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Fulton, New York,13069
Oswego County Opportunities is a private, nonprofit human services agency and has been providing human services since 1966. OCO is the designated community action agency for Oswego County and is committed to partnering with others to improve the quality of lif... more.
From left are: OCO Board President Connie Cosemento, Betsy Copps, and Executive Director of OCO, Diane Cooper-Currier.
Executive Director of Oswego County Opportunities, Diane Cooper-Currier has announced that Betsy Copps was recently honored with the agency`s prestigious Amelia Whelahan Leadership Award during OCO`s Annual Meeting held April 23 at Springside at Seneca Hill.
"We're featuring a 'Beat the Celebrity Bowler' contest this year," said OCO Bowl-A-Fun committee member Betsy Copps.
"OCO's Executive Director, Diane Cooper-Currier, will bowl a game and the committee will seal her score in an envelope. Any Bowl-A-Fun participant who wants to try their hand at beating Diane's score can pay a $5 entry fee." All scores that beat the celebrity will be entered in a drawing for half of the proceeds raised by the contest. "We'll split the pot 50-50 between the winner and OCO," Copps explained. This year's event was dubbed the "Lucky 13" Bowl-A-Fun because it is taking place on 4-13-13. "Thirteen is usually associated with superstition and bad luck, but we're turning that around and making it a lucky day, with many chances to win raffles, door prizes, silent auction items, and more! Copps stated. Many activities will be provided during the afternoon, including live acoustic music, activities for children, a silent auction, door prize drawings, a 50-50 drawing, and a Lucky 13 Raffle for three major prizes. Also, everyone is encouraged to bring at least one non-perishable food item and/or a personal care item for OCO to distribute to the homeless. "Emily Bradshaw, Oswego resident and advocate for the county's homeless, has agreed to serve as honorary chairperson of our event this year," Copps said. "If you can't participate in our activities on April 13, you can still help," Copps said.
Also at hand for the presentation were, from left: Bea Welch, member of the Vision Network; Gladys Little, member of the Oswego County Visually Impaired Group; Chairman Leeman; Ingerson; Betsy Copps, director of information and compliance for Oswego County Opportunities, Inc.; and Ken Skillen, advocate at the Oswego ARISE.
The presentation was made to members of the Vision Network which included Sabine Ingerson, director of the Oswego ARISE and chairperson of the Vision Network; along with Bea Welch, member of the Vision Network; Gladys Little, member of the Oswego County Visually Impaired Group; Betsy Copps, director of information and compliance for Oswego County Opportunities, Inc.; and Ken Skillen, advocate at the Oswego ARISE.
Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) Board President, Connie Cosemento (l) and Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier (r) present the OCO Distinguished Volunteers of the Year Award to members of the agency's Bowl-A-Fun committee Debra French, second from left, and Diane Wood, second from right. Absent from the photo are committee members Betsy Copps, Colette Nellis, Christine Prevost, Toni Ross, Denise Russell and Patrick Waite.
Absent from the photo are committee members Betsy Copps, Colette Nellis, Christine Prevost, Toni Ross, Denise Russell and Patrick Waite. Members of this year's Bowl-A-Fun Committee include Betsy Copps, Debra French, Colette Nellis, Christine Prevost, Diane Cooper-Currier, Toni Ross, Denise Russell, Patrick Waite and Diane Wood.
"We are excited about our participation in the AmazonSmile program," said Betsy Copps, director of information and compliance for OCO.