An effort is under way to collect 1,000 pairs of boots and shoes throughout Oswego County by Dec. 15. The shoes will be delivered to the Rescue Mission in Syracuse, which works with various charities throughout the region to deliver shoes and boots in good condition to those in need.
The Oswego County Community Development Block Grant well and septic repair/replacement program is accepting preliminary program applications from income-eligible homeowners in Oswego County.
The Oswego County Health Department offers a variety of services to all residents of Oswego County, including preventive health services, certified hospice, and a maternal and child health program.
Members of the Oswego High School Interact Club recently visited Oswego Hospital’s maternity center to donate two dozen handmade baby blankets for the hospital’s newborns. This is an annual community service initiative that begins with the students doing fundraisers to raise enough money to purchase material for the blankets.
The Manor at Seneca Hill remembered residents and participants of its Adult Day Health Services program who passed away during the last year at a memorial service held November 22 at the skilled nursing facility.
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With help from students, families, individuals, businesses and other organizations, State Senator Patty Ritchie has sent a record 10,000 holiday cards on to be distributed to current and former members of our military.
The Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women have awarded a $500 scholarship to Alyssa Facteau, a 2015 graduate of Mexico High School. She is the daughter of Lisa Facteau of Mexico.
District Governor Henry ‘Mac’ MacDonald and his wife, Joan, recently visited the Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club. He spoke about his time with Rotary and how important Rotary is to him.
The Comets are looking for your help again as the holiday season rapidly approaches. Now begins the Oswego County Comets’ annual canned, non-perishable food drive.