New Dugouts for Chatham Baseball Club at Nash Field


CHATHAM, NJ  While baseball season is still a few months away, the dugouts at Nash Park are ready for the spring season.

Brand new dugouts were built and after they were constructed, Monk’s Home Improvements donated labor and materials giving the dugouts a new paint job to match.

Anthony Gruppuso, president of Baseball Club of Chatham, approached owner Ty Monk for the labor donation. 

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“Helping the Chatham Baseball Club keep their dugouts in good condition is our way of helping the local Chatham Baseball players and coaches,” Monk said.

Thanks to Monk’s Home Improvements, the Chatham Baseball Club’s newly constructed dugouts at Nash Park were painted a beautiful “Chatham Blue.”

Another recent labor donation was given to Central Avenue School in Madison. Volunteers created a beautiful multi-wall mural in the school to celebrate 125 years of Madison Borough. Monk’s Home Improvements provided a clean canvas for the artists to work their magic!

If your non-profit organization is looking for a labor donation for painting or carpentry services, please call Monk’s Home Improvements at 973-635-7900.


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