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Camille Graham Supports Troops

OSWEGO, NY – Camille Graham is a young woman who hopes to help support members of our Armed services and join the 2% of Girl Scouts who earn the Gold Award.

Rotary president Carol Reed, left, welcomes Camille Graham.
Rotary president Carol Reed, left, welcomes Camille Graham.

She developed a program to collect products that will remind service members of home and the support their communities have for them.

Collections will be made at several sites including the Oswego Tea Company, Paul’s Big M and Oswego First United Methodist Church.

The members of Camille’s Senior Troop have and will continue to send letters and cards to soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines serving overseas.

In addition to this major project Camille has led a group of scouts on a 10-day trip to New York and Washington D.C. to learn about our history and government.

Camille is a senior at Oswego High School and plans study international relations and accounting in college.

The Oswego Sunrise Rotary plans to support Camille in her project.