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TROY, NY – The Tri-City ValleyCats and American National Insurance Company have partnered again this season to recognize nine heroes within the Capital Region community during a special on-field ceremony prior to tonight’s rubber match against the Ottawa Titans.
The “Home Run Community Heroes Starting Nine” is chosen through an online fan nomination process. The ‘Cats and American National Insurance encourage fans to nominate hospital staff, health care workers, military personnel, law enforcement, firefighter/EMS agencies, non-profit organizations, as well as teachers, volunteers, children, and everyday people that have helped make a positive impact within the Capital Region!
This year’s honorees are:
- Cody Alessi, 7th Grade Student
- Lindsey Bedell, Teacher, Corinth Elementary School
- Jason Chevrier, Superintendent, Schodack Central School District
- Chris DelVecchio, Communications Officer, Rensselaer County Public Safety
- Heather McKenna, Physical Therapist, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital
- Jamie Panichi, Investigations Sergeant, Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office
- Casey Rowland, Teacher, Sand Creek Middle School
- John Soychak, Paramedic, North Greenbush Ambulance
- Trevor Taylor, Teacher, School 12, Troy City School District
The ValleyCats and American National Insurance Company’s Glenmont Office will recognize our nine community heroes in a special on-field ceremony beginning at approximately 6:05 PM ahead of tonight’s game against the Ottawa Titans.
For tickets, stop by the box office, call 518-629-CATS, or log on to tcvalleycats.com. Enter the promo code “HERO” at checkout for discounted tickets.