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September 25, 2018

Huhatamaki Supports Catholic Charities Thanksgiving Giveaway


Employees at Huhtamaki collected warm clothing and coats that were distributed during Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s (CCOC) Thanksgiving giveaway. “In four days, the good folks at Huhtamaki collected 36 boxes of warm clothing that were divided between Catholic Charities of Oswego County and the Salvation Army of Oswego County,” said Mary Margaret Pezella-Pekow, executive director. We are blessed and grateful to have the support of Huhtamaki and their employees. Pictured are the Huhtamaki employees who delivered the boxes of clothing, standing from left: Tim Fish, Joe McConnell, Mark Hemans, Jennifer Loosen, Naomi Abbott, and Cassandra Baldwin. Kneeling are, from left: Renee Dawalga, Angela Marotta, Catholic Charities Volunteer Erica Guenthner, and Helen Hoefer, far right, CCOC director of community services. “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,” Pezella-Pekow said. “Generous gifts and donations to Catholic Charities have supported more than 160,000 children, woman and men in need. For information, contact Mary-Margaret Pezella-Pekow at mmpekow@ccoswego.com, 598-3980

Employees at Huhtamaki collected warm clothing and coats that were distributed during Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s Thanksgiving giveaway. “In four days, the good folks at Huhtamaki collected 36 boxes of warm clothing that were divided between Catholic Charities of Oswego County and the Salvation Army of Oswego County,” said Mary Margaret Pezella-Pekow, executive director. “We are blessed and rateful to have the support of Huhtamaki and their employees.” Pictured are the Huhtamaki employees who delivered the boxes of clothing, standing from left: Tim Fish, Joe McConnell, Mark Hemans, Jennifer Loosen, Naomi Abbott, and Cassandra Baldwin. Kneeling from left are: Renee Dawalga, Angela Marotta, Catholic Charities volunteer Erica Guenthner, and Helen Hoefer, far right, CCOC director of community services. 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. Pezella-Pekow said, “Generous gifts and donations to Catholic Charities have supported more than 160,000 children, woman and men in need.” For information, contact Pezella-Pekow at [email protected], 598-3980.

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