Great Effort to Break ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Record by a Cortland Community
October 6, 2014 - als
CORTLAND, N.Y. — A large display of support for a ALS Association from a Cortland community.
A organisation of internal businesses teamed adult for an bid to put on a nation’s largest ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Sunday. Participants were doused by a Cortland Fire Department.
The idea was to turn adult some-more than 1,000 people to lift income and recognition of ALS. And while they fell a small brief of their goal, organizers contend each small bit helps a cause.
“I’m a loyal follower in ‘pay it forward,’ and if someone’s doing well, try to give a little. It helps a lot of people,” pronounced Steve Wineburg Joe Hage, Bernard’s Custom Logo boss and Stone Lounge owner.
The eventuality lifted some-more than $3,000 for a ALS Association.
Organizers contend they devise to move a eventuality behind subsequent year, bigger and better.