Dressing down for a cause in Potsdam

Each Friday, administrative staff at Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley in Potsdam can wear jeans to work in exchange for a donation. The money collected goes to local charities. The staff recently donated $360 to Lights on the River in Lisbon. Front, Shelley Vebber, Nina Nuwer, Edie Bullock, Jennifer Brailsford, Erica Kendrew and Kellie Hitchman. Back, Kay DePerno, Diane Pickering, Rob Schirmer, Mary Jones, Brian Gardam, Mary Beth O’Brien and Barb Tischler.

 

 

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