An organization is formed in Schoharie County to help the elderly and other shut-ins during the coronavirus outbreak. The Times Journal reports the group called Schoharie Together is comprised of churches, the county office for the aging and other individuals. It was the brainchild of Seward Town Supervisor Earlin Rosa who tells the newspaper his wife would leave notes for residents asking them to call if they needed anything.

The group will deliver food and medicine to those isolated at home.  Elderly and/or shut-ins who need help can call Ms. Dingee or Meg Parsons at OFA, 518-295-2001 or Pastor Richards at 518-231-5098. Those who know of an isolated person needing help can also call.