Oswego County Opportunities’ (OCO) Home Delivered Meal Service recently received national recognition as the program was awarded a grant from the Meals On Wheels Association of America.
Tina Sherman, prevention and early intervention program manager with Oswego County Opportunities’ Youth & Family Services has announced that Melissa Crofoot has joined the staff as a rural host home specialist.
Oswego Health, the region’s healthcare leader, will expand its urgent care and outpatient services to the Central Square community when the health system opens the Central Square Medical Center later this year.
In 2010, The Food Bank of CNY reported it provided more than 7.8 million meals to local residents residing in 11 counties in Central and Northern New York. Its goal is to eliminate hunger through food distribution, education and advocacy with the help of members from the community. The recent hard economic times have made that mission more difficult.
- Oswego County Opportunities’ Cancer Services Program wrapped up its Colorectal Cancer Awareness month campaign by creating the first-ever human blue ribbon in Oswego County. Approximately 35 people, dressed in blue, gathered at the Ringgold Pulaski Fire Department, 12 Lake St., to form the ribbon.
In recognition of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Oswego County Opportunities’ Cancer Services Program joined merchants along Jefferson Street in Pulaski to make Pulaski’s main street “Go Blue” to raise awareness of colorectal cancer in Oswego County and encourage people to receive their necessary cancer screenings.
Oswego County Opportunities’ Cancer Services Program has partnered with NYS Department of Health Cancer Services Program to bring the “Main Streets Go Blue” campaign to Oswego County.
For participants in Oswego County Opportunities’ Senior Nutrition Services Dining and Activity Centers and the Home Delivered Meals Program, answers to their concerns regarding diet and nutritional health are only a phone call away.
The OHS Student Services Expo 2011 will be held on March 7 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Oswego High School, beginning in the Ralph M. Faust Theatre. It is open to all students in grades 7-12 and their families.
On Jan. 29, volunteers from the Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club came to the Mexico Community Services Center to help fill the remaining Blizzard Bags needed to complete Oswego County Opportunities’ annual Blizzard Bags project