Cooper Sign Company and Old Glory Flag & Banner of Niagara Falls continue to support U.S. troops both locally and abroad. Known for its support of the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, the company also participated in the S.A.M.E. Adopt-a-Platoon Program out of Fort Drum in Watertown for the month of June. The company, employees, vendors and Lake Shore Savings Bank helped troops serving at a forward base in Afghanistan by providing more than 145 pounds of food items, toiletries, books and toys for the Afghan children. "Supporting our troops both locally and abroad comes from not only our heart, but is one of the company's core values," said Jennifer Cooper, company president. Shown in the front row are Alyssa Price, Eileen MacLaren, Ann Kroening and Jennifer Cooper; back row, Tim Masters, Ray Masters, Janelle Pierce, Deah DeVole, Steve Roberts, Diane Haseley, Allen Casler and John Cooper.