Oswego Health and Girl Scout Troop 10361 Collect Food

OSWEGO – Oswego Health helped local Girl Scout Troop 10361 complete its community service project, “Building a Better Community by Fighting Hunger.”

Employees from throughout the Oswego Health system donated eight boxes overflowing with nonperishable food items that the scouts donated to Human Concerns, of Oswego.

Fighting hunger
Fighting hunger

According to troop leader Michelle McManus, the troop’s 31 girls, which includes Daisy, Brownie, Junior and Cadettes, completed the initiative as a way to improve the community in which they live.

Seated from left in the front row: Jade Scheg, Clara King and Taylor Geraci.

Kneeling from left: Molly Wells, Adrianna Geroux, Mya Whiteside, Maggie O’Leary and Tori Blakeley.

Standing from left: Catherine Conzone, Oswego Health Executive Assistant to the VP for Human Resources, who coordinated the drive; James Marco, Oswego Health Interim Vice President for Human Resources; Meghan McManus, Emily Conzone, Kyra Miller, Oswego Health President and CEO Chuck Gijanto, Ella Miller, troop leader Kelly Storms, Chelsea Storms, Casey Wells, troop leader Michelle McManus and JoAnn Locy, Human Concerns Director.