Geddes (WSYR-TV) -- It was Senior Day at the Fair on Monday and some Baldwinsville football players teamed up to show them around.
Chuck Bridges has seen the fair grow over the years. Monday, with a hand from some Baldwinsville football players, Chuck got to explore the sights, sounds and tastes of the Fair.
“It’s a nice feeling. It’s reassuring. You feel good about yourself. It’s just nice to help others out; everyone that helps us out, all the fans at the game. It’s nice to give back too,” said Baldwinsville player Eric Anthony.
The players volunteer at the West Side Manor nursing home in Liverpool throughout the year. The Fair is a yearly summer stop.
“I took my guy to a wood carving thing last year. He really liked that, so anything they enjoy we take them to. A lot of people like the food, so we do that too,” said Baldwinsville Football player Tyler Rouse.
“It’s always fun. We are always laughing, joking around, and it builds team chemistry which helps on the field too,” said Baldwinsville player David Sawatzke
“They got their own things, so I appreciate that they're here you know?” said Bridges.