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IBEW Local 43 Donates Baby Items to Oswego Hospital's Maternity Center

Community news | Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Contact: Marion Ciciarelli

The IBEW Local 43’s apprentice class continued its holiday tradition at Oswego Health and recently donated baby items for new families at the Maternity Center as part of a class service project.

To support the project, class members collect bottles and cans throughout the year through the IBEW’s Cans4Kids program. The funds are then used to purchase items needed by area hospitals and other organizations.

Pictured from left, Nychole Utter, RN; Michele Hourigan and Margaret Barclay, of the Oswego Health Foundation; Apprentices Marverick James, Eamon Lacey, Jake Dumas, and Jesse Kilmer, with Emily and Tessa Kilmer; Rich Shopland, Electrical Training Alliance Instructor; Kim Spurling, Maternity Center Director; and Apprentice Nicole O’Brien.

Oswego Health’s Maternity Center offers families a comfortable and homey environment; featuring attractive private rooms, each with its own bathroom containing a large soaking tub. This environment is complemented by the latest technology. A caring and knowledgeable staff oversees the entire family's needs.

To learn more about the Maternity Center, or to arrange a tour, please call 315-349-5572.