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September 20, 2018

Constellation Energy Supports OCO Senior Services


FULTON, NY – Area seniors participating in Oswego County Opportunities’ Home Delivered Meals program recently received a special gift courtesy of the employees of Constellation Energy’s Nine Mile Point Station.

Karen Krakowka and Brian Ranous of Constellation Energy Nine Mile Point Station deliver bags of personal hygiene items to OCO’s Senior Services Department.

Karen Krakowka and Brian Ranous of Constellation Energy Nine Mile Point Station deliver bags of personal hygiene items to OCO’s Senior Services Department.

Family and friends joined Constellation employees in preparing gift bags that included a number of personal hygiene items including; bottles of shampoo, body lotion, tooth brushes and tooth paste, Q-Tips, hand soap, Chap Stick and deodorant.

The bags were delivered to seniors in the Home Delivered Meal program.

“We were thrilled to receive the donation, said Christine Parks, support services manager and volunteer coordinator with OCO’s Senior Nutrition Services. “Our seniors loved the bags and were very appreciative. They especially liked the colorful pictures that the children of the Constellation Energy employees and their family and friends made for each bag. I commend the employees of Constellation’s Energy Nine Mile Point Station, along with their family and friends for their generosity and their concern for the seniors in our community.”

Dan Mathews (left), a volunteer driver with OCO’s Home Delivered Meals program presents Richard Coughlin with a gift bag of personal hygiene items donated by Constellation Energy’s Nine Mile Point Station employees, their families and friends.

Dan Mathews (left), a volunteer driver with OCO’s Home Delivered Meals program presents Richard Coughlin with a gift bag of personal hygiene items donated by Constellation Energy’s Nine Mile Point Station employees, their families and friends.

OCO’s Home Delivered Meal program is available to homebound Oswego County residents 60 year of age and older who are unable to participate at their local Senior Activity and Dining Center due to physical or emotional barriers.

Spouses and / or any disabled dependants living with them are also eligible regardless of age.

Meals are available Monday through Friday and are delivered between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Frozen meals are provided on program holidays and additional emergency meals are given in the event that deliveries cannot be made due to an emergency situation.

For more information, call Trinity Engle at 598-4712 or the Oswego County Office for the Aging at 349-3484.

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