Letterman to mention Schoharie Relief Fund tonight
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NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. -- David Letterman is lending his star power to help victims of Tropical Storm Irene in Schoharie. The CBS "Late Show" host will mention a new relief fund set up by village officials during his monologue tonight.
Letterman's relationship with Schoharie started almost nine years ago, when he invited several hundred residents down to the Ed Sullivan Theatre to poke fun at their way of life.
The village then named a street after him: "Letterman Way". In a funny twist-- that road leads to the sewage plant.