At the city council meeting held November 4, Mayor Ron Woodward Sr. presented a proclamation declaring the 2015 Oswego County Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Fund Drive Season. Woodward and the council presented the proclamation to Major James Purvis and advisory board member and Christmas coordinator of Fulton, Nancy Close.
Employees at Eastern Shore Associates Insurance, headquartered in Fulton, donated a Christmas tree-full of toys and clothes for the Fulton Salvation Army’s Angel Tag holiday drive.
Employees at Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA) headquartered in Fulton donated a Christmas tree-full of toys for the Fulton Salvation Army’s Angel Tag holiday toy drive. “Our employees’ enthusiasm for this program is personally inspiring to me and it shows in the large amount of toys they donated,” said Gail Cruse, ESA representative and project
Employees at Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA) headquarters in Fulton donated a Christmas tree-full of toys for the Fulton Salvation Army’s Angel Tag holiday toy drive. “In this challenging economy, ESA employees stepped up and donated an even greater amount of toys this year,” said Gail Cruse, ESA representative and project coordinator. “We’ve participated with
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The Oswego Corps of The Salvation Army continues to celebrate next week. It will hold a community breakfast on Nov. 9 at 8 a.m. at The American Foundry, 246 W. Seneca St., to celebrate 125 years of service in Oswego.
The Oz Roller Girls, the community’s new flat-track women’s roller derby league, has blocked out time to address a number of community causes, from hunger to veteran support to animal welfare. Leading up to their first bout, the team mounted a food drive to support the Oswego Salvation Army food services that help hungry families in the community.
The next Salvation Army Guest Chef dinner will feature Minetto United Methodist Church members serving up a turkey dinner with all the fixings.
The employees and staff at Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Oswego made the holidays a little brighter this year for the local community and Oswego Salvation Army with their annual holiday canned food drive, according to Sharon Kirk, Director of Recreation Therapy at Sunrise.