Mom's House was devastated by last year's flood. It was recently renovated, but there is still work to be done.
Half a dozen volunteers from the New York State Electric and Gas Company worked to re-install sidewalk pavers and re-construct the Memorial Garden Park today. Since 1988, Mom's House has provided safe, secure, free childcare to single parents in school.
"We are just very pleased that we are able to help these organizations with projects that they needed done or completed," said Bob Pass, a Volunteer with NYSEG.
Saturday's services were part of Iberdrola's third International Volunteer day and over a hundred employees across the New York State participated.
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