E. C. Glass Baseball Collects Hundreds of Items for Charity

ECG Baseball Ronald McDonald House Service ProjectThe baseball program at E. C. Glass High School has been undergoing a service project with the Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Virginia in Roanoke. During this time, members and supporters of the baseball program have generously collected and donated various items from the RMH wish-list including food, toiletries, cleaning items, and can tabs. During the collection phase, the team raised nearly 400 items totaling over 360 pounds that have filled the inside of 15 boxes stacked in Head Coach Jeremy Sink's classroom. People have also donated generous amounts of can tabs with totals reaching 17.1 pounds. The returning senior players as well as Coach Sink traveled to Roanoke to deliver the donations and to learn more about how important this service project is. The Ronald McDonald House provides help for thousands of families all over the world who are in need during some of the toughest times in their lives while their children are in the hospital. The baseball program and supporters at E. C. Glass High School are proud to help this worthy cause.  

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