Staff and volunteers from ARISE who helped clean Rowlee Beach Park included, from left to right, Mike Moss, Jim Karasek, Kristen Drumm, Elizabeth Weimer, Marjorie Yerdon, Christine Ward, Kris Rabideau and Jim Cronk.
On Thursday, April 24 a team of staff members and volunteers from ARISE’s Oswego offices arrived at Rowlee Beach Park in Fulton to help clean up the park.
The wind was brisk and made it feel like the upper 30s instead of the “balmy” upper 40s that it was.
School board winners will be in italics.
The Dark Room, located inside Zink Shirts in Oswego, will host a live event at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
Titus Andronicus and Baked will perform live. Titus Andronicus is a rock band that started in 2005. They are touring the east coast this summer and will be making an appearance in Oswego. Baked provides a psychedelic blues-rock feel to their music. Continue reading
A floral by Rose Besch
A long-time resident of the area, Rose Besch has returned from her annual winter trip in Florida and has her art back on display at the Arts in the heArt Gallery on 47 S. First St., Fulton.
A retired teacher, Besch has always had the opportunity to do what she loves — art. Continue reading
Two Oswego County residents have been named to top positions in Girl Scouts.
Sonia Robinson, of Oswego has been named to the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways board of directors.
Robinson is a public health educator and emergency planning coordinator for Oswego County Health Department. She chairs the council’s Advancement Committee.
She was elected as an at-large member.
Dianne Stancato, of Constantia, has been named to represent the local Girl Scouts organization at the U.S.A. National Council Session in Salt Lake City, UT in October.
Stancato is chief operations officer of Girl Scouts NYPENN. She has been involved in all aspects of Girl Scouting since joining the staff in 2006.
Julie Schofield, who earned dual bachelor’s degrees in women’s studies and English at SUNY Oswego and plans to continue with graduate school, has earned a Fulbright scholarship that will allow her to conduct research in India for about 10 months.
Submitted by SUNY Oswego
A moving study-abroad experience and a world of determination have led to Julie Schofield becoming SUNY Oswego’s first student Fulbright scholar in more than a decade.
New Vision students Meghan LiVoti and Evan Davis, both of Oswego, along with their classmates, will share information on diabetes with the community. The diabetes event will be held May 27 and 29 from 9 to 11 a.m. and then from noon to 2 p.m. both days in the lobbies of Oswego Hospital, the Oswego Health Services Center, the Fulton Urgent Care Center and the Fulton Health Center.
A group of high school students who have spent their senior year exploring careers in the medical field at Oswego Hospital will share some of what they have learned with members of the community.
At the end of each school year, Oswego Hospital’s New Vision students from this Oswego BOCES program typically complete individual projects requiring them to research a disease.