AND THE UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN WINNER IS...
As many of you know, the Town of Canandaigua and the Town of Victor Supervisors decided to place a friendly competition for their Town's United Way Campaign this year. The loser had to wear the winning schools jersey to a Board of Supervisors meeting.
The first part of the competition was the Food Drive. Judgment Day was April 15, 2015 and the clear winner (besides the eleven food pantries that were restocked around Ontario County) was Canandaigua with a total of six truckloads of food to the Town of Victor's one van.
The second part of the competition was percentage of employee participation for donations. Both municipalities strived for a goal of 50% participation from employees. After some hard work, the Town of Canandaigua amazingly received 75% participation from their employees. The Town of Victor received 50% participation.
We are so proud that everyone was able to come together and support such a wonderful cause. What started as a friendly competition does nothing but benefit our community and we want to thank EVERYONE involved in making this campaign so successful. We especially want to thank Supervisor Marren, who wore his Braves jersey to this week's Board of Supervisors meeting like a great sport. Can't wait to see what next year brings!