Miss-a-Meal program supports hurricane relief

posing participantsThis semester’s Miss-a-Meal program raised $5,480.73 for American Red Cross hurricane-relief activities. 

In all, 2,040 students signed up to skip a meal at a dining hall and have the money they would have spent support the fundraiser, which is a collaboration of the Student Association and Auxiliary Services.

Shown are some of the planners and participants: From left, Craig Traub and Sandy King of Auxiliary Services; senior Ian Farrell, SA president; junior Pat Callahan, SA director of student affairs; senior Matthew Wioncek, SA Webmaster; and junior Tony Love, a Cooper Dining Hall employee. Click on the picture to see a larger image.

The activity was part of more than $17,000 in hurricane-relief fundraising by many groups at SUNY Oswego.

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(Posted: Nov 30, 2005)

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