The Oswego Players proudly present Cathleen O’Brien Brown in the coveted role of Mama Rose in their summer production of the great American musical “Gypsy.”
Brown will be accompanied by a six-piece band and an all-star local cast from all over Upstate NY for this Sondheim spectacular.
The First United Methodist Church of Fulton is sponsoring its fifth annual golf tournament at 8 a.m. Saturday Aug. 9 at the Emerald Crest Golf Course, Palermo.
The event will offer every participant food and prizes in addition to a round of golf.
The tourney is held each year for fun, fellowship and to raise money for the church’s ministries in this community.
For more information, call the church office at 592-7347.
By Leon Archer
Working outside on really hot muggy days was never my favorite thing to do, but I put a fair amount of time into it when I was younger.
Once I became a teenager, I began to realize that this world runs on money, a lot more money than I could come up with by selling night crawlers and begging from my parents.
Pictured is Oswego County BOCES Director of Adult and Migrant Education Paul Gugel with graduating seniors Lluvia Mendoza, Alissa Gilbert, Wilmer Jimenez and Michael Egan.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
The Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services Program at Oswego County BOCES recently held its annual graduation and recognition ceremony.
The Oswego County Soil and Water Conservation District is offering free mosquito larvicide kits for the general public again this year.
One free kit per homeowner is to be utilized around the perimeter area of their homes in containerized pockets of water.
Students and instructors of the Oswego County 2014 Search and Rescue Academy are, front row from left, Debbie Palm, Aaron Albrecht, Patti Ruffos, Kathleen Shumway, Erica Schreiner, Colleen Borland, and Tom Fazzio; and back row, Eric Svelland, Sharon Kitchie, Thom Benedetto, Patty Benedetto, Patrick Corbett, David Kitchie, Scott Morehouse, Joe Homola, Karl Lawton, Shawn Narrow, Glenn Charron, Scott Chubon, Tyler Pickard, Dan Arena and Roger Fox.
On Saturday, June 14, the 11 students of the county’s Search and Rescue (SAR) Academy completed their final field testing and certification, culminating classroom and field work that started in March and entailed more than 108 hours of instruction.