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Lennox Little League Rejects Strip Club Donation of $1,200

| by Michael Allen

In Los Angeles, the Jet Strip Gentleman’s Club donated $1,200 to the cash-strapped Lennox Little League to keep it afloat.

However, the K-8 Lennox School District, which owns all the baseball diamonds within a one-square-mile area surrounding Los Angeles International Airport, has rejected the donation.

Robert Aguirre, volunteer head of the Lennox Little League, told KTLA-TV News: "We do not want the money from the strip club. We do need the money, but we will go some other avenue."

The money was given by James Wallace, the general manager of the Jet Strip Gentleman’s Club, who also happens to be a member of the Lennox Coordinating Council.

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After his donation was returned, Wallace told ABC News: "I just found it sad. I had every good intention."

This leaves the Lennox Little League without an income source, since the sales of hot dogs and hamburgers have been banned at league games, the Los Angeles Times reported.