Teen raises $1,250 for Littauer

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15-year-old Kristen Farley raised $1,250 for Littauer’s Baby Box program. Pictured is Littauer President and CEO, Laurence Kelly, left, Littauer Manager of Maternal Child Health, Maureen Mosher, Kristen Farley and Cindy Krueger Farley, with a Baby Box. (Photo submitted)

GLOVERSVILLE — 15-year-old Kristen Farley of Gloversville presented a check to Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home for $1250. Kristen is a Gloversville High School student who wanted to do something special for her community by helping local families. The industrious young woman set her sights on raising money for Littauer’s Birthing Center’s Baby Box program, and excelled in the process.

Kristen, along with her mother Cindy Krueger Farley presented the check to Littauer President and CEO, Laurence Kelly, and Littauer Manager of Maternal Child Health, Maureen Mosher. Kristen’s hard work and determination will be greatly received by local families.

About Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home

Nathan Littauer Hospital and Family of Health Services serves Fulton, Montgomery, and Hamilton counties in upstate New York with a full-service, 84-bed acute care hospital, 10 primary care centers, a nursing home and a community education center. The hospital was founded in 1894 and has nearly 1,000 employees. Littauer’s medical staff provides well over 130,000 patient encounters each year.

By Patricia Older

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