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Kiwanis Club Steps Up Big In Effort To UNH Workers

The Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club in an effort to help be a part of the community response to the Covid outbreak at United Helpers Rehabilitation and Senior Care campus in Ogdensburg has donated $600 in gift certificates to local restaurants. The gift is for workers at the facility who have carried on in providing care under very difficult circumstances. Pictured are Kiwanis members Catrina Anderson, Jim Reagen, Chris Pitcher, and Larry Mitchell.

Accepting the donation for UH is Alissa Poore. The photo was taken by Kiwanis member Bill Merna.

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