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HIT MASH Camp Spend Day at Oswego Hospital’s IS&T Department

Area high school students had the opportunity to learn more about the emerging field of health information technology at Oswego Hospital during a recent HIT MASH Camp. The program, hosted at SUNY Oswego, included a day spent at Oswego Hospital where the students were introduced to health information technology (HIT) careers within the health system.

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For Sustainable Energy Incentives Info: Visit New York Biomass Energy Alliance at Great New York State Fair

The New York Biomass Energy Alliance/NYBEA has begun expanding its outreach and education program through the recent award of $250,000 in U.S. Forest Service State Wood Energy Team funding. NYBEA is at the 2014 Great New York State Fair in the Center of Progress Building with information on practical incentives available to convert residences and businesses to local, sustainable bioenergy.

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Oswego Speedway Driver Visits Fulton CYO Summer Program

Oswego Speedway Driver Visits Fulton CYO Summer Program

Kreig Heroth revved up the Fulton CYO Summer Program recently. The popular Oswego Speedway driver made an appearance at the program earlier this month. He brought along his racecar, to the delight of the program’s participants – and staff. Heroth allowed the children to take pictures of his car. He also signed autographs and handed out Oswego Speedway programs.

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Oswego County Humane Society Celebrates 15th Birthday

Seventy-five animal lovers celebrated the Oswego County Humane Society’s 15th birthday at Bayshore Grove. In addition to the great food, there were lawn games, music, a silent auction, a closest to the pin golf contest and a raffle for a $500 lottery scratch off board. Donna Kuhn, president of the Humane Society Board of Directors summed up the day, “It was wonderful to see so many new and old faces celebrating our work with pets and their people and just plain having fun. We appreciate everyone’s loyal support.”

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‘Grape Expectations’ Wine Tasting Event To Benefit Catholic Charities Of Oswego County

Catholic Charities of Oswego County will host Grape Expectations,” a wine tasting fundraiser on Sept. 28, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the River Vista Center, 810 S. First St. All funds raised will benefit CCOC’s Catholic Youth activities.

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Cop Logs: Oswego PD 08/21/2014

From the files of OPD

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Sandra Scott Travels: Take A Stroll Through Oswego’s Peace Garden

It is so easy to drive by places day after day and not notice what is along the way. In my case it was the 1812 Peace Garden on Oswego’s Leotta-Seaway Trail Park. I knew about the War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Garden Trail because when John and I were in Batavia we visited theirs. It is only right that there is one in Oswego where so many significant events of the “Forgotten War” took place. Oswego’s was developed in 2003 by City Engineer Anthony a. Loetta, the Jay Saternow family and several community volunteers.

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1,100 Freshmen Enroll at SUNY Oneonta

Approximately 1,100 new freshmen, selected from 11,589 applicants, will begin their studies at SUNY Oneonta this fall. Classes start on Aug. 25.

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Donald ‘Fitz’ French, 59

Donald “Fitz” French, 59, of Granby, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and friends on Thursday August 21, 2014.

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Sylvester B. Bentley, 67

Sylvester B. Bentley, 67, of Fulton, died Friday August 22, 2014, at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, after a long illness.

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