OSWEGO — Oswego County Federal Credit Union employees and their families distributed new adult hats, gloves and winter scarves on trees in various parks in Oswego, Fulton and Mexico, said Bill Carhart, CEO.

OCFCU and their partner, Exelon Generation, collected these items at all OCFCU branches in Oswego, Fulton and Mexico from Nov. 23, 2020 to Jan. 5.

“Our employees and their families look forward to distributing these items every winter,” said Danielle Hayden, OCFCU business development specialist and program chair. “We hope that the hundreds of gloves, scarves, mittens, and hats we shared will keep Oswego County residents warmer through these cold months.”

OCFCU was chartered in 1975 and serves residents and business owners of Oswego County. OCFCU serves over 12,000 members throughout the county. For further information visit www.oswegofcu.org and they are on Facebook as “Oswego County Federal Credit Union.”

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