FULTON, NY â€“ When Operation Oswego County releases its annual report, one of the projects to be recognized in the document will be Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ new Community Service Center in Mexico.
The facility will be pictured on the cover of Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s annual report with a brief summary of the project inside.
According to Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s Marketing and Operations Director, Shannon Mantaro, Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ Community Service Center was one of several projects for which Operation Oswego County provided assistance.
Each year the agency features one or more of those projects on the cover in order to represent both the diversity of the type of projects that Operation Oswego County is involved with and the location within the county.
â€œThe uniqueness of Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ project and the fact that it provides an essential service to the Mexico senior community made it an excellent choice. This was a great project and Operation Oswego County was proud to be able to assist,â€ Mantaro said.
Executive Director of Oswego County Opportunities, Diane Cooper-Currier, was honored that Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ new Community Service Center in Mexico was chosen to be a part of Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s annual report.
â€œWe greatly appreciate the assistance we received from Operation Oswego County and are happy to be able to add this new facility to our Senior Nutrition Services,â€ she said.
Located on Scenic Avenue in Mexico, Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ Community Service Center is the cornerstone of the agencyâ€™s Senior Nutrition Services.
The 6500 square-foot building is home to a brand new, state-of-the-art kitchen that is used to prepare meals for Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ Senior Nutrition Services as well as conference rooms and offices for the staff.
The Mexico Community Service Center also provides opportunity for future expansion of services to the Mexico community.
A second phase of renovation will add approximately 1,000 square feet to the building for a variety of community services including: recreation and education activities for youth, support services for children, youth and families, meal service for children and family programs, and an access portal for consumers seeking any of Oswego County Opportunitiesâ€™ many services.
Unveiled each year at Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s annual meeting, the agencyâ€™s annual report includes:
- Project highlights
- Economic Development Impact Summary
- Recognition of our supporters and allies
- Recognition of our annual award recipients
- A summary of Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s networking and coordination activity as well as the services and programs that we provide
- Organization information
Operation Oswego Countyâ€™s annual report is also distributed to stakeholders, prospects, and other contacts on an as-needed, ongoing basis.
It is also available at www.oswegocounty.org
Oswego County Opportunities is a private, non-profit agency that has been supporting communities throughout Oswego County since 1966 and touches the lives of more than 20,000 people annually.
Oswego County Opportunities is a United Way of Greater Oswego County member agency.
For more information, visit www.oco.org