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SUNY Walk-a-thon benefits United Way

OSWEGO – Students from SUNY Oswego recently demonstrated their support for United Way of Greater Oswego County through their participation in the annual Walk-a-thon for United Way.

From left are faculty advisor for Vega and professor and chair of Human Development and Gerontology Minor Coordinator, Laura Hess Brown, Ph.D., and Walk-a-thon organizers and Vega members Brittni Switser and Annmarie Griffith.
From left are faculty advisor for Vega and professor and chair of Human Development and Gerontology Minor Coordinator, Laura Hess Brown, Ph.D., and Walk-a-thon organizers and Vega members Brittni Switser and Annmarie Griffith.

More than 150 students and faculty walked through the pouring rain to assist United Way in its mission to end hunger, help youth succeed and improve the overall health and well-being of Oswego County.

Organized by Vega, the Women’s Junior/Senior Honor Society, the walk-a-thon raised $745.