ALBANY, N.Y. (Oct.
Albany High School seniors Wesley Pluviose-Philip and Jacquan
Williams are inviting the community to join the “Albany High Gives a
Sheet” campaign to help bring much-needed relief to flood victims in
the Schoharie Valley.
communities in our area suffered tremendous losses in the wake of
Tropical Storm Irene. You can assist in their recovery efforts by
donating a set of new bed
sheets (flat, fitted, pillow case), a “bed-in-a-bag” or a
comforter, or by making a monetary donation of $20 or more,"
The first 100 donors will receive a free
"Albany High Gives a Sheet" T-shirt.
"Let’s come together and show everyone that
the Albany Falcons
are here to help others that are less fortunate," Pluviouse-Philip
Williams (pictured at right with City School District of Albany
2011 Hall of Fame inductee Sal Villa '65 -- that's Wesley on the
left and Jacquan on the right) are students in Albany High's
prestigious International Baccalaureate program as well as
Donations can be made by Monday, Oct. 31.
Donations can be dropped off at Albany High's
main office, 700 Washington Ave., or in any of the school’s four
academy offices. Please be sure to leave your name and contact
information when the donation is dropped off.
Donations by check to:
Schoharie County Community Action Program, Inc.
For more information
contact: Albany High
Leadership Academy Theme Coordinator Leslie Hatfield at
or (518) 454-3987, ext 474.