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United Way Offers A Healthy Boost

FULTON, NY – United Way of Greater Oswego County recently partnered with Walgreens and FamilyWize Community Services to sponsor a free health clinic.

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From left are: RMMOC clinic nurse Pat Bellinger; Watertown Walgreens store manger Jessica Matthews; RMMOC executive director Selena Hoyt (foreground); and Watertown Walgreens pharmacist Kristen Schneider.

Hosted by United Way member agency Rural Migrant Ministry of Oswego County in Richland, the clinic provided no-cost flu shots to uninsured and underinsured individuals in Oswego County.

“We greatly appreciate the efforts of these businesses to come together for such a worthy cause as improving the health of our community members.  Collaborations such as these that help improve the quality of life in Oswego County and have a positive effect on our impact area of improving the health and well-being of families and individuals throughout our county,” said United Way Executive Director Patrick Dewine.