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Oswego Health Ask the Doctor Forum on Women’s Health

Two Oswego Hospital physicians will take part in an Ask The Doctor forum on Women’s Health on October 16 in the lower level conference room of the Oswego Health Services Center. Sharing their expertise on a variety of women’s health issues will be Oswego Health surgeons Dawn Holman, MD, and Allison Duggan MD, who also serves as Oswego Hospital vice president and chief operating officer.

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Oswego Hospital Auxiliary Supports MASH Camp

During the two-day camp held in August, the students had the opportunity to learn first-hand about careers in the healthcare field. The 19 participating eighth and ninth grade students took part in rotations that included the hospital’s laboratory, medical imaging and pharmacy departments, where they took part in hands-on learning activities.

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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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Oswego Council Eyes Changes For Public Space Requests

Anyone looking to use public space or services in the future had better make sure their bills are paid up. Everybody that comes in with a request to use public space or any city services should show proof that their taxes are current, the First Ward Councilor proposed.

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Mary R. (Prue) Abare

Mary R. (Prue) Abare, of Phoenix, passed away on Friday October 17, 2014, at Upstate University Hospital, Community Campus, in the town of Onondaga, NY.

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Badagnani Shares African Safari Experience At Fulton Lions Meeting

Fulton Lions Past President Frank Badagnani and his wife, Fran, visited the Oct. 16 club meeting to share photos and stories about their recent adventure at Makutsi Safari Springs Game Reserve in South Africa. Makutsi is a privately owned game reserve in South Africa close to both the Kruger National Park and the Hoedspruit Airport, Frank Badagnani explained.

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Fulton Schools To Have Early Dismissal Oct. 31

On October 31, the students within the Fulton City School District in grades UPK – 12 will have an early dismissal. Grades 7 – 12 will dismiss at 10:30 a.m. and morning Pre K – 6 will dismiss at 11:15 a.m. There will be no afternoon Pre-K classes.

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New chapter books arrive at Oswego Public Library

New chapter books have arrived at the Oswego Public Library in time for fall weekends and school vacations. Oswego is the first library in the North Country Library System, ncls.org, to get these titles!

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