Interact Club Makes and Donates Blankets to Oswego Hospital Maternity Center

OSWEGO, NY – Students from Oswego High School’s Interact Club recently made blankets and then donated them to Oswego Hospital’s Maternity Center.

The Interact Club is associated with the two Oswego Rotary clubs.

Interact Club Makes and Donates Blankets
Interact Club Makes and Donates Blankets

As part of this community service project, the students made 40 fleece blankets that will be given to newborns at Oswego Hospital.

Pictured along with the students are Oswego High School Interact Club advisor Warren Shaw, the Rotary noon club’s liaison for the Interact Club Joette Deane, and the past president of the Rotary Sunrise Club Cynthia Tascarella.

Oswego Hospital’s maternity center offers attractive private labor and delivery rooms with the latest technology.

Each labor and delivery room also has its own bathroom with a large soaking tub.

There are also 12 postpartum rooms, which have their own bathrooms, as well as a cheery, homelike atmosphere.

The department is staffed by a caring and knowledgeable staff.