Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League holds opening day Sunday, April 17, remembers the late Anne Gober


WWWLL holds opening day, remembers Anne Gober

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Coach Kurt Bloxham gives Kianna Figueroa, 6, instuction on how to hold the bat when hitting at Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League’s Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.


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Four-year old Ty Cruz places his hat to his heart during the National Anthem.


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Senior Alana Aufiere accepts her jacket from President Bill Petrucci at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.


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Joe Gober, far left, looks at one of the two flags unveiled in honor of his late wife, Anne, at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.


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Twelve-year old senior Talia Donati was emotional during the opening ceremony regarding Anne Gober at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.


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Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League President Bill Petrucci gave an emotional speech when speaking of good friend, the late Anne Gober. Gober, who died in an automobile accident last year, was very active with the league. Standing to Petrucci’s left is Gober’s son JT.


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    WYOMING — The Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League held its opening day on Sunday, April 17 at Charles Flack Field. The ceremonies remembered the late Anne Gober, who died in a car accident last year.

    Gober was an active volunteer for the Little League. The league will play this season in her memory, as her children grew up playing in the league. The Gober family was on hand and saw a flag unveiled at the field in memory of Anne.

    Coach Kurt Bloxham gives Kianna Figueroa, 6, instuction on how to hold the bat when hitting at Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League’s Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-6201641823471686-3.jpgCoach Kurt Bloxham gives Kianna Figueroa, 6, instuction on how to hold the bat when hitting at Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League’s Opening Day on Sunday, April 17. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

    Four-year old Ty Cruz places his hat to his heart during the National Anthem.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-5201641823475102-3.jpgFour-year old Ty Cruz places his hat to his heart during the National Anthem. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

    Senior Alana Aufiere accepts her jacket from President Bill Petrucci at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-4201641823478410-3.jpgSenior Alana Aufiere accepts her jacket from President Bill Petrucci at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

    Joe Gober, far left, looks at one of the two flags unveiled in honor of his late wife, Anne, at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-32016418234710494-3.jpgJoe Gober, far left, looks at one of the two flags unveiled in honor of his late wife, Anne, at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

    Twelve-year old senior Talia Donati was emotional during the opening ceremony regarding Anne Gober at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-22016418234712197-3.jpgTwelve-year old senior Talia Donati was emotional during the opening ceremony regarding Anne Gober at the Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League Opening Day on Sunday, April 17. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

    Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League President Bill Petrucci gave an emotional speech when speaking of good friend, the late Anne Gober. Gober, who died in an automobile accident last year, was very active with the league. Standing to Petrucci’s left is Gober’s son JT.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_WWWW-LL-12016418234715584-3.jpgWyoming/West Wyoming Little League President Bill Petrucci gave an emotional speech when speaking of good friend, the late Anne Gober. Gober, who died in an automobile accident last year, was very active with the league. Standing to Petrucci’s left is Gober’s son JT. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
    WWWLL holds opening day, remembers Anne Gober

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