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Pallotti baseball team's leaf-raking fundraiser enjoyed high demand [Letter]

The St. Vincent Pallotti Baseball Team would like to thank all of the Laurel-area residents who so generously supported our first annual fall leaf raking fundraiser. The response was overwhelming and gratifying. The team raked over 70 homes and earned over $5,000 in donations. We very much regret having to turn down a number of requests as we were simply unable to meet the demand.

Bob Seyko

Laurel

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