SARATOGA, N.Y. (NEWS10) – If you grew up, or raised children in the Capital Region, chances are the musical group, ‘The Zucchini Brothers’ will ring a bell.
“This was just loaded with stuff in here, and when I looked in, I could see, uh oh, everything is gone,” he said.
“Just to me, everything that allows me to do what I do, which is provide music for kids of all ages,” he said.
But if anyone can make the best of an incredibly bad situation, it would be the “happy van.”
“I think my attitude is an attitude of gratitude,” he said. “And that doesn’t mean that I don’t care. I’m trying to find the grace in this.”
Zucchini said there are no leads on the case as of yet, and though he has renters insurance, it likely won’t cover what is lost. But that is where the community has come in.
Zucchini said he’s grateful the van will roll on to see another day.
“It’s going to keep going, and so is Happy Jack,” he said.