Eileen Lutz invites seniors to the dining center; Charles Lewis honors our veterans; and thank-yous from the Friends of History, David Cordone and the Oswego County Environmental Management Council.
When we left home for our trip to Virginia, we had a box of Hostas from our garden to take to son Craig.
Craig and Penny have many beautiful gardens all around their home in Roanoke, and have sent me home from past visits with many plants from their gardens.
When I gave the Hostas to Craig, he said he was going to share them with his friend, Byron (Bubba to me), for the gardens at his home. Craig reminded me he is pretty sure that I have some beautiful orchid Irises from Bubba’s mother’s garden growing in my garden.
One last note: I’m not sure how some of those Hostas ended up in my garden in the first place. Is it possible that some of them came from Virginia? Continue reading
Erin Waloven, seventh-grader at Fulton Junior High, sitting in the desk of Oswego County Legislator Daniel Farfaglia, D-Fulton, during Government Day at the Oswego County Legislature.
The Oswego County Legislature and the Volney Town Board hosted local seventh-graders during Government Day.
The day is celebrated each year to allow students the chance to see how real government bodies work. Continue reading
Local students spent a day identifying trees, birds, aquatic insects, soils, furbearers, and more during the 24th annual Oswego County Envirothon held May 1 at Jellystone Park in Mexico.
Team members from Pulaski High — Hanna Greulich, Jacqueline Novak, Randy Novak, Emma van der Heide, and Ruthie van der Heide — won the event. The Pulaski team is coached by Jamie Hefti. Continue reading
Applications are now being accepted for the Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award given each year by the Professional Journalists and Communicators (PJC) of Oswego County.
Graduating high school seniors throughout the county who are planning to continue their education in a communications-related field are invited to apply for the $500 prize. Continue reading
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Lanigan Elementary warmly welcomed author Joseph Bruchac during a recent visit.
Students in fourth grade read several of Bruchac’s books in anticipation of his appearance, and also created posters on those books to decorate the library’s hallway. Continue reading