We Proudly Support Our Community

McClurg and its employees are actively involved in the community and have contributed labor, materials and financial support to more than sixty not-for-profit groups in Central New York, including:

Adapt CNY
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association Walk-A-Thon
ARC of Onondaga County
Brian Amidon Fundraiser
Camillus Figure Skating Club
Casey's Place
Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Foundation
Centers for Nature Education at Baltimore Woods
Central New York Friends-Home Renovation
Champions for Life, Inc,
Civic Morning Musicals
Clark/Luchsinger Charity Tournament
Community General Hospital
Crop Walk, Marcellus and Skaneateles
Cutting Edge of Camillus Precision Skating Team
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
CYR Family Renovation
Easter Seals
East Syracuse Minoa School-to-Work Program
Elmcrest Children's Center
Fayetteville Manlius Habitat for Humanity
Friends of L'Arche of Greater Syracuse
Gallinger Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon
Habitat for Humanity
Hospice of Central New York
Humane Association of Central New York
Huntington Family Center, Inc.
Jamesville-DeWitt High School Music Department
Jamesville DeWitt Music Booster Club
John J. LaManche Memorial Golf Tournament
Johnson Family Home Project
Jubilee Homes YouthBuild Program
Kirk Park Colts Pop Warner Football Association
Limeledge Family Daycare Center
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America
Macular Degeneration Foundation
Marcellus Academic Club
Marcellus Athletic Booster Club
Marcellus Invitational Soccer Tournament
Marcellus Historical Society
Marcellus Optimist Club
Marcellus Parent Nursery School Big Trucks Event
Marcellus Parks and Recreation
Marcellus Recreation Commission
Marcellus S.A.D.D. After-the-Ball Party
Martisco Lion's Club
Matt Updike Fundraiser
Muscular Dystrophy Association
New York State Antique Tractor Pull
Onondaga, Cayuga, Madison County BOCES
Otisco Lake Community Association
Ribbons and Bows Racing Team
Ride for Literacy
Rockwell Elementary School
Sara House
Skaneateles After-the-Ball Program
Syracuse Developmental Services Office
The Pursuit of Happiness, LLC
Toys for Tots
Upstate Medical University Health Professions Alumni Association
Vera House
WCNY Tel Auc
West Genesee High School Band
West Genesee High School Yearbook
West Genesee Sports Booster Club

Johnson Family Home Project

Johnson Family Home Project

In early 2011, Scott McClurg became involved helping a former colleague, retired Syracuse Fire Department Deputy Chief Dave Johnson, his wife, Diana, and their family of 29 children (3 "home grown", 14 adopted and 12 foster children). In February, Scott was part of a community group that nominated the Johnson Family for the ABC television show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”. The Johnsons were nominated because of their service to the CNY community and their advocacy for and adoption of children in need. When ABC did not select the Johnsons for the show, Scott and members of the Syracuse Fire Department, including Project co-leader Captain Bob Whitehead, decided to renovate the Johnson home as a community project. Project demolition began on April 16, 2012 and, after three weeks of around the clock work by more than 200 volunteers (including the entire McClurg Team), the Johnson's moved into their new home on May 7, 2012.

 

McClurg Team at Johnson Family HomeMcClurg Team at the Johnson Family Home
on "Reveal Day" - May 7, 2012

McClurg built book shelf unitBook Shelf Built by McClurg Lead Carpenter Jim Welsh