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Delmont dedicates new basketball court

Patrick Varine

Delmont officials were joined Thursday by Dedicated Nursing Associates President Craig Fusting, along with many of his employees, to dedicate a new basketball court a Newhouse Park.

Dedicated Nursing Associates funded the majority of the new court’s cost, and it is emblazoned with their logo and their red and black color scheme.

The company also sponsors a girls’ youth basketball team, which will practice at the court.

“We’re just really excited that you’re all here and that you’ve brought this into Delmont,” said Mayor Alyce Urban at the recent ribbon-cutting. “It helps complete our community.”

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .


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Dedicated Nursing Associates President Craig Fusting shakes hands with Delmont Councilman Stan Cheyne at the dedication of the new basketball court at Newhouse Park on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. The company funded the majority of the court, which is emblazoned with its logo.
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Dedicated Nursing Associates President Craig Fusting joins Delmont Councilman Stan Cheyne and Mayor Alyce Urban, along with DNA employees at the ribbon-cutting for the new basketball court in Newhouse Park on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. DNA funded the majority of the court’s cost.
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Dedicated Nursing Associates employees try out the new basketball court at Newhouse Park in Delmont on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. DNA funded the majority of the court’s cost.
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