Chris Hartery Receives Ed Heather Volunteer Of The Year Award, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Chris Hartery Receives Ed Heather Volunteer Of The Year Award
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 21, 2011
Congratulations to Chris Hartery who on Saturday, was presented with the 5th Annual Ed Heather Award for Outstanding Contribution and Committment to the Terriers Baseball Program. Ed Heather was instrumental in the resurgence of the Terriers in 2005,( the Terriers Baseball Club was founded in 1919 and had operated on and off till 1983). Ed has put in countless hours of volunteer time over the past six years to help keep the program running to date.

The award was named after Ed and has been presented every spring since 2006. Chris received the award at Dickson Park before the 16u Terriers DH versus Windsor on the weekend. Hartery coaches third base and is the 16u Terriers infield coach. Chris is also responsible for a lot of work behind the scenes, including maintenance of this website. He has been with the Terriers since the fall of 2006 and has done a tremendous job for the program both on and off the field since that time. This award has also previously been presented to Paul Goemans, Tony Mihaly and John Benvie. This recognition is well deserved, and the entire Terriers organization sincerely thanks Chris for his time and committment.
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