Wednesday, 05 April 2017 12:35

Fulton Red Raiders Baseball Challenge Collects Boxes of Food for Catholic Charities

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Above is a portion of the non-perishable food collected at four different sites during the tournament. Above is a portion of the non-perishable food collected at four different sites during the tournament. Submitted photo

The 2017 Fulton Red Raiders Basketball Challenge, March 31 – April 2, boxes and shopping carts full of food for Catholic Charities of Oswego County (CCOC) food pantry, it was announced by Mary-Margaret Pezzela-Pekow, executive director.

“We really appreciate the generosity of tournament organizers and attendees in supporting our food pantry,” Pezzela-Pekow said.

Catholic Charities was founded in 1930 and has expanded its agency with many programs and services that have touched thousands of children, families and individuals throughout Oswego County, said Pezella-Pekow. “Generous gifts and donations to Catholic Charities have supported more than 160,000 children, woman and men in need.”

For information, contact Mary-Margaret Pezella-Pekow at [email protected], 598-3980.

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