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Music, Art Festival Returns To Palermo

Wooden-Apple Farmstead Music and Art Festival, in collaboration with CNY Arts Center, returns on August 31 starting at 9 a.m. with a pancake breakfast and local musicians onstage throughout the day running 10 a.m. until dark. The festival also includes a songwriting contest, camping, grilling, and another community mural for freestyle painting fun.

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Siena College Welcomes Mexico Resident to Class of 2018

Siena College is delighted to welcome Bailey Groves, to the class of 2018. This fall, Groves, of Mexico, will be joining a talented group of accomplished, dedicated and community-minded students on campus.

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Weather Notebook For August 21, 2014

Warm and humid with showers, especially in the afternoon, today. High in the upper 70s.

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Rotarians Hear About Health Issues

At a recent Sunrise Rotary meeting, Rotarian Linda Eagan introduced Jiancheng Huang, Public Health Service Director for Oswego County. He presented a program about some of the health challenges facing Oswego County. He reported that Oswego County ranked at the bottom of the 62 counties in New York State regarding self-behaviors.

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Who will win the Team Spirit award at Scrabble Fest 2014?

There’s more than word play going on at the eighth annual Diane Falise Memorial Scrabble Fest. This benefit for Literacy Volunteers of Oswego County takes place on September 19, at the Oswego Elks Lodge. Meg Henderson, coordinator of OCO’s Literacy Volunteers Program, has watched another aspect of friendly competition develop over the past few years: Team themes and costumes.

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