Cascade Donates $3K To Keep ROPES Camp Going

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Cascade School Supplies has donated $3,000 to the Northern Berkshire Ropes Program to help work toward the goal of keeping this program free to all attendees. 

"After reading about the bleak funding outlook for the camp, I felt that we had to do something," said Cascade President Pete Cote. "My goal here would be to encourage other local businesses to join Cascade in sponsoring the camps and ensuring its continuation."

Many of Cascades' employees have children who have gone through the program and found its benefits to be immeasurable.

Donations can be made out to the Northern Berkshire Youth ROPES Program and mailed to: North Adams Police Dept, Attn: ROPES, 11 Summer Street, North Adams, MA 01247.

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