United Way of SDG’s flag raised at Cornwall City Hall

Seen in image above: (left to right) - Scott Rogers (UW Campaign Team), Leslie O’Shaughnessy (Mayor, City of Cornwall), Carol Sauve (UW Campaign Team), Pauline Bray (UW Campaign Co-Chair) Nolan Quinn (UW Board President), Bill Makinson (UW Campaign Chair), Stephanie Lalonde (UW Campaign/Communications Coordinator), and Lori Greer (UW Executive Director). Photo Credit: Nicholas Seebruch

CORNWALL — United Way/Centraide SD&G flag is raised in front of city hall for the City of Cornwall.

Mayor Leslie O’Shaughnessy represented the City of Cornwall on Wednesday joined by members of the United Way/Centraide Campaign Team and Board of Directors to raise the United Way/Centraide SD&G flag for the City of Cornwall.

“We are extremely grateful to the City of Cornwall for once again raising our flag assisting with recognition and awareness for United Way Centraide SD&G”, said Lori Greer, United Way/Centraide Executive Director.“We are thrilled for the support received through employee payroll deductions and special events. Thank you for being United Way/Centraide heroes!”

United Way Centraide SD&G is governed by a local Board of Directors, who, with United Way staff and volunteers help to raise funds which support crucial local programs assisting thousands of people throughout SD&G. Our mission is to improve lives and build our community by working together with priorities focused on moving people from Poverty to Possibility, creating Healthy People & Strong Communities and helping Kids Be All They Can Be.

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