Orioles help Denver Park recover from flood
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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