Greene County Launches Local Take 5 For NY 

 

A County-wide initiative encourages residents to call and check on one another 

Greene County, New York (March 31, 2020) – Take 5 for New York is a new county-wide campaign that is being launched to encourage Greene County residents to take five minutes out of each day to call a friend, loved one, or acquaintance who may be alone and feeling isolated during this period of social distancing. It is part of a state-wide effort promoted by the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC). 

Participating county officials are calling on their residents to take just five minutes of everyday to call on a loved one, friend, neighbor, acquaintance to say hi, check on them, see if they need anything, lift their spirits, and tell them they are not alone, “ said NYSAC Executive Director, Stephen Acquario. “It doesn’t matter what you talk about. You can talk about this crisis or the latest show you are watching. The point is connecting with people in our community who could use it the most.” 

This statewide campaign is being launched with the hashtag #Take5ForNY. 

 

About NYSAC: 

The New York State Association of Counties is a bipartisan municipal association serving all the counties of New York State, including the City of New York. Organized in 1925, NYSAC’s mission is to represent, educate, serve and advocate for member counties and the elected and appointed county officials who serve the public. 

 

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