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St. Luke Staff Collects Goods In Support of the Oswego Animal Shelter

Staff at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego recently pitched-in to support the Oswego Animal Shelter.

Pictured with a variety of both perishable and non-perishable items donated by St. Luke Health Services employees and being readied for delivery to the Oswego Animal Shelter is (left to right), “Bean” a resident of the Animal Shelter and frequent visitor to St. Luke; with St. Luke’s Theresa Makin, DON; Sue Crouch, RN and Betsy Nesbitt, RN. St. Luke staff collected items that will be used at the Oswego Animal Shelter in their mission of providing care to animals in need.
Pictured with a variety of both perishable and non-perishable items donated by St. Luke Health Services employees and being readied for delivery to the Oswego Animal Shelter is (left to right), “Bean” a resident of the Animal Shelter and frequent visitor to St. Luke; with St. Luke’s Theresa Makin, DON; Sue Crouch, RN and Betsy Nesbitt, RN. St. Luke staff collected items that will be used at the Oswego Animal Shelter in their mission of providing care to animals in need.

By donating an item to the Animal Shelter to use in the care of dog or cats, employees were able to “dress casually” for the day.

“Thanks to all of our staff here at St. Luke, we were able to collect a number of items that will be of use to the Oswego Animal Shelter,” said Theresa Makin, director of nursing at St. Luke and a volunteer at the Animal Shelter. “We have many staff who are themselves pet owners and the mission of the Animal Shelter is important to them.”