CHARLESTON - Columbia Pipeline Group Operations Director Chris Davis presented a check for $10,000 to the Ravenswood High School football program on Saturday, August 23, to go towards new bleachers at Flinn Field.
“As an alum of Ravenswood High School and the Red Devils football program, I understand how important the fund-raising effort for new bleachers at Flinn Field is to the entire community,” said Davis. “I’m proud to know Columbia Pipeline Group has a hand in ensuring Ravenswood athletes will get the same joy on Friday nights I did for decades to come.”
The check was presented to Ravenswood High Football Coach Mick Price and his six team captains during a ceremony at Columbia Pipeline Group Night at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston. Coach Price and the players accepted the check from Davis during the third inning to the applause of West Virginia Power fans.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Columbia Pipeline Group (CPG) companies own and operate more than 15,000 miles of strategically located natural gas pipelines, integrated with one of the largest underground storage systems in North America. From the Gulf Coast to the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, their systems connect premium natural gas supplies with some of the nation’s strongest energy markets, serving customers in more than 16 states. Approximately 1.3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas flows through CPG pipeline and storage systems each year, providing competitively priced, clean energy for millions of homes, businesses and industries.