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Recognizing Mentoring Month

FULTON, NY – OCO’s Fulton School Mentoring Program and its participants were recently recognized by the city of Fulton.

Pictured in the foreground is Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward presenting the proclamation to mentoring volunteer program manager Carol Ireland. In the background from left are: Fulton councilors Jay Foster, Kim Roy, Daryl Hayden, Tom Kenyon, and Peter Franco; program social worker Dan Sokal of OCO; and enhancement services coordinator Kathleen Knopp of OCO.
Pictured in the foreground is Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward presenting the proclamation to mentoring volunteer program manager Carol Ireland. In the background from left are: Fulton councilors Jay Foster, Kim Roy, Daryl Hayden, Tom Kenyon, and Peter Franco; program social worker Dan Sokal of OCO; and enhancement services coordinator Kathleen Knopp of OCO.

Due to the positive impact that the program has on the youth of Fulton, Mayor Woodward officially proclaimed January as Mentor Recognition Month in the city of Fulton.

The Fulton School Mentoring Program is a collaborative effort between OCO, the Fulton Community Task Force, Catholic Charities of Oswego County, and the Fulton City School District.

If you would like to be a mentor or refer a student, contact Carol Ireland, FSMP manager at 402-2093.

Just one hour a week makes a difference!

The Fulton School Mentoring Program is funded by the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services.

For more information, visit www.oco.org