AMSKier Insurance agency is hosting the Wallenpaupack Area Little League Challenger baseball game verses the Ding-Del Challenger team from eastern Pike County. The game will be held Saturday, June 20th, 2015 at 10am in Bingham Park.
Support your community and our spirited youths as you cheer the players and volunteers throughout this inspiring event. Refreshments will be served.
The Wallenpaupack Challenger team is in its fifth year and serves over 30 athletes from three different school districts; allowing children with physical, mental and emotional disabilities to participate in organized sports activity. The team plays every Saturday from mid-April through the end of June. This event concludes the fifth season.
“The day is filled with fun, family values and a community coming together. AMSkier is proud and honored to share the day with so many of our area young people and their families.” Says Alan Cooper, Attorney, Judge and Volunteer for The Wallenpaupack Challenger team. Julie Gardas, a volunteer and AMSKier staffer says, “You can’t help but feel uplifted by this event. Everyone contributes so much heart and energy — the players, the coaches and the volunteers which consist mostly of high school and middle school students. I highly recommend for anyone to volunteer and share this amazing experience.”
Founded in 1920 by Abe Skier, AMSkier is a family insurance business with its home office in Hawley, Pennsylvania. Now led by second generation Henry Skier and third generation Jeffrey and Aimee Skier, AMSkier has developed a unique niche and a national reputation insuring America’s Finest Children’s Camps. AMSkier is known for its welcoming and caring Staff who have been together for many years – some over thirty years. Every member of the AMSkier Staff takes pride in achieving distinguished and long-standing relationships with its neighbors in their home communities and with those who entrust their businesses, homes, vehicles, and children’s summer camps to the caring and thoughtful ways of a company of people who are now in their 95th year of service.