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Porky and Buddy Pet Health – Establishing a ‘pet trust’

Porky and Buddy

A friend of mine who was in her 70s just passed away unexpectedly and she had two dogs and three cats. Her grown children knew we were friends and they asked me to take in all of her pets. Which I did, I only had one dog of my own, but now my house is pretty crowded as I look for new safe homes for them. In the meantime, I am worried about what my happen to my pets in the same situation. I don’t have any family – not that hers was all that helpful.

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Physical Therapist Groff Joins Oswego Health’s Central Square staff

Physical Therapist Deb Groff has recently joined the rehabilitation staff at Oswego Health’s Central Square Medical Center. “The patients have been great and I really enjoy working in this beautiful, spacious facility that features new equipment, including a state-of-the-art spinal traction table,” Groff said.

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Local Woodworker Makes , Donates Dollhouse to Oswego Hospital Auxiliary

From left are Curt Klemenz and Sarah Weigelt.

Oswego’s Curt Klemenz, an avid woodworker, has made and donated a Victorian dollhouse to the Oswego Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar. The fall bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. October 8 and 9 in the hospital lobby. The bazaar offers many booths selling various items including baked goods, jewelry, RADA Cutlery, homemade crafts, as well as many themed basket donated by hospital departments.

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Motivational speaker brings uplifting message to Granby students

Granby Elementary School students were anything but blue when singer-songwriter and motivational speaker Jared Campbell stopped by to present the Blue Project. The cafeteria was abuzz with excitement recently as he entertained students during two separate assemblies that focused on the importance of respect, friendship and kindness.

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Sandra Scott Travels: Schools Are Rather Similar World-Wide

There are many places where students go to school six days a week including the school I visited near Siem Reap, Cambodia. Interestingly, they only have classes five of the days. On Thursdays they clean the school and work in the garden where they grow food that is used for their lunch. When I entered the fourth grade classroom all the students stood up. After greeting them, I said that they could be seated. My guide said, “No, they must stay standing as a sign of respect to their guests.”

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Phoenix elementary students embrace positivity

Students at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School kicked off the school year with an assembly that promoted positive behavioral traits. The Show of Love, presented by Joe Trionfero, was an infusion of music with kindness as the overarching theme.

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Vernon C. Collett, Jr., 65

Vernon C. Collett Jr., 65, of Fulton, passed away Thursday September 18, 2014, at the Syracuse V.A. Medical Center.

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Tim Green Helps NFL Launch ‘Read20′ Program With NY Giants’ Rashad Jennings

The NY Giants and the NFL have advocated 60 minutes of activity a day for kids across America to promote physical fitness. Now, the team is adding education to that message.

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