Chatham Softball Club Celebrated 2015 Season

Pictured left to right, former Chatham Softball Club members Robin Krincek, Jeff Mudrick, current Club President Matt Spencer, Ron Krincek and Brian Tobin. 

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Softball Club celebrated the 2015 season with two events this past Saturday, April 25.

In the morning ,players and coaches from teams in Kindergarten through Grade 8 gathered at Chatham Middle School for the Opening Day festivites. Eighth grader Lindsay Ripp sang the National Anthem to start the morning off and players from the Chatham Sparks travel teams led the group in a parade. 

Saturday night the Club held its First Pitch Party at Chatham Fish and Game, where former board members Ron and Robin Krincek, Jeff Mudrick and Brian Tobin were honored for their many years of service to the organization. 

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