Dustin Geers and Andrew Halsey joined Burritt Motors recently as sales representatives, it was announced by Chris Burritt, owner. “Dustin and Andrew have skills and qualifications that are an excellent match for the positions,” Burritt said. “ We’re delighted to add them to our growing sales team.” Halsey had worked as a technician for a(…)
United Way of Greater Oswego County is offering a limited number of mini-grants to community organizations. The organizations must reflect the United Way’s mission and its five funding categories: emergency services; heal and special needs; supporting families and children; senior services; and youth development. United Way Executive Director Melanie Trexler said the mini-grants are for(…)
A SUNY Oswego alumnus will return to the stage of the Funny Bone Comedy Club at Destiny USA at 4 p.m. Nov. 30. John Wolfson, who has been performing since 2007, will bring The Magical John Show for a family matinee including magic and comedy. the show is appropriate for all ages.
In 1920, seven acres were purchased on Cayuga Street for use as a school athletic field. Financing for this acquisition was quite unique. All the money was raised and donated by the students, alumni, residents and teachers of the school system. Subscribers of the fund actually held the deed to the property and granted the(…)
William C. Fox, a partner in Fox Dealerships Inc. in Phoenix and Auburn, has been named vice chairman of the board of directors of the National Automobile Dealers Association. The position puts him in line for chairman in 2015. “I am honored to be elected by my peers as NADA vice chairman,” said Fox, who(…)
The annual Stone Soup luncheon, on Nov. 12, benefitted the UnitedWay Oswego’s fundraising efforts in support of local food pantries: Human Concerns Center, The Salvation Army Oswego NY and Catholic Charities of Oswego County. Canale’s Restaurant, Lombardo’s Bridie Manor, Vona’s, Oswego County Club and GS Steamers Bar and Grill each provided hot soups. C’s Farm(…)
The sounds of lively conversation, music and some good food and drink are many of the things normally associated with the pubs or taverns located throughout Oswego. But for one afternoon recently that atmosphere was found at St. Luke Health Services as residents enjoyed a special “Happy Hour” made possible through the generosity of Eagle(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Two Fulton Junior High School math teachers presented on their new system to teach seventh- and eighth-graders math at the Nov. 12 school board meeting. Todd Parks and Pamela McHenry explained the concept of the “flipped” classroom, in which students complete guided note worksheets with video tutorials at home and then(…)