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Seward supports Red Cross efforts

Albany, N.Y.-- Senator James L. Seward welcomed members from the American Red Cross of the Mohawk Valley to Albany this week.

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Senator James L. Seward, seated, met with members of the American Red Cross of the Mohawk Valley last week.   Standing, from left to right, is Ferris Betrus, Carol Higgins, Andria DeLisle-Heath, Dana Pohlig and Jordan Heath. (Photo submitted)
 “Red Cross helps those in need during their darkest hour, along with providing many vital community services,” said Seward.  “I am proud to assist them in their life saving efforts. Even in these tough economic times we need to continue state support of the emergency preparedness and disaster response services provided by the Red Cross chapters and their blood program.”

Ferris Betrus, Carol Higgins and Andria DeLisle-Heath, with the American Red Cross of the Mohawk Valley, along with Herkimer High School seniors Dana Pohlig and Jordan Heath, met with Seward to inform him of recent Red Cross activities in Herkimer and surrounding counties.

Last year, the American Red Cross responded to nearly 5,000 disasters throughout New York. Volunteers and staff provided shelter, clothing and basic humanitarian support to those in need. The American Red Cross also collects and distributes nearly half of the nation’s blood supply, teaches lifesaving skills and supports military members and their families.

 


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