Residents staff, family members and volunteers at Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton baked, raffled and splashed their way to raising over $400 dollars on behalf of the United Way/Success By Six “Stuff A Bus” Program.
The goal of the “Stuff-A-Bus” campaign is to collect school supplies for children in need throughout Oswego County.
Michaud held a series of special events which included a Bake Sale, a raffle and a sponsored a dunking booth where for a small contribution folks got to take a chance at dunking Michaud staff and administration.
Pictured is Michaud Residential Health Services Administrator Mike Schafer cooling off in the dunking booth as part of Michaud’s efforts to support the United Way/Success By Six Stuff A Bus campaign. Michaud residents, staff, family members and volunteers raised over $400 dollars through a series of special events including a dunking booth where for a small contribution folks got to take a chance at dunking Michaud staff and administration.
Pictured presenting the United Way/Success By Six Program with a contribution on behalf of the Stuff A Bus campaign is (left to right) Michaud Residential Health Services Director of Housekeeping Judy Walsh; and Michaud Resident Council President Roxanne Stuart. Accepting the donation is Bonnie Holmes, The program Director of Success By Six.