SUNY Cobleskill Joins SALT to Celebrate Resilience Five Years after Hurricane Irene

In the last days of August 2011, Hurricane Irene and its floods devastated Schoharie County. In the days that followed, a multitude of SUNY Cobleskill students, along with faculty and staff, volunteered countless hours to pick up the pieces and begin rebuilding.

SUNY Cobleskill was proud to sponsor Schoharie Area Long Term’s 5th Anniversary Commemoration and Celebration on August 28, where we joined SALT in celebrating the accomplishments of the past five years, honoring the tremendous resilience of the entire Schoharie County community, and looking to the future.

To all the volunteers, we say sincerely: Thank You.


In the News

The Daily Gazette
Schoharie County residents reflect on recovery efforts since Irene

The Times Union
Community looks to future after flood


 

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