Message from NYCC Executive Director Laurie S. Worrall

NYCC Friends,

It’s a difficult moment for those of us who are New Yorkers living well outside of the destructive path that Hurricane Sandy took earlier this week. There is a strong impulse in all of us to DO something. Well, you can.

Donate money and blood to the Red Cross. Over 100 blood drives were canceled in the New York Metropolitan area last week due to the storm. Blood supplies are reported to be very low. Equally as important, take the money you would spend on gas and travel to help out in New York City and donate it to the Red Cross. I have included two links below, one from our friends at the New York Metropolitan Area for Public Service (Genea Stewart) and for the NY Red Cross. Both are great ways to stay in touch with recovery efforts.

Finally, let’s continue to keep our friends in the wider NY Metropolitan Area in our thoughts as they continue their process of recovery.

Best wishes to all of you,

Laurie S. Worrall

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Your Voter Registration Card

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about voting these last few days and would like to let you know that you do not need to present a voter registration card in order to vote. You will only need a photo I.D. If for any reason you would like to request a new one please contact the board of elections in the county in which you are currently registered.

Election Night Celebration November 6th!

Come down on Tuesday, November 6th to our Election Night Celebration with your peers from 8 pm to midnight in the Campus Center Food Court! There will be pizza, drinks, games, and your chance to win an iPad mini along with some other great prizes. We will also be holding a pizza election for Oswego”s Best Pizza between Mark’s, Bridge Street Pizza, Dominoes, Pizza Hut, the Pie Guys, Gino and Joe’s, and Cam’s. Of course, you’ll have to taste them all first!