Oswego County Opportunities held a food drive at its Retro Bowl fundraiser, collecting more than 500 individual non-perishable food items to divide among its program sites that can distribute the goods to those in need. Here, Retro Bowl Committee member Toni Ross, Health Educator with OCO Health Education Services, finishes packing the boxes.
“We are so grateful to everyone who participated,” said OCO’s Executive Director, Diane Cooper-Currier. “There was so much energy and team spirit, as well as some of the most creative themes and costumes ever!”
Major “Making a Difference” Sponsors: G&C Foods and National Grid.
For ways you can help visit: oco.org