Roanoke Valley Guns N' Hoses raised more than $5700 for RMHC of SWVA

ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) -- Wednesday morning organizers from the Roanoke Valley Guns N' Hoses softball game presented the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia with a check for $5765. The money came from last Friday's fundraiser game at Haley Toyota Field. The game features local firefighters and law enforcement battling for bragging right and the name of charity.

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