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Little League Seeks Donations for Vandalized Equipment

Berkshire News Network

HINSDALE, Mass. — Dalton-Hinsdale Little League officials have informed the Berkshire News Network that a Uniform and Equipment Replacement Fund has been started to replace thousands of dollars worth of equipment and uniforms that were destroyed by vandals at the Hinsdale Field.

The concession stand, announcing booth and equipment shed were damaged, plus more than $1,000 worth of equipment including uniforms were removed from the equipment shed and burned this past weekend.

Donations can be made a couple of different ways. Checks can be sent to the Dalton-Hinsdale LL Uniform Fund in care of Mick Lavinio, 46 Weston Ave., Dalton, MA 01226 or donations can be made on the league's website www.dhllbaseball.org.

Donations are being accepted in the form of a "single" ($5), "double" ($10), "triple" ($25), or an amount of your choosing. The league is looking to raise $1,000 to help make up the cost of the destroyed uniforms and equipment.

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