Springside at Seneca Hill supports The Salvation Army

A few residents of Springside at Seneca Hill are pictured with the gifts recently purchased for distribution by the Oswego County Salvation Army. Pictured left side: Pat Simpson, Vickie Smith Springside activities coordinator and Barbara Burritt; right side: Sharon Seguin, Ginny Cooper, Anna Campbell and Jeannett Spicer. This is just one of several service projects carried out throughout the year for the benefit of people of Oswego County.

OSWEGO COUNTY - Independent living residents of the apartments and houses of Springside At Seneca Hill recently supported the work of The Salvation Army in Oswego County. They gave money and did the shopping for Christmas gifts for 10 families in need. Springside activities coordinator Vickie Smith coordinated the effort which involved collecting financial contributions from residents, completing the shopping in stores and online, and organizing all the items in gift bags ready for distribution at Christmas time. According to Smith, “Our residents were even more generous this year than they were last year. We had a great time doing this project.”

Springside is a residential community for senior adults who can live independently but wish to be free of the expense and maintenance that goes with owning a house. Information may be found online at: https://www.oswegohealth.org/retirement-living/

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