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Event celebrates members for their ability to adapt, innovate and endure Community leaders share opportunities driving recovery and progress Chena Tucker (right), director of SUNY Oswego’s Office of Business and Community Relations, received The Nancy L. Premo — Woman of Distinction Award. On the left is Katie Toomey, director of Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce. The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GOFCC) today hosted its 2021 annual meeting. In keeping with this year’s theme, members and community leaders were celebrated for their ability to Adapt, Innovate and Endure. During the virtual event, GOFCC Executive Director Katie Toomey highlighted the chamber’s programs and ongoing efforts to support members and drive economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 economic crisis. “This past year, Oswego County faced unprecedented challenges, yet was able to meet this moment of crisis by focusing on partnerships and supporting each other as a community,” said Toomey. “Now as we work to accelerate our recovery, we do so knowing that we have the raw materials to achieve anything we set our collective sights to. The year ahead holds new opportunities and I look forward to working with our partners across the region to drive us toward our bold vision