United Way Seeks More Corporate Involvement

New director, a Sandy Creek resident, says ambitious $1 million goal not met this year.
By Natalie J. Woodall

    One of the goals of the new executive director at Greater Oswego County United Way is to increase the number of companies participating in the agency's annual fundraising campaigns. Maureen Quinlan, who took over the position Feb. 18, said that Constella... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 65

Issue 65
April/May 2003

Profiles

Stephen Lyman

My First Job

First Job as Volunteer Didn't Seem Like a Job

On The Job

How could the conflict in Iraq affect your business?

My Turn

"Unavailable for Comment"

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Why Your Writing Can Make or Break Your Business

Starting Up

Antique Dealers team Up to Open Ozzie's in Minetto

Economic Trends

Want to Start a Business?

Special Article

Thinking Inside the Box Often the Best Way

Last Page

Siberia to Oswego: A Trip I Will Never Forget

Healthcare Briefs