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James and Alice Fitzgerald are asking the community to support the Chehaw Park Educational Honey Bee Apiary by making a donation and spreading the word about the project.

ALBANY — James and Alice Fitzgerald are asking the community to support the Chehaw Park Educational Honey Bee Apiary by making a donation and spreading the word about the project.

“This GoFundMe campaign will help Chehaw build a new location for an educational honey bee apiary,” the Fitzgeralds said in a release sent to news media. “The proceeds go directly to Chehaw.”

The community is invited to make a difference. All money raised will benefit the Chehaw Park Authority, https://chehaw.org/about-us/who-we-are and any donation will help make an impact. This funding request is to fast-track a project that has been put on hold due to the impact of COVID-19 on the parks.

GoFundMe is the world’s largest free social fundraising platform and has helped millions raise more than $5 billion for the people and causes they care about.

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