Cranberry Class of 1967 seeks donations for Harvey victim

From staff reports

Members of the Cranberry High School Class of 1967 are collecting donations for a classmate who was a victim of Hurricane Harvey.

The class will hold its 50-year reunion Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 16-17.

Classmate Larry “Red” McCauley was planning to attend, but will be unable to come because of Hurricane Harvey. McCauley lost his home and all his possessions, and his one son also suffered a complete loss.

The class is seeking contributions from the community, area churches, friends, relatives and anyone interested in helping his family to rebuild.

Monetary donations may be sent to Cranberry Class of 1967 care of Gary Saylor, 119 Franklin St., Seneca, PA 16346.

Those donating should write on the memo line Larry McCauley, and the money will be sent to him as soon as possible.

Class members said McCauley is very appreciative that his class and community are willing to support him at this time.

Further information may be obtained by calling Gary Saylor at (814) 677-4742.

2 more from region helping in Texas

Two more area residents have been deployed by American Red Cross of Western Pennsylvania to help with relief efforts in Texas in the wake of Harvey.

Staci Gustafson, of Polk, and Dorene Jones, of Tionesta, are assisting with sheltering.
According to the Red Cross, about 3,200 Red Cross and staff are in Texas and Louisiana to help with relief efforts, including 44 from western Pennsylvania.

Carol Holland, of Seneca, and Tim Lyautney, of Knox, were deployed to Texas last week by the Red Cross.