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Fulton Wrestling Club Helps Catholic Charities ‘Clean House’ In Preparation For Move

FULTON, NY –The Fulton Wrestling Club assisted Catholic Charities of Oswego County in rounding up 438 boxes of old records for shredding.

The Fulton Wrestling Club assisted Catholic Charities of Oswego County in rounding up 438 boxes of old records for shredding. Catholic Charities is tentatively scheduled to move its operations to the new location in early summer.
The Fulton Wrestling Club assisted Catholic Charities of Oswego County in rounding up 438 boxes of old records for shredding. Catholic Charities is tentatively scheduled to move its operations to the new location in early summer.

“These heavy boxes were tucked away in the attic and in various storage areas throughout our building,” said Mary-Margaret Pezzela-Pekow, executive director.  “This helps us immensely as we prepare for our move to 806 W. Broadway, and we are tremendously grateful for their help.”

Catholic Charities is tentatively scheduled to move its operations to the new location in early summer.

The 80,00 square-foot  building there was the former site for Cayuga Community College and was donated to CCOC by Michael J. Falcone, chairman emeritus and founder of The Pioneer Companies, in December 2016.

Catholic Charities was founded in 1930 and has expanded its agency with many programs and services that have touched thousands of children, families and individuals throughout Oswego County.

“Generous gifts and donations to Catholic Charities have supported more than 160,000 children, woman and men in need,” said Pezella-Pekow.

For information, contact Pezella-Pekow at [email protected], 315-598-3980.