September 11, 2017
The Oswego County Legislature's Human Services Committee recognized Keeghan McSweeney with the 2017 "Paul Santore Award for Outstanding Youth." McSweeney was involved with various Oswego City-County Youth Bureau programs from seventh grade through his high school graduation in 2015. For three summers, he worked as a staff member at Camp Hollis and, while attending Cazenovia College, he became a resident assistant, president of the Cazenovia Campus Activity Board and a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a national community service fraternity. McSweeney also serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Scriba Volunteer Fire Department. A dedicated youth leader and citizen, McSweeney is a shining example of caring, commitment and dedication. Pictured from left are legislators Shane Broadwell, District 17; Jacob A. Mulcahey, District 15; Thomas Drumm, District 16; Committee Chairman Daniel LeClair, District 8; Bill McSweeney, Keeghan's father; Maggie McSweeney, Keeghan's sister; Keeghan McSweeney; Lisa Santore-Miller, Paul Santore's daughter; Cathy McSweeney, Keeghan's mother; Brian Chetney, executive director of the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau; Marie C. Schadt, District 19; Heather DelConte, District 18; John Proud, District 7; and Committee Vice Chairman Tim Stahl, District 20.
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