August 1st was our noon meeting and another hot day. We sure have had some warm weather this year. The summer has just flown by. Our birthday folks are Barry Newman and Bev Reynolds. Many more to both of you. Julie Lanning was out 50-50 winner. It is fun to win the prize. Our guest(…)
Bishop’s Commons volunteers of all ages have been lending helping hands in many ways assisting residents with the many activity programs planned for the next few months. Volunteers ranging in age from 12 to 92 share as little as one to two hours a month or as much as several hours a week. “We are(…)
SUNY Oswego’s RSVP will hold an orientation for prospective volunteers at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 19 at the Park Street United Methodist Church in Pulaski. The session for interested adults who are retired, semi-retired or considering retirement will take place following the RSVP Osteo Bone Builders class from 10 to 11 a.m. at the church.(…)
SUNY Oswego’s RSVP has teamed with Nova Tours to offer a motor coach trip Sept. 14 to 16 to Washington, D.C., and its sights, including the Smithsonian Institution, fine dining, shopping and guided tours. The package includes round-trip transportation on a DVD- and lavatory-equipped motor coach, baggage handling, two nights’ accommodation at Hampton Inn and(…)
Following are the AARP’s Driver Safety Program classes for the months of June and July: • June 28 and 29, a class will be held at Minetto at 9 a.m. Those seeking more information may call 343 2393, • July 10 and 11, a class will be held in Palermo at 930 a.m. Those seeking(…)
Alliance Bank has awarded the Senior Book Discussion Group a $1,000 grant. The group is sponsored by Oswego County Visually Impaired and Aurora of Central New York, a nonprofit that serves people in central New York who have vision and hearing loss. It is hosted by Springside at Seneca Hill. “Alliance Bank NA understands the(…)
Residents of Fulton Mill Apartments in Fulton recently gathered with representatives from the American Red Cross of Central New York and Catholic Charities of Oswego County to celebrate the first anniversary of the I’m OK program. An initiative of the American Red Cross, the I’m OK program is a neighbor-to-neighbor program that benefits residents by(…)
Over eighty volunteers from St. Luke Health Services gathered in the Riverview Room Thursday at St. Luke for a luncheon hosted in their honor. The theme for the event, “Thanks For The Memories” acknowledged the many contributions volunteers of all ages make on behalf of St. Luke residents throughout the year.