Rotarians assist migrant youth program


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Warwick Valley Rotarians have donated $1,000 to assist children in the former Mustard Seed Program which served farm worker youth for many years. This summer, the Warwick Area Migrant Committee and the Alamo Community Center will provide an enrichment program for about 80 children of farm workers at the former Pine Island School. Accepting the donation from Rotary president-elect Dave Eaton, right, is Katherine Brieger, executive director for the Alamo Community Center and chief of patient experience and staff development for Hudson River Health Care. At left is community volunteer and Warwick Rotarian Edward Lynch.

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