Assisted living residence council in Canton makes donations
Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 9:38 am

Photos submitted by United Helpers.

CANTON — The United Helpers Assisted Living Program made several donations to location organizations.

• Potsdam Humane Society Executive Director Alysia Maynard is pictured above accepting a $200 check from Myrtle Butterfield, who was making the presentation on behalf of the United Helpers Assisted Living Program’s resident council. The group held several fundraisers in order to raise money for community donations. Other organizations receiving a gift from the resident council included the American Cancer Society, Canton Volunteer Fire Department and the Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center Activity Department.

• Canton Volunteer Firefighters Alex Cohen, left, and Chief Matthew Kroger accept a $200 check from Myrtle Butterfield, who was making the presentation on behalf of the United Helpers Assisted Living Program’s resident council. The group held several fundraisers in order to raise money for community donations. Other organizations receiving a gift from the resident council included the American Cancer Society, Potsdam Humane Society and the Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center Activity Department.

• Accepting a check from the United Helpers Assisted Living Program’s resident council on behalf of the American Cancer Society was Carl Seymour. Mr. Seymour accepted the $200 donation from the council’s chairperson Myrtle Butterfield. The group held several fundraisers in order to raise money for community donations. Other organizations receiving a gift from the resident council included the Canton Volunteer Fire Department, Potsdam Humane Society and the Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center Activity Department.

• Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center Activities Coordinator Patience Boswell, left, and Activities Director Dawn Kimble, right, accept a $200 check from Myrtle Butterfield, who was making the presentation on behalf of the United Helpers Assisted Living Program’s resident council. The group held several fundraisers in order to raise money for community donations. Other organizations receiving a gift from the resident council included the American Cancer Society, Potsdam Humane Society and the Canton Volunteer Fire Department.