New York Good Sam
Spring is almost here!

We hope you're making plans to come to a CARNIVAL with us at the 2014 Samboree!
July 11-13 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds.


Click here to download and print the registration form.


Thanks to all who came out and made the 2013 Samboree such a success. We're already hard at work planning next year's event. Can't wait to see you there!

         




On December 7, 2012, Glen Gasstrom, New York State Good Sam Director, was honored to present a check for $1,500 on behalf of all New York State Good Sam members to the Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center. The Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center provides food, rental assistance, household goods, and linkages to VA health care, benefits and other services for struggling veterans. They are one of five in the country that has been selected for a pilot program to explore innovative early interventions to help prevent veteran homelessness targeted to service members returning from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. With the $1,500 raised at the New York State Good Sam Samboree, the Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center will be able to furnish a room in their building in Utica New York. (Shown from left to right - Jeffrey Luvera, Chairman of The Board; Glen Gasstrom, New York State Good Sam Director; Teresa Fava-Schram, Project Director; Gillian Albicker, VHPD Program Coordinator).



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more great photos from the 2012 Samboree!


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New York Good Sam is the state organization for the Good Sam chapters in New York. There are currently 15 chapters in our state. If you are a Good Sam member and want to join a local chapter near you, you can contact any of the chapter presidents or their secretaries. For more information about Good Sam or to learn how to start your own chapter, contact the state director at newyork@goodsamfamily.org.




Welcome from New York State Director Glen Gasstrom and his wife, Linda, state secretary.




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