Community Raises Money For Fire Victims

Community Raises Money For Fire Victims

@MikeRyanRadio | 3.30.23

The Cohoes-Waterford Elks recently held a fundraiser to support those who were affected by recent fires in the area. The Spaghetti and Meatball Fundraiser took place on Mohawk Street in Cohoes and offered a delicious meal for just $10. The best part? All of the money raised went directly to the fire victims from Cohoes and Waterford.

The devastating fires displaced 8 families from Cohoes and 11 people from Waterford. For those affected, the loss of their homes and belongings can be overwhelming. The fundraiser provided much-needed relief for those impacted by the fires, both emotionally and financially.

Events like the Spaghetti and Meatball Fundraiser not only raise money for those in need but also bring the community together. It’s an opportunity to connect with others, share stories, and show support for those who are struggling. It’s a reminder that even in challenging times, we can come together to make a positive impact.

All in all, the Cohoes-Waterford Elks’ Spaghetti and Meatball Fundraiser was a great success, raising money for those affected by recent fires in the area. The event exemplified the importance of community support and coming together to help those in need. It’s heartwarming to see local organizations like the Elks making a difference and providing hope during difficult times.

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