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Employees Of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group Make Holiday Season Special For St. Luke Residents

OSWEGO – The holiday season is a time for traditions, and nowhere is the tradition of generosity more evident than with the of employees of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group’s Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station.

Gathering presents from the Nine Mile Point employee “Giving Tree” Program, on behalf of residents at St. Luke Health Services are (left to right) Constellation Energy Nuclear Group’s Colleen Hare; the employee “Giving Tree” program organizer; collecting the gifts is St. Luke Health Services Volunteer Coordinator Nicole Grennier.
Gathering presents from the Nine Mile Point employee “Giving Tree” Program, on behalf of residents at St. Luke Health Services are (left to right) Constellation Energy Nuclear Group’s Colleen Hare; the employee “Giving Tree” program organizer; collecting the gifts is St. Luke Health Services Volunteer Coordinator Nicole Grennier.

For more than a decade, Constellation employees, through their “Giving Tree” Program, collect and donate hundreds of Christmas gifts for residents at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego.

Employees selected a resident Christmas present wish from trees located throughout their facilities and then take the time and energy to set about fulfilling those wishes.

“The “Giving Tree” Program adds an important part to our holiday celebrations here at St. Luke and our sincerest thanks go out to all the employees of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group who have been so generous to our residents year after year,” said Greg Osetek, director of community relations at St. Luke.

“The thoughtfulness and generosity shown by the employees at Constellation towards our residents here at St. Luke is remarkable,” said Nicole Greenier, St. Luke volunteer coordinator. “Gifts collected and donated by Constellation employees as part this program are both large and small, depending on the wishes of a particular resident. But regardless of the particular present, this program demonstrates the best of what the holiday season represents in our community.”