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September 21, 2018

Laker Student-Athletes To Rake Leaves For Senior Citizens Nov. 6


OSWEGO — Hundreds of SUNY Oswego student-athletes are ready to rake leaves in the city of Oswego on Sunday, Nov. 6, and they want to hear from senior citizens interested in this free help.

Hundreds of Laker student-athletes take part in an annual day of service by SUNY Oswego's 24 intercollegiate teams. Student-athletes again plan to rake leaves for senior citizens within the city of Oswego on Nov. 6. The service is limited to the first 50 yards registered with Diane Dillon at 312-2880 or diane.dillon@oswego.edu.

Hundreds of Laker student-athletes take part in an annual day of service by SUNY Oswego’s 24 intercollegiate teams. Student-athletes again plan to rake leaves for senior citizens within the city of Oswego on Nov. 6. The service is limited to the first 50 yards registered with Diane Dillon at 312-2880 or [email protected]

In its 12th year at SUNY Oswego, the project is part of an annual statewide community-service project by Student-Athlete Advisory Council chapters at some SUNY Athletic Conference colleges. SAAC’s mission is to generate a student-athlete voice among Oswego’s intercollegiate teams and to enhance school spirit within athletics.

“Our 24 teams of student-athletes all appreciate the support of the community at our games and other events, so this is a great way for us all to say thank you, to meet local residents and to provide a very useful service to seniors,” said Diane Dillon, Oswego’s SAAC adviser and women’s ice hockey coach.

Student-athletes will receive a list of yards that need raking, and fan out to provide this service starting at 1 p.m. on Nov. 6.

Senior citizens can register to have their yards raked by contacting Dillon at 312-2880 or [email protected] The project is limited to the first 50 yards registered and offered to seniors living in the city of Oswego. Homeowners must provide their own leaf or garbage bags.

SUNY Oswego’s SAAC chapter welcomes donations of rakes, tarpaulins, gloves or refreshments to help with this sizable volunteer effort.

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