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National Grid workers decorate Ronald McDonald House for holidays

November 29, 2018 02:04 PM

ALBANY - The Ronald McDonald House in Albany is looking a bit more festive. The home on South Lake Avenue was decorated by more than 50 people from National Grid.

This is the company's seventh year decorating the three houses that are part of the complex.

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"Part of our therapy – the love of the community, supporting our families, they come from miles and miles away, they're strangers to Albany, but they learn real quick how much of a heart our Capital Region has," said Jeff Yule with Ronald McDonald House.

About 20 families were expected to stay at the home Thursday night.

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