Children's hospital donates paint
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Austin orchid, friendly yellow and buttermint. They're a few of the colors that make up the newly built Golisano Children's Hospital in Syracuse. Now, people at home can use the same paint for their next big project.
The leftovers from the hospital construction was donated to Habitat for Humanity. In all, the non-profit organization was given 37 five gallon buckets and 24 one gallon cans.
Painters who worked on the construction say they're happy it will be used for a good cause. Habitat will sell the paint at its ReStore on Otisco Street.