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Local companies help Camp Good Days

Branchport, N.Y. -- Help continued to pour into Camp Good Days Tuesday following last week's devastating storm that caused damage throughout Yates County.

Some companies have even offered their services for free.

Comprehensive Mold Management in Gates brought its entire 10-person team to the camp after seeing the destruction on the news last week.

Paul Wagner's company specializes in mold removal and rearranged its schedule for the day in efforts to aid the camp.

The group's work wouldn't have happened if hundreds of volunteers weren't at the site Monday, removing rocks and debris from around the cabins.

"We knew they were going to need a lot of help," said Wagner. "My big concern was the kids coming back down here with compromised immune systems were going to be an issue, because we don't want them getting sick because they already have compromised immune systems.

Wagner's team removed mold from a handful of buildings.

Hundreds of other volunteers are expected at Camp Good Days the rest of the week.

 
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