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Lancaster Jethawks Media Day 2011

http://www.ilivetoday.com Brian Golden interviews Ben Heath who is from Penn State.

http://www.ilivetoday.com Brain Golden interviews Jonathan Meyer

http://jethawks.wordpress.com Brian Golden talks with Jay Austin of the Lancaster Jethawks on Media Day 2011.


April 12, 2011 Posted by | ben heath, Brian Golden, jethawks, tom spencer | , , , , | 1 Comment

First Minor League Baseball Stadium in California to go Solar

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http://ilivetoday.com “The entire Lancaster community has embraced the city’s mission to become the alternative energy capitol of the world, and as the first minor league team in California to go solar, we’re happy to do our part,” said Peter Carfagna, JetHawks owner.

 

 

http://ilivetoday.com The stadium is one of six city sites slated to go solar as part of a 2.5 megawatt project, and is the first city project under the Solar Lancaster program to be underway. The city projects, including City Hall and the City’s performing arts center, are expected to save the city more than $7 million over the next 15 years.

 

 

http://ilivetoday.com The City of Lancaster and SolarCity®, a national leader in solar financing, design, installation, monitoring and related services, today announced that Clear Channel Stadium, home to the Lancaster JetHawks, is the first minor league baseball stadium in California to go solar. The 340 kilowatt carport-mounted system is expected to offset close to 100 percent of the stadium’s energy use and save its owners up to $48,000 in the first year of operation.

 

 

http://rrexparris.com “The many projects comprising our Solar Lancaster program are creating a number of benefits to our community. Not only are we taking further steps toward our goal of becoming the alternative energy capitol of the world, but we are creating jobs in many of our region’s hardest hit industries,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris. “Clear Channel Stadium is the first of many City of Lancaster projects that will contribute to a greener City, a greener California and a greener nation.”

 

 

 

April 12, 2011 Posted by | Larry Thornhill, r rex parris, ron smith | , , , , | Leave a comment

69% Off Family Fun Pack at JetHawks Baseball


$20 for 4 Admission Tickets, 4 Chips, 4 Soft Drinks, 4 Hot Dogs, 2 Fun Zone Bracelets, and Parking ($64 Value)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s Local Living offers a steal of a deal with a family fun pack to go experience one of the Lancaster JetHawks home game for the 2011 season.  Enjoy America’s favorite pastime in a family friendly environment as you chug down a few dogs and drinks while participating in the 7th inning stretch.

 

For $20, you’ll be able to grab 4 admission tickets, 4 bag of chips, 4 drinks, 4 hotdogs, 2 bracelets, and a parking pass ($64 Value). Rich with tradition, the JetHawks, which is the Class A Afiliate of the Houston Astros, has produced Major League stars as Brandon Webb and Dan Uggla. Come watch tomorrow’s stars today.

 

Lancaster JetHawks
45116 Valley Central Way
Lancaster, CA
(661) 726-5400
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March 7, 2011 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Brian Golden and Larry Thornhill Jethawks Solar Stadium

http://ilivetoday.com The City of Lancaster and SolarCity®, a national leader in solar financing, design, installation, monitoring and related services, today announced that Clear Channel Stadium, home to the Lancaster JetHawks, is the first minor league baseball stadium in California to go solar. The 340 kilowatt carport-mounted system is expected to offset close to 100 percent of the stadium’s energy use and save its owners up to $48,000 in the first year of operation.

December 17, 2010 Posted by | Brian Golden, Clear Channel Stadium, Lancaster Jethawks, Larry Thornhill, Solar City | , , , , | Leave a comment