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RRR Music spins the tunes for OCO’s “Retro Bowl”

RRR Music spins the tunes for OCO’s “Retro Bowl”

The well-known music company is the official emcee and DJ service for Oswego County Opportunities’ “Retro Bowl” fund raiser on Saturday, April 5.

“Robert Riggio, owner of RRR Music, contacted OCO and offered to donate his services at this year’s bowling tournament fund raiser,” said Diane Cooper-Currier, OCO’s Executive Director. “We gratefully accepted his generous offer, and look forward to the energy and excitement of live music at the Retro Bowl.”

The Retro Bowl takes place on Saturday, April 5, from noon – 6:00 pm at Lakeview Lanes in Fulton. Registration opens Feb. 3 for five-person teams, with choice of flights: Noon - 2:30 pm or 3:00 - 5:30 pm (first come, first served). Businesses and individuals are invited to donate door prizes for the raffles and silent auction, and major sponsors are being solicited as well. Registration fee is $100 per team.

OCO has hosted its bowl-a-fun for many years, and teams often create costumes and decorations based on their own themes and creative ideas. “The Retro Bowl theme should provide lots of inspiration for teams to come up with fun and creative costumes this year,” Cooper-Currier said. Proceeds from the annual fund raiser will go towards filling the empty plates of those who lack the resources to provide healthy meals for themselves and their families. “We’re focusing on ways to reduce and eliminate hunger in Oswego County” Cooper-Currier stated.

“As the community action agency for Oswego County, we strongly support programs and services that combat hunger, because they align perfectly with OCO’s mission. We are an anti-poverty agency, and we fight poverty in many forms – including the inability to afford or prepare nutritious meals.”

In addition to support for existing services, OCO will set aside a percentage of the Retro Bowl proceeds to build financial resources for the future.  “Our communities have an increasingly important role to play in shaping the course of this future,” Cooper-Currier said. “Government funding continues to decrease while jobs continue to leave Central New York. We’re encountering more people in need, and we’re striving to meet those needs with fewer resources.”

Every level of support makes a difference, Cooper-Currier continued. “At OCO, more than 90 cents of every dollar received goes right back out to help people. That’s much higher than the national average for non-profits in the United States. You can give with confidence that your money is working hard to combat the forces of poverty and hunger close to home.”

For registration or sponsor information, or to donate a door prize, contact OCO at 598-4717 or visit the agency’s website at For more information about RRR Music, visit

A private, non-profit agency, OCO’s many programs touch the lives of more than 30,000 Oswego County residents each year. One of Oswego County’s largest employers, OCO employs more than 600 people and boasts a volunteer force of 1200. OCO strives to improve the quality of life in Oswego County by helping people, supporting communities and changing lives.

Members of the 2014 Retro Bowl committee recently met with the official emcee and DJ service, Bob Riggio of RRR Music, to place their requests and review the playlist for the event that will include music from the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s and beyond. Pictured from left are: “Cool Cat” Debbie French, “Da Bomb” Candy Fox, “Spiffy” Denise Russell, “Neato” Christine Prevost, Bob Riggio, “Can You Dig It” Diane Wood, and “Far Out” Betsy Copps. 

Scenes from OCO's Annual Meeting April 9, 2019

Circles of Security changed our lives
Circles of Security is topic of Annual Meeting guest speakers
Congratulations to Whelahan Award winner
Diane Cooper-Currier and Ron Darrow
Finance Director recognized for service
Howard Wilcox Volunteer of the Year Award presented to John Zanewych
New Board Members welcomed
OCO Ex Dir Diane Cooper-Currier and retiring Board of Directors Treasurer Ron Darrow