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Oswego County Health Clinics scheduled

Submitted by Oswego County

The Oswego County Health Department offers a variety of services to all residents of Oswego County, including preventive health services, certified home health care, long-term home health care, certified hospice, and a maternal and child health program.

The health department accepts cash or checks for payment. The department does not accept credit or debit cards.

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Hannibal Boy Scouts dedicate welcome sign

Hannibal Boy Scout Troop 780 dedicated the new Welcome Sign in Hannibal on Memorial Day. Life Scout Nate LaRock, pictured with the sign, constructed the sign as his Eagle project. The sign is located on land owned by Dick Patane in front of Freedom Real Estate. Nate worked with Hannibal town supervisor Ron Greenleaf, Jack and Faye Beckwith and Patane for location of the sign. Planning and construction of the sign took about 14 months. Michael LaRock, Nate’s dad, and Ted Pittsley of Oswego Valley Millwork helped with the sign layout and fabrication. Dan Carroll of Fulton assisted with landscape design. Sherwin-Williams paints in Oswego donated the paint and wood sealer. Nate applied for and was granted a Lowes Eagle Project program $100 gift card, which he used to purchase the bricks. D-K Manufacturing in Fulton helped with transporting materials to the site.Travis Floral shop in Hannibal assisted with selection of perennials.
Hannibal Boy Scout Troop 780 dedicated the new Welcome Sign in Hannibal on Memorial Day. Life Scout Nate LaRock, pictured with the sign, constructed the sign as his Eagle project. The sign is located on land owned by Dick Patane in front of Freedom Real Estate. Nate worked with Hannibal town supervisor Ron Greenleaf, Jack and Faye Beckwith and Patane for location of the sign. Planning and construction of the sign took about 14 months. Michael LaRock, Nate’s dad, and Ted Pittsley of Oswego Valley Millwork helped with the sign layout and fabrication. Dan Carroll of Fulton assisted with landscape design. Sherwin-Williams paints in Oswego donated the paint and wood sealer. Nate applied for and was granted a Lowes Eagle Project program $100 gift card, which he used to purchase the bricks. D-K Manufacturing in Fulton helped with transporting materials to the site.Travis Floral shop in Hannibal assisted with selection of perennials.

In and Around Hannibal: More about Hannibal Methodist Church

This Sunday marks the 175th Anniversary of the Hannibal Methodist Church.

The celebration will begin at 11 a.m. at Firemen’s Field on Rochester Street with an old fashioned revival meeting. Following there will be a picnic. Dress as you might have 175 years ago for church.

The day promises to be one filled with music and fun for everyone. Join them as they celebrate this milestone in the Hannibal Community. I hope to be there! Continue reading