Business Replaces Computers Stolen From Youth Club
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A lease-to-own company has donated a TV and 5 laptop computers to replace those stolen from the Admiral Oaks Boys & Girls Club.
Nick Battista is general manager of the Aaron’s Inc. distribution center in Belcamp and an Annapolis resident. His company gave a 42-inch flat-screen TV and 5 computers to the club on Wednesday.
He approached his company after seeing news reports about the Feb. 19 burglary at the club. About $15,000 in electronics, including a 46-inch television, 14 laptops, and at game console, were stolen.
Club Executive Director Reginald Broddie tells The Capital of Annapolis that the donations help bring stability back to the club.
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