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St. Luke Health Services Employees Make Donations In Support of Catholic Charities

OSWEGO – Staff at St. Luke Health Services held a food drive recently to benefit Catholic Charities of Oswego County.

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Employees of St. Luke Health Services in Oswego recently held a food drive in support Catholic Charities of Oswego County. From left are: St. Luke’s Betsy Nesbitt, RN; Jackie Winterhalt, RN, with Tim Archer, program supervisor with Catholic Charities of Oswego County receiving the donation; and Wendy Heretyk, of St. Luke’s Social Services Department.

For a donation of a canned or boxed food item, St. Luke staff “dressed casually” for the day in support of Catholic Charities and their annual holiday food drive.

“Last year, Catholic Charities distributed nearly 800 food baskets to needy families throughout the county during the holiday season and the need is expected to grow this year,” said Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN, one of the organizers of the event. “We have a great staff that is always willing to step up and help others, and their generous donation made to benefit those served by Catholic Charities is a good example.”