E V E N T P R O G R A M
JULY 30, 2020
Thank you for joining and supporting this fresh take on a cherished Erin's House event. It looks a little different than usual, but we hope you enjoy this new way of helping heal hearts of the grieving children and teens in our local community. You are the real MVPs!
For your safety and the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that you please observe social distancing throughout the stadium and wear a mask when not in your assigned seat.
Exclusive Erin's House "Better Together" t-shirts are available for $15. You can get yours before the event or on your way out at Guest Services near the front gates. All proceeds benefit the mission of Erin's House.
6:00 P.M. —
6:15 P.M. —
30-min. meet-and-greet with Clemente Jr.
7:05 P.M. —
"First Pitch" starts the program
7:45 P.M. —
Roberto Clemente Jr. takes the field
8:30 P.M. —
Josh Robinson Drums performance with Erin's House kids
9:15 P.M. —
TEXT TO GIVE
Grief doesn’t stop – not even during a pandemic. Help build hope and heal hearts by supporting the Erin’s House mission.
Text "HOPE" to 260-230-3606
Roberto Clemente Jr.
Son of Pittsburgh Pirates legend, Roberto Clemente
Roberto Clemente Jr. is a father, husband, philanthropist, entrepreneur and former professional baseball player and broadcaster whose father was the first Latin American player to compile 3,000 hits in MLB history.
After his father’s death in a 1972 plane crash while taking relief supplies to Nicaragua earthquake victims, Roberto Jr. became the spokesperson for the family and has continued to carry on many of his father’s traditions, including playing professional baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies, San Diego Padres and Baltimore Orioles.
Erin’s House invites you to join us as Roberto Clemente Jr. shares his unique life as a Clemente — from the impact of his father’s untimely death to how he carries on the family legacy today.
Percussionist | Teaching Artist | Facilitator
"Drumming can be used as a tool to teach an array of life skills. It provides a positive and creative outlet for young people to express themselves and release their emotions in a safe space. I often refer to the drum as my “trash truck” and “most reliable friend” where I can release or dump out emotions and energy created from the many challenges life presents.
I am grateful for the opportunity to live my passion and help others along the way. The work we are doing here together (and I mean the whole village) is changing lives, saving lives, and empowering kids who are dealing with challenges they inherited. We can’t always give them answers, but we can give them love, hope, and tools to rise above their circumstances and become the best versions of themselves they can be."
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2020 ALL-STAR SPONSORS:
Grand Slam Sponsors:
Home Run Sponsor:
Coldwell Banker - Real Estate Group | John Bellio
D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home
Do it Best Corp.
Kelley Automotive Group
A Party Apart
Just Sue Graphic Design
Kasey Wallace Photography
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION
Parkview Field Covid-19 Clause
(as of 7/27, subject to change as state & federal guidelines change)
Social distancing is in effect
Masks are required
(The local executive order requires all Hoosiers 8 years and older to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces and outdoors when social distancing isn’t possible. Exemptions apply to anyone who is eating, drinking, participating in strenuous physical activity or has a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask.)
Parkview Field will provide 2 hand sanitizer stations
Bathrooms will be sanitized throughout event; exit doors will be propped open
Specific details will be adjusted as event date draws near
Waiver of liability will be accepted by all guests