Daigle named UW Volunteer of the Year

Allain Daigle, (seated center) a member of the SUNY Oswego faculty and owner of Tiny Owl Media, received the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Volunteer of Year Award at the agency’s Annual Meeting and Salute to Volunteers held March 12 at the American Foundry in Oswego. Pictured with Daigle are standing from left: United Way Campaign Cabinet members; Dick Delaney of Novelis; Rob Rolfe of Harmony Financial Services; Terry Syrell of CENG, Wally Dengos of National Grid; and Brian Finn of Entergy.  Seated from left are: Campaign Cabinet member Doug McRae of Bond, Schoeneck & King; and Kathy Fenlon, president of the United Way’s Board of Directors.
Allain Daigle, (seated center) a member of the SUNY Oswego faculty and owner of Tiny Owl Media, received the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Volunteer of Year Award at the agency’s Annual Meeting and Salute to Volunteers held March 12 at the American Foundry in Oswego. Pictured with Daigle are standing from left: United Way Campaign Cabinet members; Dick Delaney of Novelis; Rob Rolfe of Harmony Financial Services; Terry Syrell of CENG, Wally Dengos of National Grid; and Brian Finn of Entergy. Seated from left are: Campaign Cabinet member Doug McRae of Bond, Schoeneck & King; and Kathy Fenlon, president of the United Way’s Board of Directors.

Allain Daigle, a member of the SUNY Oswego faculty and owner of Tiny Owl Media, received the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Volunteer of Year Award at the agency’s Annual Meeting and Salute to Volunteers March 12 at the American Foundry in Oswego.

A strong proponent of Oswego County, Daigle was recognized for donating his time and talent to produce videos for United Way’s Annual Campaign Kick-Off and Annual Meeting.

“Allain has played an important role in helping tell the story of United Way and how the programs we fund positively effect those they serve,” said United Way Executive Director Melanie Trexler.

“His generosity and willingness to share his considerable talents truly captures the essence of our theme; It is our Community and It is Personal!” she said.

“It has been a real pleasure for me to produce these videos and tell these stories of Oswego County,” Daigle said.

“They are stories that I enjoy listening to and I appreciate the opportunity to help share these stories to help us grow and understand that we all are part of the same community,” he said.

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