A Few Accomplishments
Veterans Memorial

The Trumbull 100 spearheaded the construction of the Trumbull County Vererans' Memorial. Several Trumbull 100 members served on the project's
oversight committee. Various local businesses, community groups and area construction unions spent many volunteer hours and donated in-kind services to complete this project. Nearly $500,000 was raised through the sale of bricks (nearly 3,000), pavers (over 500) and sponsorships to purchase the bronze WWII statue and building materials to complete the project. The memorial was dedicated on November 11, 2008 and stands in doentown Warren to honor all veterans.

June 2010 - Burbank Park

The Burbank Park renovation project was completed with over $140,000 in goods and services contributed from many sources including the Warren Athletic League, Mahoning Valley Scrappers and Trumbull 100. The park is located on the northwest side of Warren. Bill Casey led the charge to return Burbank Park to its original form. He called the park
“a gem” now that renovations are finished. Work on the concession stand and four baseball fields began in 2008 and was finished in June, 2010. Security cameras have been installed and vandalism has been halted. Over 500 children from all over Trumbull County regularly play in the park and a statewide baseball tournament was held in the park.

 



 
Jordan Taylor, President

Vice President of HWS Baseball and General Manager. The 2015 season will mark Jordan's 14th with the Scrappers and fifth as General Manager. Jordan held the role of Assistant General Manager during the 2005-2010 seasons. He served as Director of Ticket Sales from 2004-2005. Jordan spent the previous three seasons in Corporate Marketing and Sales. Before joining the Scrappers, Jordan served as Ticketing Manager for C.K. Newcomb and Associates in Cleveland, OH. Jordan also interned with International Management Group (IMG) and has worked for the Cleveland Indians. A native of Westlake, OH, Jordan graduated from the University of Mount Union in May of 2000 with a degree in Sport Business and Business Management. He is President of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau and a member of the Niles Kiwanis Club. He currently resides in Howland with his wife Kristen, son Jensen and dog Matilda.