Event recounts Safe Haven history

Safe Haven, the story of the European refugees who arrived in Oswego in 1944, will be commemorated at the June meeting of the Scriba Historical Society at 7 p.m. Monday, June 9 at the Scriba Municipal Building on Creamery Road. This is part of this 70th anniversary of the event, which will feature different programs throughout the community during the month of June. For example, there will be a Safe Haven display in the Oswego Public Library’s Art Gallery. Judy Rappaport, president of the Safe Haven Museum at Fort Ontario (pictured here), will be the presenter at this meeting. Everyone is invited to attend to hear this informative, entertaining story of the only World War II refugee center in this country.
Safe Haven, the story of the European refugees who arrived in Oswego in 1944, will be commemorated at the June meeting of the Scriba Historical Society at 7 p.m. Monday, June 9 at the Scriba Municipal Building on Creamery Road. This is part of this 70th anniversary of the event, which will feature different programs throughout the community during the month of June. For example, there will be a Safe Haven display in the Oswego Public Library’s Art Gallery. Judy Rappaport, president of the Safe Haven Museum at Fort Ontario (pictured here), will be the presenter at this meeting. Everyone is invited to attend to hear this informative, entertaining story of the only World War II refugee center in this country.
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