TO THE EDITOR: Monday, April 14, I was at CVPH and absentmindedly left my cell phone in a restroom.
When I went back, it was missing. I appeal to the person who took it and didn’t turn it in to Lost and Found at the hospital: Please turn my iPhone in to the hospital at the front desk where entrance to the hospital is. No questions asked, no names necessary.
This phone has more than 400 pictures in it. Please think about what this means to me.
Thank you for having a good heart.
Grateful for help
TO THE EDITOR: To the good Samaritan at Wal-Mart, I know I’ll probably never see you to say “thank you” to you for helping when I almost fell out of the car.
It was so nice that you would help me. Thanks again for your help. You know who you are in Ticonderoga.
Give me a call if you see this. My number is 597-3225.
United Way campaign
TO THE EDITOR: We would like to take this opportunity to send a huge thank you to everyone in the North Country who supported the United Way of the Adirondack Region 2014 fundraising campaign.
Through your generosity, we were able to meet our goal of $725,000, which will assist our 40 partner agencies in providing much-needed services to friends, family and neighbors throughout communities in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.
The campaign team greatly appreciates those businesses that not only donated directly but also to those who opened their doors to allow us to come in and provide their employees with the opportunity to give back to the community through payroll deduction.
We had more than 2,600 local employees make campaign gifts, along with 173 corporate contributions and 146 individual pledges.