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May the 4th Be With You: OCO's 18th annual Bowl-A-Fun was Out of This World! Enjoy this photo gallery.

"Big John" Zanewych of OCO's Board of Directors and Farnham Family Services Executive Director Eric Bresee bowled side by side.
Bowl-A-fun team "Ewok this Way" with members of the Imperial Outlanders Emerald Empire Detachment.
Boy Scout Troop 888 poses with the 501st Garrison Excelsior.
Bridget Dolbear, development coordinator, with a Storm Trooper from Garrison Excelsior of the 501st Legion.
Bring the pizza and the Wookie to me!
Cheering on their teammates!
Emcee George Hoffman joins OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier for presenting a golden bowling pin to team members from Fulton Savings Bank, thanking them for participating in Bowl-A-Fun for the past 18 years.
Enjoying some "Star Wars" fruit punch at Bowl-A-Fun.
Jedis and Wookie, oh my!
Lakeview Lanes employee wears perfect shirt for Bowl-a-Fun 2019.
National Grid's Wally Dengos enjoys a laugh with OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier.
OCO Development Coordinator surrounded by members of the 501st Legion Excelsior Garrison.
OCO Employee Christina Wallace grabs a selfie with a Storm Trooper from the 501st Excelsior Garrison of the Rebel Legion.
OCO Employee Linda Parry enjoys a Mandalorian moment.
OCO Employee Mike Scaries printing the team photos
OCO Employees Colette Nellis and Janice Scott at the prize table. Many wonderful prizes were awarded at Bowl-A-Fun, thanks to generous donations from local businesses
OCO Employees Elizabeth Thompson and Reva Reynolds flank one of the Sith Lords from the Imperial Outlanders.
OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier presents Men's high score prize to John Halstead, who works in OCO's Accounting Department.
OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier presents Women's high score award.
There's nothing like a friendly chat with Darth Vader!

THE HUB: MAY 2019

The OCO workforce development SCORE (Support Collaboration Opportunities
Resources Education/Employment) program is designed to increase access to services
for  individuals experiencing unemployment, underemployment and those seeking workforce development services through both a fixed community HUB of providers
that is located in Oswego at Midtown Plaza, as well as a mobile community HUB that
will be in the outlying areas of the county.  Our ultimate goal is to remove the barriers
that many people face when trying to obtain or maintain employment with the end
result being self-sustainability.

To view the May calendar, click here.
It is also available on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/OCOSCORE

Here are some highlights happening in May:

  • SNAP will be available 5/15, & 5/29 to help enroll people in program
  • The Census job recruiter will be there every Wednesday to help people apply for a census job – they are currently hiring!
  • Traffic safety will provide a free car seat safety check on 5/30 from 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm

For information on THE HUB or any
of the SCORE Workforce Services
 call 315-342-7532.


 

 

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OCO Policy on News Media Access and Relations:

It is OCO's practice to respond to news media inquiries as quickly as possible, depending upon availability of spokespersons or subject experts and the complexity of the topic being covered.

All requests for comments, interview, photos/video, or statements must be handled through OCO Administration, 315-598-4717.

OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier is the Agency's designated official spokesperson, and the only person authorized to speak on behalf of the Agency unless otherwise designated by herself or the Chairman of the OCO Board of Directors. Her phone number is: 315-598-4717 ext. 1017.

Arrangements for filming/photographing and/or interviewing OCO department and program staff, volunteers and clients must be made in advance by contacting the Senior Director of Operations Betsy Copps at 315-598-4717 ext. 1092.
 

Due to confidentiality requirements, federal and state regulations, and Agency policy, all OCO clients, employees and volunteers must have a signed release on file with the Agency before they can be interviewed, filmed or photographed.

News media are free to visit program sites that are public places or service portals; however, many program sites are also clients' homes or shelters and therefore not accessible without permission. Please check with the Senior Director of Operations first.