseball program serving six area towns.
The donation is specifically earmarked to renovate dugouts and update benches at the field.
“We are incredibly grateful for the donation by Secondwind Water,” said Vanessa Hayes, Goffstown Junior Baseball League President. “We count on the generosity of our community partners to provide a top-tier experience to the children and families within our area.”
The donation will be used to demolish and rebuild two minor field dugouts and replace deteriorating benches for the Little League program, which supports multiple towns in the area.
“We knew the dugouts needed to be rebuilt but weren’t sure where to go for the level of financial support we needed to make it happen,” said R.J. Brown, Goffstown Junior Baseball League Vice President and Secondwind Water System Inc.’s Water Specialists Manager.
Brown turned to his employer, Secondwind Water Systems Inc., to ask for financial support.
“We were really excited when R.J. told us about the opportunity,” said Shana Hoch, president and CEO of Secondwind Water Systems, Inc. “He’s been involved with youth sports for years, and especially has a passion for baseball. When he told us about the need in Goffstown, we were happy to step up and support the team and community in this undertaking.”
The Goffstown Junior Baseball Fields, previously called Villa Augustina Fields, are located at 14 Mast Road in Goffstown, support youth players across Goffstown, New Boston, Dunbarton, Weare, Hillsboro, and Deering, New Hampshire. The new steel benches with vinyl coating will be installed in spring, before the season starts. The dugouts will also receive a fresh coat of green paint as soon as the weather allows.
“Goffstown and surrounding areas often have residents and businesses seeking our support for water treatment,” said Melissa Leroux, marketing manager at Secondwind. “So, it was a natural fit for us to give back to the communities that we work with day in and day out. We’re happy we could help.”
About Goffstown Junior Baseball
Goffstown Junior Baseball was first chartered in 1959. Goffstown Junior Baseball (a.k.a., GJB, Goffstown Little League) exists for the enjoyment of the youngsters in Goffstown, New Boston, Dunbarton, Weare, Hillsboro, and Deering. The primary goal is for kids to have fun learning to play baseball, while also teaching the fundamentals of life, fair play, and good sportsmanship. In conjunction with Little League binding regulations, GJB has established bylaws and policies to organize the participation of hundreds of local children. www.goffstownjrbaseball.com/
About Secondwind Water Systems, Inc.
For more than 30 years, Secondwind Water Systems Inc. has been the region’s go-to full-service water treatment company. Committed to delivering better water solutions to the area, the company invests significant time and energy into researching water contaminants found in New Hampshire wells to apply the very best treatment applications. The team has advanced training and certifications from the Water Quality Association and an extraordinarily high commitment to education, integrity and customer service. Committed to sustainable solutions, Secondwind offers water treatment solutions that last. Secondwind’s team of nearly 50 employees serves more than 15,000 customers, with a shared vision to change lives through exceptional water solutions. Secondwind offers drinking water, whole-home water, industrial and commercial water treatment solutions, and is experienced in treating PFAS, arsenic, radon, iron, hardness, salt, bacteria and more contaminants found in New Hampshire water. www.secondwindwater.com/