With 600 tourism-related businesses generating more than $122 million annually and providing 2,600 jobs, the tourism industry has a significant impact on Oswego County’s economy.
Second grade students in the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District recently showcased their knowledge of American history by performing a trio of short plays regarding westward expansion and the discovery of the Pacific Ocean.
I am teaming up with the American Red Cross and the Rural Health Network of Oswego County to host a blood drive on May 1 in Oswego. The blood drive will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Oswego Elks Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St. If you are able to donate, please call my office at 315-598-5185 to make an appointment. We are encouraging everyone who is able to donate. You never know whose life you can help save. In anticipation of our upcoming blood drive, I want to share some facts about blood donation.
A large tribute was made in honor of Mike Mulcahey, one of the founders of the Little League Girls’ Softball program. The girls’ softball field will be named Mike Mulcahey field.