LIVINGSTON COUNTY — On Wednesday the United Way of Livingston County held it’s Day of Caring.
During this day, 275 students and chaperones form Geneseo, York, Livonia, Cal-Mum, and Keshequa high schools came together to work on community service projects. The projects ranged from yard work and cleaning, to delivering “Meals on Wheels” alongside the Office for the Aging.
“This is the largest turn-out of volunteers that we’ve ever had for our Day of Caring,” said Karen Rumfola, the regional director for the Livingston County United Way. ” There will be another Day of Caring in the fall which will include local area businesses such as Walmart, Community Bank, Wegmans, Tompkins/ Bank of Castile and Five Star Bank employees.”
The Geneseo Wegmans was able to raise $8,296.29 to support the United Way during the spring campaign, and hope to increase that number in the fall.