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Tour group forming to visit memorials, monuments in the nation’s capital

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 Suites Hotel, two breakfasts, one dinner, an illumination tour and a three-and-a-half-hour city tour.

There will be free time for tourists to explore and shop on their own.

Those interested in participating should contact Nova Tours’ Carol Fox, 342-1245, by Monday, July 27 and make a deposit.

Fox, an RSVP volunteer, has previously managed cruises and day trips on behalf of the organization.

RSVP, sponsored in Oswego County by SUNY Oswego and the United Way, and Nova Tours plan to offer an excursion to New York City later this year.

Those seeking more information about RSVP programs and volunteer opportunities may call 312-2317 or email rsvp@oswego.edu.

Jerry Brown participates in a past Clean Sweep along the Oswego River walk. SUNY Oswego’s RSVP is seeking volunteers among all city and campus citizens for the seventh annual shoreline and lakefront cleanup, Saturday, April 21 from 1 to 3 p.m.

RSVP seeks city, campus volunteers for shoreline Clean Sweep

Jerry Brown participates in a past Clean Sweep along the Oswego River walk. SUNY Oswego’s RSVP is seeking volunteers among all city and campus citizens for the seventh annual shoreline and lakefront cleanup, Saturday, April 21 from 1 to 3 p.m.

SUNY Oswego’s RSVP is seeking volunteers to remove debris from the river and lake shorelines in Oswego as part of the seventh annual Clean Sweep, 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 21.

RSVP, spearheading the effort to recruit volunteers on behalf of the City of Oswego and SUNY Oswego, urges all city and campus residents, young and old, businesses and school groups, to participate in cleaning up the east and west Oswego River walks and the Lake Ontario shoreline within the city limits.

The event can help families get involved in conservation and help students earn community service hours, RSVP said.

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