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He never came back to Ashland after college, settling down in Cincinnati. Gary Wright has some experience with revamping baseball fields, too.He provided the finances to turn Centre College’s baseball home — Gary Wright Field — into a showplace.Currently, Rose Hill Christian plays its high school games there and Ashland Post 76 has two teams that keep the park busy during the summer and even into the fall.Also, the Ashland Adult League plays games on Sundays, giving many men a chance to be young again. Nobody else touches it.”Including practices, Murray estimates the field has activity on it for more than 200 days per year.“It was definitely a pleasant surprise when a former Ashland resident wants to give back to the community like that,” Murray said.The bills she has sponsored or co-sponsored can be found here. Notter has hosted “Chattin’ with Jeanine” on Merrimack Community Television.The show covers a wide variety of topics, as did the radio version, “Chattin’ Live with Jeanine.” The latter was on the air on WSMN 1590, in Nashua during summer 2009 until spring 2010.
She serves on the State-Federal Relations & Veterans Affairs Committee.Wright is donating 5,000 to upgrade Chattin Field, from new dugouts to a brick press box that will bear his father’s name — the T. The park was where Arizona Diamondback star Brandon Webb, the 2006 National League Cy Young Award winner, pitched for the Tomcats, Mickey Mantle and Connie Mack teams during the 1990s.Lanky left-hander Drew Hall, who made it to the major leagues in the 1980s, developed his pitching at the park.Carter, who has produced a documentary for PBS stations called “Mickey, White and Me,” based on a fantasy baseball camp, is exploring the possibility of a documentary on Ashland’s rich baseball heritage tentatively titled “Ashland’s Field of Dreams.” He is looking for pictures, video clips or other memorabilia to help with that project.“There’s still a lot of work to do,” Gary Wright said.
“Once the word’s out, we hope more and more from the community will want to be involved.”After all, Central Park’s main diamond has been a field of dreams for many Ashland residents.Wright worked closely with some of Ashland’s greatest youth leaders, men like Ernie Chattin, Bo Mc Millen and Rex Miller. Sean Murray, the Parks and Recreation director for the city, has already set a timetable for the project. Construction would be completed by March 1, 2008, in time for games to be played on April 1.