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Student’s art skills add fuel to fundraiser

Chris Frewin, 20, a Burnt Hills resident and junior at Clarkson University, has started a clothing line called Siren Apparel. Proceeds from the sale of his self-designed T-shirts, wristbands and shorts will benefit firefighters, police officers, EMTs and forest rangers across the US.
Chris Frewin, 20, a Burnt Hills resident and junior at Clarkson University, has started a clothing line called Siren Apparel. Proceeds from the sale of his self-designed T-shirts, wristbands and shorts will benefit firefighters, police officers, EMTs and forest rangers across the US.
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As a Boy Scout and Junior Honor Society member, Chris Frewin spent a good amount of time volunteering alongside firefighters and EMTs. He admired their selfless dedication to their work and realized, even as a kid, that they didn’t get all that much recognition for their efforts. So he set out to change that. Now 20 years old and a junior at Clarkson University, Frewin, of Burnt Hills, is laying the groundwork for a clothing ...


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