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United Way Recognized

FULTON, NY – In honor of National Mentoring Month, Catholic Charities of Oswego County recently recognized United Way of Greater Oswego County for its support of the CYO Mentoring Program.

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United Way cited for supporting mentoring

A school based mentoring program, Catholic Charities’ CYO Mentoring Program matches elementary school children with high school students and provides them with peer support and a positive role model.

Mentors provide friendship, guidance, and support through one on one time and group activities.

From left are: CYO director Jim Smiley; CYO mentoring program coordinator Stacie Roberts; and executive director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County Melanie Trexler.

For more information on the CYO Mentoring Program, cal l Roberts at 598-3980 or visit www.ccoswego.com