NuMED donation

Allen Tower Jr., right, CEO of NuMED in Hopkinton, was recognized Wednesday for his $25,000 gift to the Campaign for the People of St. Lawrence County, an endowment fundraiser for the St. Lawrence County Historical Association. Mr. Tower made the trip to Canton where he was treated to a tour of the Silas Wright Museum. A plaque that reads “The NuMED Children Attic ‘A Wonderful Place for Youngsters’” now hangs in the museum’s Children’s Attic. With Mr. Tower is Paul Mitchell, Campaign Coordinator. Submitted photo

Allen Tower Jr., CEO of NuMED in Hopkinton, was recognized Wednesday for his $25,000 gift to the Campaign for the People of St. Lawrence County, an endowment fundraiser for the St. Lawrence County Historical Association.

Mr. Tower made the trip to Canton where he was treated to a tour of the Silas Wright Museum. A plaque that reads “The NuMED Children Attic ‘A Wonderful Place for Youngsters’” now hangs in the museum’s Children’s Attic.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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