Snapshot: Silent Auction Raises Over $1,000 for Needy Families

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The Oswego Chamber of Commerce raised $1352 dollars this year for the Optimist Needy Families at Christmas Project through their Silent Auction.  Presenting the check is the Oswego Chamber Chairman of the Board Tim Leverich, Hometowne Insurance. 

Pictured left to right are Bryan Noble, Needy Families at Christmas Chairman; Ron Elvin, Oswegoland Optimist Club President; Angie Hibben, Special Projects Coordinator Oswego Chamber of Commerce, and Tim Leverich.

Special thanks to Angie Hibben for the photo and information. 

Richard R January 18, 2013 at 12:37 AM
Nice to see this happen. Even in a down economy people step up to help those less fortunate. Congrats to those that helped.


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