OSWEGO, NY – Judy Queale-Dunsmoor (center), president of Buc Boosters, and Allison Smith, president of Oswego High School Junior Class, hold a matching funds check to be donated to Golisano Children’s Hospital-SUNY Upstate Medical University.
From left are: OHS Junior Class co-advisor Tai Jackson, secretary Buc Boosters – Lu Collins, and from right, treasurer Kara Weiss and vice-president Meredith Chesare.
The junior class raised the most money of the classes ($250) for pediatric cancer awareness.
The students assembled and sold gold ribbons for a strong show of support for September Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.
Jackson said, “For several weeks, my Junior Class officers Allison Smith (president), Meredith Chesare (vice president), Kara Weiss (treasurer), and Tori Fix (secretary), along with Tara Stacy made gold ribbons as that is the color of the fight against pediatric cancer. These ribbons were sold during lunch periods throughout Spirit Week. We also had Gold/Yellow Day as one of the spirit days. We also sold them at the annual Powder Puff Game and open house along with BucFest.”
Missing from photo is Victoria Fix, class secretary.
(Photo by Beth Clark)