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PBA donation provides sweet treats to students

Principal Lauren Crisman said the contribution will be used to fund snack shack purchases for students who are otherwise unable to afford a lunch treat.

officer in uniform with a school principal in a school cafeteria
Fort Plain Police Department Cpl. Donald Richards, left, and Harry Hoag Elementary School Principal Lauren Crisman.

The Fort Plain Central School District expresses its sincere gratitude to the Fort Plain Police Benevolent Association for its donation to the Harry Hoag Elementary School cafeteria fund. Principal Lauren Crisman said the contribution will be used to fund snack shack purchases for students who are otherwise unable to afford a lunch treat.

“The Fort Plain Police Department continues to support our district in many ways and your advocacy for student wellness is highly valued,” Crisman said.

The donation was made toward the cafeteria account previously started by the school’s safety officer program.

“By opening this account, officers have the ability to bridge the gap between the police and the community, as well as display human qualities such as selflessness, a quality that can best define the staff at Harry Hoag Elementary,” Fort Plain Police Department Cpl. Donald Richards said. He is the Fort Plain PBA president.

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