FULTON, NY – Employees of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield volunteered their time to help the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County, build additional garden beds for the Fulton Community Garden Project.
“We are proud of our employees,” said Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Regional President, Art Vercillo, M.D. “We support numerous organizations and charities throughout Central New York. Volunteering is a great way to do that, and our employees are always happy to respond.”
Located at John Lincoln Park, the Fulton Community Garden Project offers city residents the opportunity to have their own garden bed to grow vegetables, herbs, or flowers.
For information on the Fulton Community Garden contact Amy Roland at 315-598-4712, ext. 1811.
Kneeling from left are: Rachel Sgroi, Michelle Mushock, Ieva Doyle, Daryl Shultz, Alecia Ryznik, and Jen Soule-Parrish.
Standing from left are: Jan Smith of Cornell Cooperative Extension; Geovanni Ballog, Bridget Marion, Renee France, Jacqueline Iacovelli, Michelle Simpson, Dale Miller, Brittany Taylor, Rachel Gleason, Amy Roland, Oswego County Opportunities, Arthur Vercillo, M.D., and Cindy Walsh of Cornell Cooperative Extension.