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SeaComm Delivers Random Acts of Kindness

The SeaComm Pay-It-Forward Program continues to spread kindness throughout Northern New York and Vermont. Continue reading to learn about our five most recent events!

Covering the cost of apples and donuts at Kaneb Orchards: In September, we covered the cost of apples and donuts at Kaneb Orchards in Massena. Beginning at 11am, the first 200 individuals to arrive at the orchard on Friday, September 10, received either one half peck of apples or one half dozen donuts – free! Pictured (l to r) are SeaComm Branch Manager Joanne Langdon and Kaneb Orchards Patron Debra Kelley.

Paying for lunch at Gideon’s Galley food truck: Also in September, we covered the cost of lunch for more than 100 people at Gideon’s Galley food truck! On Wednesday, September 22, from 11am to 2pm, we invited the community to enjoy a delicious lunch from Gideon’s Galley at the Canton Village Park.  Pictured (l to r) are Gideon’s Galley Patrons Stephanie Venette, Debbie Sibley, Tonya Fowler, and SeaComm Assistant Branch Manager Ashley Montgomery.

Supporting the Child & Adolescent Respite House: We recently delivered a large donation of books, toys, games and hygiene products to the Child & Adolescent Respite House in Ogdensburg. The program is a short-stay residence that provides a safe reprieve for children coping with a crisis. Pictured is SeaComm Branch Manager Ashley Allen.

Covering the cost of ghost tours in Plattsburgh: In October, we covered the cost of ghost tours for more than 140 people in Plattsburgh! On Friday, October 1 and Saturday, October 2, we invited the community to enjoy free ghost tours from the Greater Adirondack Ghost & Tour Company. Each individual also received complimentary Halloween candy and glow sticks. Pictured (l to r) are SeaComm AVP of Retail Operations & Regional Manager Yvonne Alterie, Greater Adirondack Ghost & Tour Company Owner Matt Boire and his son Cooper.

Paying for admission at Nightmare Vermont: We recently covered the cost of admission for the first 300 people at Nightmare Vermont in Essex! On Friday, October 22, we invited the community to enjoy an evening of Halloween fun at Nightmare Vermont, which is an all-volunteer event with live actors, interactive scares, and special effects. Pictured (l to r) are SeaComm Branch Manager Joshua Thomas with Nightmare Vermont Patrons Jeannine Bradeene and Dylan Hatch.

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