Orioles help Denver Park recover from flood

By on February 15, 2012



Tony Weachter, left, president of the Denver Orioles, presents a check for $5,000 to Steve Leed, Denver Memorial Park trustee, to assist the park in recovery from flood damage. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)Tony Weachter, left, president of the Denver Orioles, presents a check for $5,000 to Steve Leed, Denver Memorial Park trustee, to assist the park in recovery from flood damage. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)

This past year the Denver Memorial Park sustained major flood damage from two storms. To help with the recovery, the Denver Orioles made a donation of $5,000.

Members, neighbors and community contributed support to this effort.

Other donations made during the past year by the Orioles were $5,000 to the Denver Fire Company and $3,000 each to the Reamstown and Reinholds ambulance associations.

The 2012 officers of the Orioles are: Tony Weachter, president; Kevin Gensemer, vice president; Kevin Antol, secretary; Jeff Steinmetz, treasurer; Steve Leed, chaplain; and Erik Wolf, Chet Clair and Grant Garner, trustees.

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