May 15, 2013
Representatives from Glens Falls’ Home Depot gathered at the Chester Veterans’ Memorial plaza recently to discuss the upgrades bankrolled by a donation of $11,000 from the home improvement chain — and to be accomplished this week by about 40 of the store’s employees. Participating in the planning were (left to right): landscaper Terry Hubbard, Chester Highway Superintendent Jason Monroe, Home Depot Assistant Manager Alison Hubbard, Chester veteran Harry Brundage, and Home Depot Manager Carmen Carbone.
Photo by Thom Randall
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Following an outpouring of generosity from local businesses to construct the Veterans Monument in Chestertown, Home Depot steps forward with $11,000 for enhancements, and 40 of the Glens Falls Home Depot employees sign up for a workday to install landscaping and walkways.