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Lake City Police Hockey Team Collecting Bottles, Cans For Catholic Charities’ Food Pantry

Written by: John DeRousie, Custom Marketing Solutions
OSWEGO, NY – Members of the Oswego Minor Hockey Pee Wee Lake City Police Travel Team are currently collecting donations of returnable bottles and cans in support of  the food pantry at Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s Food Pantry to help the agency meet the demand for food subsidy this holiday.

 Members of the Oswego Minor Hockey Pee Wee Lake City Police Travel Team are currently holding a bottle and can drive in support of the food pantry at Catholic Charities of Oswego County.  Funds raised through the drive will be used to fill the pantries shelves for the holiday season. Kneeling in front from left are players: JP Ciappa, Trent Grimshaw, Bryce Hourigan, Brandon Meyers, Cameron Whipple, Anthony Guarasce, and Allie Rogers. Players standing in the middle row left are: Nate Shultzkie, Jarrett Dudley, Tanner Coleman, Lynch Raby, Addison Lee, Johnny Delapp, and Nick Back.  In the back row are: student coach, Matt Rogers; assistant coach, Rob Raby; head coach, R.J. Grimshaw; and assistant coaches, Anthony Ciappa and Josh Flett.
Members of the Oswego Minor Hockey Pee Wee Lake City Police Travel Team are currently holding a bottle and can drive in support of the food pantry at Catholic Charities of Oswego County. Funds raised through the drive will be used to fill the pantries shelves for the holiday season. Kneeling in front from left are players: JP Ciappa, Trent Grimshaw, Bryce Hourigan, Brandon Meyers, Cameron Whipple, Anthony Guarasce, and Allie Rogers. Players standing in the middle row left are: Nate Shultzkie, Jarrett Dudley, Tanner Coleman, Lynch Raby, Addison Lee, Johnny Delapp, and Nick Back. In the back row are: student coach, Matt Rogers; assistant coach, Rob Raby; head coach, R.J. Grimshaw; and assistant coaches, Anthony Ciappa and Josh Flett.

Team members have placed red bins at both the Cullinan Ice Rink at Kingsford Park School and the Crisafulli Ice Rink at Fort Ontario in Oswego where community members can leave their donations of returnable bottles and cans, or call 315-529-0052 for pickup. Funds raised during the bottle and can drive will be donated to Catholic Charities of Oswego County to help them meet the rising demand for food subsidy at the holiday season.

For more information on the Oswego Minor Hockey Pee Wee Lake City Police Travel Team bottle and can drive for Catholic Charities call 315-529-0052.

Catholic Charities of Oswego County serves all people in need regardless of their religious affiliation. Primary funding sources for Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s programs are the United Way of Greater Oswego County, the Diocesan Hope Appeal, the County of Oswego and private donations by individuals and local companies and organizations.