Program raises a ‘latte’ dough for suicide prevention

Through the “Care-A-Latte” program of United Way of Northern New York, money raised through May sales of lattes and cappuccinos benefited the North Country Suicide Prevention Coalition. Jernabi’s Coffee House, Potdam, and The PB&J Café, Lowville, raised $210; and Vito’s Gourmet, Watertown, raised $600 for the organization, which serves Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis Counties. Pictured from left are Anna Platz, co-chairwoman of Lewis County Suicide Prevention Coalition and coordinator of Community Crisis Response Team; Caitlin Tabolt, co-chairwoman of Lewis County Suicide Prevention Coalition and health home care manager of Transitional Living Services; Jeremiah Papineau, chairman of Lewis County United Way committee; and Nick Kilionski, The PB&J Café.

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