Program Coordinator Theresa Familo displays a sample of the various Jamboree drawings that will be held.
Parents of Special Children, Inc. presents its annual Jamboree Chicken Barbecue fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at the Hannibal American Legion.
The family event will include a chicken barbecue, door prizes, raffles, a delicious bake sale and music by Proctor Entertainment and Event Services.
By Ashley M. Casey
The National Labor Relations Board may force the Novelis plant in Scriba to negotiate with the United Steelworkers on behalf of its workers.
The call for this bargaining order comes after the NLRB charged Novelis with unfair labor practices related to interference in efforts to unionize the Scriba plant.
Residents at Morningstar Residential Care Center enjoy an arm exercise during their new Sit and Be Fit exercise class. One of the many activities options available to Morningstar residents, Sit and Be Fit is a fun way for residents to reap the benefits of regular exercise. From left are: Bernice Worden, Barbara Burke, Lois Getty, and Hank Racine.
Residents at Morningstar Residential Care Center filled the community room recently for their first Sit and Be Fit exercise class.
Lively music and a variety of chair exercises kept feet tapping and hands moving as the residents followed an exercise regime that was both challenging and fun.
Every day life brings potential threats to the safety of our children and children have a right to know what potential threats lurk about and what to do if they feel threatened.
“Talking to children about certain dangers to their personal safety makes many adults uneasy,” said Oswego County Sheriff Reuel A. Todd. “However, as adults, it is our obligation to talk to our children to teach them how to protect themselves.”
By Rita Hooper
Don’t forget, that today, (Saturday May 17) is the day to dispose of up to eight old tires for free.
The sign made by Nate LaRock of Hannibal now graces the entrance to Hannibal on Route 104 at Freedom Real Estate. LaRock made the sign as his Eagle Scout project.
By Debra J. Groom
People entering Hannibal now have a beautiful welcome awaiting them, thanks to a local teen.