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Integrated Community Planning In The News
Friday, May 12, 2023 is now recognized as Child Care Provider Appreciation Day. It is an opportunity to express gratitude to child care providers for their dedication in providing high quality care to children.
Thanks to the GDMF grant, ICP was able to purchase food-only gift cards as well as put together welcome kits consisting of a reusable shopping bag filled with a variety of items required to serve nutritious meals such as plates, cutlery, napkins, cups and bowls to be given to new CACFP providers.
Please join us in honoring all CACFP providers for their invaluable work done on behalf of NYS children. Be sure to ask your child care provider if they participate in CACFP, if not please encourage them to join!
ECA of Oswego County will coordinate collaborative efforts across community-based organizations, educational institutions, health care providers and businesses to develop a united, comprehensive infrastructure of care across the county for children from birth to age 5.
The Oswego County Traffic Safety Board, a division of Integrated Community Planning of Oswego County, recognizes seven members of various Oswego County law enforcement agencies as Traffic Safety Champions of 2022. These individuals have shown a dedication to traffic safety and keeping our community safe.
Integrated Community Planning of Oswego County, Inc., was recently recognized for its 35th anniversary as a nonprofit agency in Oswego County. To commemorate the anniversary, Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow presented a certificate of recognition to ICP Executive Director Brandy Koproski and Programs Coordinator Stephanie Burdick.