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MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration - Friday, November 27, 2015

The holiday season has officially begun. With Thanksgiving over and Black Friday currently underway, the Capital region is bustling with activity. As you may have noticed, it's been unseasonably warm for the month of November in the Northeast. Don't worry, it won't last long. Today's mild temperatures will be gone almost as quickly as they came. The weekend's forecast is looking about 20 degrees colder than the last two days.' Hopefully, all of your winterizing is complete, your indoor humidity has been balanced and you are ready to roll through winter assured that your pipes don't freeze and fracture and your heating bill isn't outlandish. 

If you haven't had a chance to check out the MacFawn November Newsletter, we put together a special winterize edition with some of the less obvious winterization techniques you might find helpful. You can CHECK OUT OUR NEWSLETTER HERE 

Looking ahead, for the upcoming holiday season we will be raising monies to give to give a special gift to Wildwood Programs (Schenectady). After discussing our plan to do so with their Foundation office, we are excited to help in this way. We have set up a special 'Go Fund Me' page and have given all of the page information and rights to the funds directly to Wildwood School Foundation to be sure that every cent raised goes to them. Wildwood is a little known program that serves developmentally disabled children and adults in the Capital Region with various programs within their school or residential spaces. They even offer students a summer camp that is amazingly crafted and staffed with some of the best counselors in Special Ed in the area. We hope you will help us. To make a donation, you can DONATE HERE. Go Fund Me was selected to ensure that ANY donation made would be kept (as opposed to being refunded if the goal amount wasn't met). Our goal this year is $2500K. This should help with more than a few holiday meals and maybe an improvement or two to their summer camp in Altamont.