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Rotarians become Paul Harris Fellows

Oswego Rotary club recently celebrated recognition of four club members who were each awarded Paul Harris Fellows. The Paul Harris Fellowship is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary more than 100 years ago. The Fellowship was established in his honor in 1957 to express appreciation and recognition for a contribution of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. Every Paul Harris Fellow receives a pin and certificate when they become a fellow.  Pictured are Randy Zeigler, Corte Spencer, Thomas Ingram, David Granoff (Oswego Rotary Foundation Chair), Ann Seifried and club President Sue Witmer.
Oswego Rotary club recently celebrated recognition of four club members who were each awarded Paul Harris Fellows. The Paul Harris Fellowship is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary more than 100 years ago. The Fellowship was established in his honor in 1957 to express appreciation and recognition for a contribution of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. Every Paul Harris Fellow receives a pin and certificate when they become a fellow. Pictured are Randy Zeigler, Corte Spencer, Thomas Ingram, David Granoff (Oswego Rotary Foundation Chair), Ann Seifried and club President Sue Witmer.

Officials visit Lake Ontario Royal Arch Masons

On Monday, June 1, George A. Reed, assistant grand lecturer, and John B. Covell, district deputy grand high priest, made their annual official visit to Lake Ontario No. 165 Chapter of Royal Arch Masons. The Royal Arch Masons enjoyed a ham supper with their guests prepared by Lake City Victoria Eastern Star at their chapter located at 765 E. Seneca St., Oswego. The companions adjourned to their chapter rooms for a brief business meeting after which the books and records were  reviewed by Covell and Reed. Both officers gave a a talk about the plans for the coming year. Covell read a messaged form the Grand High Priest Piers A. Vaughan. At the conclusion of the meeting the Royal Arch Mason retired to refreshments. Pictured are front, Robert Taylor, John E. Congdon, Allen Boyce; back row, David Constable, the Rev. George A. Reed, William Pittsley, James Rizzo, Ronald Bond John Coville and Harry Frazer. Photo by Carol Reed
On Monday, June 1, George A. Reed, assistant grand lecturer, and John B. Covell, district deputy grand high priest, made their annual official visit to Lake Ontario No. 165 Chapter of Royal Arch Masons. The Royal Arch Masons enjoyed a ham supper with their guests prepared by Lake City Victoria Eastern Star at their chapter located at 765 E. Seneca St., Oswego. The companions adjourned to their chapter rooms for a brief business meeting after which the books and records were reviewed by Covell and Reed. Both officers gave a a talk about the plans for the coming year. Covell read a messaged form the Grand High Priest Piers A. Vaughan. At the conclusion of the meeting the Royal Arch Mason retired to refreshments. Pictured are front, Robert Taylor, John E. Congdon, Allen Boyce; back row, David Constable, the Rev. George A. Reed, William Pittsley, James Rizzo, Ronald Bond John Coville and Harry Frazer.
Photo by Carol Reed

Cultural fair at Fairley

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Third-graders at Fairley Elementary School learned about various countries at a Cultural Fair June 5. Students and their families sampled food from foreign countries and students wrote reports about a specific country’s history, language, celebrations and national sport. Celeste Stevens (right) shares facts about Brazil with her mother Nancy.