Cell Phones for Soldiers

November 06, 2017 04:49 PM

From now through December 6th, area residents and businesses can donate their unwanted cell phones and/or tablets at the following locations:


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Montgomery County

·         Senator Amedore’s District Office, 20 Park Street, Room 121, Fonda
·         Canajoharie Public Library, 2 Erie Blvd, Canajoharie
·         Amsterdam Free Library, 28 Church Street, Amsterdam
·         AT&T Store, 114 Sanford Farms Shopping Center, Amsterdam


Schenectady County

  • Duanesburg Town Hall, 5853 Western Turnpike, Duanesburg
  • Princetown Town Hall, 165 Princetown Plaza, Princetown
  • Rotterdam Public Library, 1100 North Westcott Road, Rotterdam
  • AT&T Store, 404 Balltown Road, Schenectady


Albany County

  • Guilderland Public Library, 2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland
  • Altamont Free Library, 179 Main St, Altamont
  • Ravena Public Library, 95 Main Street, Ravena
  • Albany County Sheriff’s Office, 58 Verda Avenue, Clarksville
  • AT&T Store, Crossgates Mall


Greene County

  • New Baltimore Town Hall, 3809 County Route 51, Hannacroix
  • Greene County Veterans Services, 159 Jefferson Heights, Catskill
  • Cairo Public Library, 512 Main Street, Cairo
  • Windham Public Library, 5379 Route 23, Windham
  • AT&T Store, 90 Catskill Commons, Catskill


Ulster County

·         Saugerties Town Hall, 4 High Street, Saugerties
·         Senator Amedore’s District Office, 721 Broadway, Suite 100, Kingston
·         Lloyd Town Hall, 12 Church Street, Highland
·         Town of Ulster Library, 860 Ulster Ave, Kingston
·         AT&T Store, 1137 Ulster Ave, Kingston



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