Category Archives: Milestones

2 win journalism scholarships

The Professional Journalists and Communicators Club of Oswego County (PJC) recently announce the recipients of the club’s scholarship awards.  From left are: PJC Treasurer, Mary Ellen Barbeau of the Oswego County Department of Tourism; PJC Vice President, John DeRousie of Custom Marketing Solutions; Tara Stacy, recipient of the PJC Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award; Guest Speaker and PJC Member, Jeffery Rea of SUNY Oswego Office of Public Affairs; Scholarship Recipient, James Bailey of G. Ray Bodley High School; and PJC President Marion Ciciarelli of Oswego Health.
The Professional Journalists and Communicators Club of Oswego County (PJC) recently announce the recipients of the club’s scholarship awards. From left are: PJC Treasurer, Mary Ellen Barbeau of the Oswego County Department of Tourism; PJC Vice President, John DeRousie of Custom Marketing Solutions; Tara Stacy, recipient of the PJC Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award; Guest Speaker and PJC Member, Jeffery Rea of SUNY Oswego Office of Public Affairs; Scholarship Recipient, James Bailey of G. Ray Bodley High School; and PJC President Marion Ciciarelli of Oswego Health.

The Professional Journalists and Communicators of Oswego County (PJC) has awarded the organization’s Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award to Tara Stacy of Oswego High School.   Continue reading

Guernsey receives scholarship

Anna Guernsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guernsey, received the Robert Parkhurst Memorial Award presented by the Fulton Police Department. The police department annually gives $500 to a high school senior who shows Parkshurst’s qualities of a desire to succeed, genuine concern for others and a willingness to assist others. Parkhurst was a Fulton police officer killed in 1984 by a drunk driver. Guernsey will attend Fulton-Montgomery Community College majoring in radiologic technology. Pictured are Officer Ken Sheldon, Fulton police; Guernsey; Honey Parkhurst, Officer Parkhurst’s mother; and Detective Mike Curtis of the Fulton police.
Anna Guernsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guernsey, received the Robert Parkhurst Memorial Award presented by the Fulton Police Department. The police department annually gives $500 to a high school senior who shows Parkshurst’s qualities of a desire to succeed, genuine concern for others and a willingness to assist others. Parkhurst was a Fulton police officer killed in 1984 by a drunk driver. Guernsey will attend Fulton-Montgomery Community College majoring in radiologic technology. Pictured are Officer Ken Sheldon, Fulton police; Guernsey; Honey Parkhurst, Officer Parkhurst’s mother; and Detective Mike Curtis of the Fulton police.

Vegetable Growers Association awards 2 scholarships

The Vegetable Growers Association of Oswego County presented the third annual Danny C. Dunsmoor Scholarship Award to Garrett Dunsmoor of Oswego High School. Dunsmoor will attend St. Lawrence University in the fall. Pictured from left to right are: David Sorbello (Association President), Judy Queale-Dunsmoor, Garrett Dunsmoor, John Dunsmoor, Cory Jacobson (Association Vice President).
The Vegetable Growers Association of Oswego County presented the third annual Danny C. Dunsmoor Scholarship Award to Garrett Dunsmoor of Oswego High School. Dunsmoor will attend St. Lawrence University in the fall. Pictured from left to right are: David Sorbello (Association President), Judy Queale-Dunsmoor, Garrett Dunsmoor, John Dunsmoor, Cory Jacobson (Association Vice President).
The Vegetable Growers Association of Oswego County presented the third annual Danny C. Dunsmoor Scholarship Award to Noah Sorbello of G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton. Sorbello will attend Cornell University in the fall. Pictured from left to right are: Dana Sorbello, Noah Sorbello, David Sorbello (Association President), Cory Jacobson (Association Vice President), Liz Sorbello.
The Vegetable Growers Association of Oswego County presented the third annual Danny C. Dunsmoor Scholarship Award to Noah Sorbello of G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton. Sorbello will attend Cornell University in the fall. Pictured from left to right are: Dana Sorbello, Noah Sorbello, David Sorbello (Association President), Cory Jacobson (Association Vice President), Liz Sorbello.

Lockwood honored on retirement

Lockwood
Lockwood

On June 15, Janet Lockwood was honored upon her retirement after many years of dedicated service to Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church.

Among her many activities, she was nursery director, a member of the Senowen Club, Birthday Circle and was church custodian for many years.

A reception was held in her honor after the Sunday June 15 workshop service.