Boone Memorial Hospital donates $2,500 to help softball teams with flood damage
The softball field located in Danville, West Virginia (Lick Creek) was devastated by recent flooding. Both the Scott High School and Madison Middle School ladies softball teams utilize the field.
"We understand they lost almost everything, including equipment, some uniforms and supplies," said Boone Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer, Virgil Underwood. "There was also severe damage to their locker room. We wanted to help," he said.
The team also lost three lawn mowers, two refrigerators, helmets and a pitching machine.
Those interested in making a contribution can mail a check to Scott High School, #1 Skyhawk Place, Madison, WV 25130 - made payable to "Scott High School Softball"
Pictured above (left to right): Karlie Belle Price, Marketing and Public Relations Director, Boone Memorial Hospital; Eric Harper, Head Coach, School High School Softball; Chad Barker, Head Coach, Madison Middle School Softball; Jason Brumfield, Assistant Coach, Scott High School Softball and Mark Linville, Chief Operating Officer, Boone Memorial Hospital. Also included are members of the Scott High School Softball team.
See below for pictures of flood damage to the field