“All programs and services are now in this location, “ she said. “Renovations here will continue through spring 2018, and our capital campaign is ongoing to cover the costs of these renovations.”
According to Pezzela-Pekow, CCOC has raised more than 50 percent of its’ goal of $1.5 million. CCOC will be conducting its capital campaign through the end of March 2020.
“A variety of “naming” opportunities are available,” Pezzela-Pekow said. Among these are the Gymnasium, Community Room, Activity/Game Room, Food Pantry, Store/Boutique, Independent Living Skills Center, and more. “This gives local businesses and individuals the chance to put their name in front of the thousands of people CCOC serves who will be using the facility or who will be clients of our programs,” she said. “I’d be happy to give a tour to those interested in supporting us to see the work to-date, and what is coming. We have prepared a complete packet of information that shows the floor plan and naming locations, as well as a variety of ways donations can be pledged or paid.
“People will be making an investment in our new location, but ultimately, they are bringing hope and transforming the lives of thousands in our county.” For information, visit www.ccoswego.com, their Facebook page, or contact Mary-Margaret Pezella-Pekow at [email protected], 598-3980.