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United Way of Greater Niagara sets smaller goal

The United Way of Greater Niagara, whose fundraising targets have been shrinking annually in recent years, has set its sights for this fall's drive a little lower than last year.

The goal announced this week by United Way board chairman Robert Kazeangin is $1,077,300. That's below the $1,078,949 the drive brought in last year, when the goal was $1.2 million.

The campaign co-chairmen are William Tiger, plant manager at General Motors Component Holdings, Lockport, and James Briggs, subdirector of the United Steel Workers and president of the Niagara-Orleans Labor Council.

The other members of the campaign team are Michael Sigurdson, Wegmans; Holly Curcione, Niagara Military Affairs Council; Amber Hill-Donhauser, Hill Financial Group; Jeremy Mixon, Occidental Chemical; Marcus Latham, Niagara Falls Teachers; and Russell Quarentello, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

 

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