Anne L. Bodwitch, 95, of Fulton, passed away peacefully Wednesday July 9 at St. Camillus Health and Rehabilitation Center, Syracuse.
Mrs. Bodwitch was born in Oswego, NY to the late Albert and Stella (Skrowron) Segal (Szczyciel). She had been a resident of Fulton for most of her life.
When it’s hot, it’s hot!
That’s for sure. Just ask anyone who was hanging around on those couple of days recently when temperatures hit the 90s.
I’m thankful for the comfort of air conditioning. I also enjoy being outside on warm summer days.
A reenactment of the Great Rope carry was part of the Oswego Independence Day Parade July 6. The story of the carry will be presented in a play to be performed Aug. 2 at Fort Ontario.
Submitted by Oswego County Tourism
More than 40 years ago, Rosemary Nesbitt penned a play about a 12-year-old boy involved in the War of 1812.
The play, in which Oswego settlers played a major role, is called “The Great Rope,” and it is scheduled to be presented in August as part of the War of 1812 200th anniversary commemoration.
Obama? How about Bush?
How careless of the Valley News in typesetting reader Langdon’s letter!
His entire section on the glorious reign of George Bush and Dick Cheney was omitted under the heading “Texas Viewpoints”.
This shows two acrylic paintings on vintage cabinet doors that will be part of the exhibition. Artist is Sandra Dowie.
The Art Association of Oswego is opening its 2014 Annual Member’s Exhibition, which will run July 19 to Aug. 17 at the Art Association building in Oswego.
This exhibition showcases recent works of art by Art Association of Oswego members and includes photography, painting, ceramic, print making, stained glass, sculpture and mixed media pieces.
Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) Service Delivery Specialist, Sandy Wells (seated) and Planning Coordinator Kristin LaBarge prepare to enter consumer intake information at the agency’s newest intake site located inside OCO’s Community Service Center, 5871 Scenic Ave. in Mexico.
For individuals and families in need of human services, contacting Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) is a good first move.
OCO, Oswego County’s largest human services agency, has made the initial process of accessing services easier than ever. To better serve those in need, OCO has added its Mexico Nutrition Center, 5871 Scenic Ave. (Route 3) as its third intake site.
I got mail, lots and lots of mail — email that is!
The first one I’m going to tell you about came from Tom Frawley who once helped me with a Respect Week project during my time with the Community Task Force back in the early 2000s.