SeaComm Makes Corporate Pledge to NCCC

SeaComm recently contributed the second installment of a five year, $25,000 Scholarship Endowment for North Country Community College. The scholarship was created to promote higher education in the north country, lending support to students who are dedicated to both their studies and their community. The SeaComm Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually, over the course of five years, to a deserving student from St. Lawrence, Franklin or Clinton County.

Pictured from left are NCCC Board President John Dowd, NCCC Director of Development Diana Fortune, and SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson.

SeaComm Donates to Toys for Tots

Our generous employees were pleased to contribute to those less fortunate this holiday season by donating toys to support Toys for Tots and the Holiday Helpers. These programs, operated by the Salvation Army and JCEO, deliver toys to local children in need.

SeaComm Donates to Clinton Community College

SeaComm recently contributed the second installment of a five year, $25,000 Scholarship Endowment for Clinton Community College. The scholarship was created to support higher education in the north country, aligning with the college’s mission to deliver educational opportunities that enrich minds and strengthen the regional economy. The SeaComm Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually, over the course of five years, to a deserving student from St. Lawrence, Franklin or Clinton County.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Financial Service Representative Jamie Dowler, SeaComm Branch Manager Yvonne Alterie, Clinton Community College VP of Institutional Advancement Steven Frederick, and SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson.

SeaComm Makes Corporate Pledge to Claxton Hepburn

SeaComm recently delivered the third installment of a five year, $25,000 pledge to the Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Foundation. The funds will be used to support the Center in its mission to provide exceptional care and state-of-the-art treatment to area residents.

Pictured from left are Executive Director of the Claxton Hepburn Medical Foundation Amanda Hitterman, and SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson.

SeaComm's Annual Support for the Neighborhood Centers

SeaComm donated a combined total of $5,000 to the local Neighborhood Centers of St. Lawrence County and the JCEO Food and Nutrition Program of Franklin County. These organizations provide services such as emergency shelter, utilities, and food to families in need during the holiday season.

SeaComm Donates to MMH Foundation

SeaComm recently delivered the second installment of a five year, $25,000 pledge to the Massena Memorial Hospital Foundation. The funds will be used to support the foundation’s mission to enhance patient care at the hospital through the purchase of new equipment, patient comfort, staff education and training.

Pictured from left are Executive Director of the MMH Foundation Julia Rose, and SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson.

SeaComm Donates to CPH

SeaComm donated $500 to Canton-Potsdam Hospital. The funds will be used to assist in purchasing necessary hospital equipment, to help develop innovative models of care, and to further promote a healthy future for St. Lawrence County.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Assistant Branch Manager Elizabeth Myers, Canton-Potsdam Hospital Executive Director April Grant, and SeaComm Branch Manager Tandy Cyrus.

SeaComm Donates to Massena Music Friends

SeaComm made a donation of $250 to Massena Music Friends. The funds will be used to support the upcoming concert, “Winter Wonderland,” being held on Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Massena High School auditorium, featuring the Orchestra of Northern New York. The donation will help to ensure that the ticket sales directly benefit school music programs.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Financial Service Assistant Jessica MacMillan-Barney, SeaComm Financial Service Representative Jeff Reynolds, Massena Music Friends Co-Chair Carol Pulley, and Massena Music Friends Co-Chair Susanne Daye.

SeaComm Helps Fight Animal Cruelty

SeaComm delivered a donation of pet supplies to the Elmore Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The supplies included pet food, pet toys, collars, pet treats, cat litter, food and water dishes, and other items to help support the SPCA.

Pictured from left are Elmore SPCA Shelter Assistant Mary Fredenburg, Mixed American Staffordshire Terrier Charlie, and SeaComm Business Development Representative David Campagna.

SeaComm Donates to Massena Meals on Wheels

SeaComm delivered a $500 donation to the 33rd Annual Massena Meals on Wheels radio telethon. The funds will be used to support the operations of the Meals on Wheels program, which provides meals to people in the community who would not otherwise have access to nutritious, home-cooked food

Pictured from left are SeaComm Branch Manager Amy Hartford, and Massena Meals on Wheels Executive Director Jessica Fregoe.