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Baseball Team Makes Halloween Visit to Ronald McDonald House
Members of the baseball team carve pumpkins with Ronald McDonald House Residents in Albany
 
Members of the baseball team carve pumpkins with Ronald McDonald House Residents in Albany
 

Nov. 6, 2012

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Members of the Siena baseball team spent much of Halloween evening volunteering their time at the Ronald McDonald House in Albany. The group prepared a meal, and carved pumpkins with residents of the house as part of Blue Shield of Northeastern New York's Saints in the Community program.

"This was a great opportunity for our guys to get out in the community and put things in perspective," head coach Tony Rossi said.

A couple members of the team visited the Family Room at Albany Medical Center to spend time with children who have life threatening illnesses. The rest of the team helped raise the spirits of the residents of the house by participating in traditional Halloween activities.

 

 

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