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Senior Services Staff Members Honored

Staff members cited

Staff members cited

Written by: John DeRousie, Custom Marketing Solutions
FULTON, NY – Oswego County Opportunities recently presented several Senior Services staff members with longevity awards for faithful service to OCO and its consumers.

From left are: Senior Director OCO Senior Services, Ellen Holst;  awardees, Lori Halstead and Joanne Weldin, (5 years), Arlene Slaski (10 years), Rosemary Kellogg (20 years); and Director of OCO’s Senior Services, Amy Roland.

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