Community pitches in to help Rensselaer Little League clean-up wind damage

February 27, 2019 05:22 PM

RENSSELAER - Volunteers are getting ready to repair the wind damage at the Rensselaer Little League.

Parts of the building's roof were ripped off by the strong winds on Monday. Since then, offers of help have been flowing in.

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The Gerald O'Neil American Legion Post paid to put on a temporary cover. Soon, weather-permitting, Titan Roofing is expected to replace the roof.

This is a little league that has been hit by flooding and thieves in the past.

More than 100 children take part in the programs and games there.


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