Shed Project 2004
Follow along with the
|Old shed and batting cage as it was March 12,
The project was on hold while we tried to
get permits from the County. Permits were finally picked up on February 25,
March 26th, 2004: I installed a water
line to the batting cages so it will be easier to maintain the new cages and
keep them clean.
March 30th, 2004: Pima Waste of
Tucson donated a roll off dumpster for the project.
April 3rd, 2004: Florayne and
Albert moved the rest of the league equipment from the old shed to the
Mini-Mobile temporary storage containers in the parking lot. The old
building was then torn down by Keith Pullen, Steve Bertoncin, Steve
Youngquist, Rick Alfonso, Ricky Alfonso, Rick Alfonso's Dad, and Albert
Calderon. It took 7 hours. A BIG thanks to all who helped!
April 9th, 2004: Steve Kaplan and Keith Pullen set the forms for the
storage shed slab. Then, on Saturday the 10th, the footings were dug by Rick
Alfonso and his Dad, Steve Kaplan, Steve Bertoncin, John Koprowski, Greg
Stevenson, and Keith Pullen.
April 14th, 2004: On Wednesday, Kevin Baker, Rick Alfonso and Keith
Pullen set the rebar for the footings.
April 15th, 2004: The footing and pre-slab inspections passed.
April 16th, 2004: Steve at Tucson Exterminating donated the termite
pre-treatment. He also sprayed the snack bar while he was there.
April 17th, 2004: On Saturday morning, Steve Kaplan and Richard from
Diversified Design and Construction poured and finished the storeroom slab
with help from Rick Alfonso, John Koprowski, and Keith Pullen.
May 1st and May 8th: Steve Kaplan and
Steve Bertoncin came out again and helped me get the east half of the
batting cages formed and ready to pour. I installed pipes for hose
bibs in the batting cages on the 13th and finished grading the north batting
May 8th, 2004: Steve Kaplan and
Richard from Diversified and two finishers from Concrete Done with Love
poured and finished the east half of the batting cages with the help of
several league volunteer wheelbarrowers. We couldn't have done it
without Randy Kitzman, Kevin Baker, Steve Bertoncin and Rick Alfonso pushing
May 22, 2004: Keith Pullen and Steve Kaplan
set forms for the west half of the batting cages. Keith dugout and leveled
the cages during the week.
June 19th, 2004: Steve Kaplan and Richard
from Diversified and two finishers from Concrete Done with Love poured and
finished the west half of the batting cages with the help of several league
Rick Alfonso, Greg Stevenson, Donny Stevenson, Steve Bertoncin, Mark Evens,
John Carver, and Keith Pullen helped with the wheelbarrowing.
The next step is to build the
masonry walls. We're still looking for masons to build the
walls. We're working with Young Block to get get part of the block
We still need more help. Out of 500
families in TLL, only about 12 so far have enjoyed the opportunity to help
with this project. RSVP to Keith Pullen at 991-3462 or Keith@ThornydaleLL.org
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