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September 22, 2012

United Way kicks off at 18.5 percent of goal

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 ▶ Denton Publications (partial), $10,000 
 ▶ Donlan and Barcomb Investment Services, $1,000 
 ▶ Eye Care for the Adirondacks, $8,231 
 ▶ FirstView Eye Care, $1,200 
 ▶ Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York, $256 
 ▶ Glens Falls National Bank (partial), $9,000 
 ▶ Grand Union Family Markets, $647.40 
 ▶ Key Bank (partial), $5,000 
 ▶ Landrock E and S Consulting, $750 
 ▶ Lashomb Nationwide Insurance, $5,000 
 ▶ Liquor and Wine Warehouse, $2,500 
 ▶ Murnane Building Contractors (partial), $2,000 
 ▶ Niles, Piller and Bracy Attorneys, $750 
 ▶ Nine Platt Hospitality Group, $14,026 
 ▶ Northeast Group, $10,000 
 ▶ Northern Insuring, $11,000 
 ▶ Plattsburgh City School District (partial), $6,546 
 ▶ Plattsburgh Ford, $2,000 ▶ Teresa Sayward, $5,000 
 ▶ State Farm Insurance, $400 
 ▶ Touraid Travel, $1,000 
 ▶ United Way of the Adirondack Region, $856 
 ▶ UPS Ground (partial), $10,000 
 ▶ UPS Supply Chain Solutions, $9,094.30 
 ▶ Other miscellaneous individuals and organizations, $16,583.09.

 

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