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Tin Caps Day

The Tin Caps game on September 7, 2015, was a big success. Many residents, staff, board members, and supporters attended the game. While the event didn’t bring in a lot of money to Redemption House–and we didn’t expect it to–we got a lot of publicity. Redemption House had its own booth on the concourse, Tomi Cardin threw out the first pitch, and several times during the game information about Redemption House was transmitted over the speaker system and posted on the main scoreboard. So, a lot more people have now heard about Redemption House.

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