Westlake Regional Family Park & YMCA Event

On Saturday, September 20, 2014, the Westlake Regional Family Park & YMCA hosted an event at the project site on Thousand Oaks Blvd giving tours and watching Anne Romine throw the first pitch in the new baseball field dedicated to her son, Kenny, who was killed in March of this year.

Photos by JOAN PAHOYO/ Acorn Newspapers

Anne Romine threw the first pitch at the new baseball field with her son Kenny’s ball at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

Anne Romine threw the first pitch at the new baseball field with her son Kenny’s ball at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

 

Anne Romine threw the first ball of her sons in the new baseball field named in his honor on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the new YMCA location in Westlake.

Anne Romine threw the first ball of her sons in the new baseball field named in his honor on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the new YMCA location in Westlake. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Rick Politte, President and CEO of the Southeast Ventura County YMCA, informs the people on the trolley tour of the layout of the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

Rick Politte, President and CEO of the Southeast Ventura County YMCA, informs the people on the trolley tour of the layout of the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Mayor Mark Rutherford speaks to the crowd at the event held at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

Mayor Mark Rutherford speaks to the crowd at the event held at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Penny Yarrow, Triunfo YMCA board member and her husband, former mayor of Westlake Doug Yarrow are the first to sign the final beam that will be placed on the structure at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.  They have also donated $1 million dollars to the construction of the YMCA.

Penny Yarrow, Triunfo YMCA board member and her husband, former mayor of Westlake Doug Yarrow are the first to sign the final beam that will be placed on the structure at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. They have also donated $1 million dollars to the construction of the YMCA. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Dylan Scott, 12, Luke Ciardi, 10 and his Dad, Disney Producer Mark Ciardi, and Anne Romine lead the crowd on the path to the new baseball field where Anne Romine will throw the very first baseball at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

Dylan Scott, 12, Luke Ciardi, 10 and his Dad, Disney Producer Mark Ciardi, and Anne Romine lead the crowd on the path to the new baseball field where Anne Romine will throw the very first baseball at the new YMCA facility in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

The crowd begins to gather at the new YMCA event to commemorate the last beam to be placed on the structure and the first ball thrown at the new baseball field in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

The crowd begins to gather at the new YMCA event to commemorate the last beam to be placed on the structure and the first ball thrown at the new baseball field in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Former Mayor of Westlake Doug Yarrow uses the last beam to be placed on the YMCA structure as a podium at the new YMCA event held in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.

Former Mayor of Westlake Doug Yarrow uses the last beam to be placed on the YMCA structure as a podium at the new YMCA event held in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Anne Romine expresses her excitement at the completion of the new baseball field named in honor of her son, Kenny Romine, who was killed in a car accident in March of this year at the new YMCA event held in Westlake on Saturday, September 20. Photo by Joan Pahoyo

Anne Romine expresses her excitement at the completion of the new baseball field named in honor of her son, Kenny Romine, who was killed in a car accident in March of this year at the new YMCA event held in Westlake on Saturday, September 20.
Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

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