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DSS Hosts May 6 Orientation Meeting for Future Foster and Adoptive Parents

MEXICO  – The Oswego County Department of Social Services will sponsor an informational meeting from  2 to 4 p.m. May 6, at the Department of Social Services, 100 Spring St., Mexico, for people who are interested in becoming foster or adoptive parents.

Oswego County also needs Hispanic foster parents.

El Condado de Oswego necesita padres de crianza hispanos!

The Department of Social Services is looking for people who would like to become foster parents, particularly for children ages 8 and over who may have special needs for supervision.

All children available for adoption through DSS have been in foster care for a period of time.

The children are typically ages 10 and older and have special needs.

Attendance at the informational meeting is required in order to enroll in the 10-week preparation program.

Single and two-parent families may apply to foster or adopt.

Both parents in a two-parent household must attend the training.

For more information contact Lois O’Connor, phone 963-5018 or Patricia Pennock, phone 963-5382 or e-mail patricia.pennock@dfa.state.ny.us

OHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of ’13 Honored

OSWEGO, NY – An exciting and emotional evening was spent by nearly 100 Oswego High  School former athletes and coaches along with family, friends and Buc sports fans as the “Class of 2012” was inducted in the Buccaneer Booster-Oswego High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

The Buccaneer Booster sponsored Oswego High School Athletic Hall of Fame “Class of 2012” induction ceremony was held recently. Inducted are (front row) Debbie (Miller) Lyons, Howard “Howie” McCann, Sherry (Brown) McCann, Barbara Carl (accepting for her late husband Francis Carl and Erwin “Jeep” Dewey. Hockey representatives included Derek Carr, Mike Foley, Steve Cook, Matt Vashaw, Chris Rinoldo and Ben Miller.

The Buccaneer Booster sponsored Oswego High School Athletic Hall of Fame “Class of 2012” induction ceremony was held recently. Inducted are (front row) Debbie (Miller) Lyons, Howard “Howie” McCann, Sherry (Brown) McCann, Barbara Carl (accepting for her late husband Francis Carl and Erwin “Jeep” Dewey. Hockey representatives included Derek Carr, Mike Foley, Steve Cook, Matt Vashaw, Chris Rinoldo and Ben Miller.

Howard “Howie” McCann and his wife Sherry (Brown) McCann were joined by former Buc four letter athlete Deborah (Miller) Lyons, 50 year coach Erwin “Jeep” Dewey, the family of the late Francis “Fran” Carl and members of the 1995-96 and 1996-97 state runner up New York State hockey team as they were all inducted into the elite hall of honor.

The evening started with the induction of Fran Carl who was a star in Oswego High School athletics in the late 1940s and was a standout in football and basketball.  His daughter, Maureen, accepted in honor of her father and thanked the committee for the honor. She also expressed that her father not only enjoyed playing sports, but was a coach and mentor of many youngsters as he continued his love of sports after leaving the scholastic arena.

Sherry “Brown” McCann was presented for induction by Hall of Fame member Helen Jermyn.  She was a stand out in basketball and track throughout the four years at OHS. She received numerous league and school honors.

Howard “Howie” McCann joined his wife Sherry as the first married couple to be inducted.

He was a four-year varsity baseball player and starred on the gridiron for three years. He also was the recipient of league and school honors during his time at OHS. He was introduced by Mike McCrobie who read a letter from former coach and Hall of Fame member Ted Kerley who cited the outstanding leadership traits of McCann. After high school he played baseball at Gulf Coast Community College and at Mississippi State. He had also been drafted by the Minnesota Twins. Currently, he is the owner of McCann’s Windward Baseball Academy.

Howie said, “I would just like to thank everybody this is quite and honor for me and my wife.”

Debbie (Miller) Lyons was also inducted into the Hall of fame and was another recipient of the OHS Outstanding Female Athlete Award. She had earned over a dozen varsity letters in her four years and excelled in softball, volleyball, basketball and soccer.

Debbie noted, “This is a wonderful honor. Playing Oswego sports was awesome. I’ll always be a Buccaneer.”

Veteran coach Erwin “Jeep” Dewey has been at the helm of the track team for a half century. His dedication to football (33 years total) and track as well as to the student athletes has been monumental.  He not only was a three-sport athlete in school, but after college returned to Oswego as a physical education teacher. He never left Oswego and has been an integral part of the program for more than five decades.

He was brought to the podium for his induction after his son, Kevin, expressed the love and dedication his father continues to display to athletes and family.

“Jeep” thanked the late Joe Wilber for his support and noted, “It really is an awesome experience for me.”

The 1995-96 and 1996-97 state runner up varsity hockey teams were inducted together.

The two hockey teams consist of many players who contributed both years in the seasons which concluded as state runners up in the New York State Public High School Association Division I Championship Tournament.

In 1995-96 the team finished 21-3 and the following year was 21-7-1.

Members of both teams were Mark Donabella, Matt Vashaw, Mike Tucker, Mike Foley, Steve Cook, Phil Carroll, Chris Rinaldo, Ben Perlman, Chris Ackley, Greg Parr, Mark DeSantis, Travis Doty, Nate Elliott, and Kevin Jung.

On the 1995-96 squad were Matt Von Esch, Brendan Coliver, Ben Miller, Pat DeBan, Josh Crannell, Erik Cole and Jeremy Knopp.

While the 1996-97 team also included T.J. Barnes, Dan Farley, Chris Mathes, Derek Carr, Lou Iorizzo, Josh Molinari, Bob Haynes, Mike Fortier, Tris Gillen, Brian Gallagher.

Ben Miller accepted for the 95-96 team and Mike Foley for the 96-97 team.

Assistant Coach Mark Fierro expressed his thoughts about the two teams, as master of ceremony Bill Foley read the letter.

The players thanked their coaches, teammates and Buc Boosters.

However, Foley added, “I would like to also thank our parents as they trucked us all around the Northeast and the Oswego community for all of their support from the squirt ranks up through the varsity.”

Superintendent of Schools Bill Crist, Buccaneer Booster President Judy Queale-Dunsmoor and OHS Athletic Director Mike Conners expressed their appreciation to the newest inductees and congratulated everyone for the contributions that have been made to the Oswego athletic program as well as to family and community.

The Buc Booster Club sponsored Oswego High School Athletic Hall of Fame continues to grow with the addition of these outstanding athletes and coach.

Nominations are being accepted as the “Class of 2013” is expected to be inducted in the fall or early winter.

Port City Roller Derby to hold BBQ fundraiser May 11 at Lighthouse Lanes

OSWEGO — Port City Roller Derby aims for a meaty fundraiser when it hosts a chicken and pulled pork barbecue from noon to 6 p.m. May 11, at sponsor Lighthouse Lanes in Oswego.

Dinners of chicken or pork cost $8 apiece and also will feature sides and a dessert. The event will include a homemade bake sale and a variety of raffles for prizes.

“This is our biggest annual fundraiser, thanks to Lighthouse Lanes donating the dinners and hosting us,” said Vanessa Vickery, aka Murmaider, sponsor and events chair for the league. “It sells out every year, so we urge people to buy tickets in advance.”

PCRD will deliver meals with five or more orders in the greater Oswego area with advance orders. Presale dinners must be claimed by 3 p.m. and all other dinners will be available on a first-come first-served basis until sold out.

All raffles will be pulled by 5 p.m. Guests are welcome to bowl at host Lighthouse Lanes, 295 E. Albany St. in Oswego.

Tickets are available from any Port City Roller Derby member or by emailing PCRDSponsorship@gmail.com

Entering its third year of competition, Port City Roller Derby is raising money to stage its five home dates, starting May 25 vs. the Roc City Roller Derby B-Sides in Crisafulli Rink.

Port City Roller Derby is produced by Oz Roller Girls Inc., a member-run non-profit organization dedicated to athletic competition, empowerment and supporting its community.

PCRD always seeks skaters, refs and other volunteers for its adult (18 and over) and juniors (ages 10 to 17) teams, and will provide training.

For more information, visit www.portcityrollerderby.org or email portcityrd@gmail.com

GENIUS Olympiad invites 550 finalists, advisers to SUNY Oswego

OSWEGO – SUNY Oswego’s GENIUS Olympiad has invited 550 students and advisers representing 58 countries and 36 states to the third annual finals of the global high school environmental competition June 16 to 21 on campus.

GENIUS officials chose 311 projects as finalists among 765 entries, up from 248 of 663 projects selected in 2012. Olympiad founder Fehmi Damkaci, Oswego’s associate dean of graduate studies and a member of the chemistry faculty, aims for a record number of competitors and mentors to make the trip this year.

As students from 49 countries showed last summer, SUNY Oswego's third annual GENIUS Olympiad finals, coming to campus June 16 to 21, promise the college and community new multicultural opportunities to engage in dialogue with high school science, art, creative writing and design students from around the world. Officials have invited 550 people - finalists and their advisers - from 58 countries and 36 states to attend this year's global environmental competition.

As students from 49 countries showed last summer, SUNY Oswego’s third annual GENIUS Olympiad finals, coming to campus June 16 to 21, promise the college and community new multicultural opportunities to engage in dialogue with high school science, art, creative writing and design students from around the world. Officials have invited 550 people – finalists and their advisers – from 58 countries and 36 states to attend this year’s global environmental competition.

Finalists who journey to Oswego will display their projects and scholarly posters from 6 to 7:45 p.m. June 17, in the Campus Center arena.

The competition’s opening ceremony will take place from 8 to 9:30 p.m. in the arena.

The colorful award ceremonies – many of the students dress in native costume and wave their nations’ flags – will begin at 1:15 p.m. June 20, in the arena.

Two of the finalist projects will come from Oswego County high schools, thanks to the college Office of Business and Community Relations’ first local GENIUS competition, held April 17 at SUNY Oswego.

New category

The science, art, creative writing and design competition has added a category this year for students interested in working with their respective cities on sustainable projects that are recently implemented or in the design phase.

“This is an international event, so that brings another component to see how other students in other countries think about” the environment, Damkaci said of the city competition.

Learning opportunities for students as they deal with city projects include academic, competitive and cultural elements.

“It forces them to think about a problem,” Damkaci said. “So we make them aware of these problems and their surroundings.”

Other GENIUS events that are free and open to the public include an academic symposium, which will take place from 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3:30 p.m. June 18, in the Campus Center auditorium, and an International Fair displaying each represented country’s costumes and cultures, starting at 6:30 p.m. June 18, in the Campus Center Arena.

Parking arrangements will be announced.

For more information, visit www.geniusolympiad.org

Damkaci, working with the college and Terra Science and Education Foundation, launched the GENIUS Olympiad in 2011. In 2012, 293 students and 139 of their teachers, parents or other mentors traveled to Oswego from 49 countries and 30 states.

Besides SUNY Oswego and Terra, sponsors include Syracuse Research Corporation, National Grid and Pathfinder Bank.

Samuel J. Giambo, 80

OSWEGO, NY – Samuel J. Giambo, 80, of Oswego, died Saturday April 27, 2013, after a sudden illness while on vacation.

Sam was born and raised in Oswego, the son of the late Anthony and Virginia (Amedio) Giambo.

Samuel J. Giambo

Samuel J. Giambo

He remained a lifelong resident of Oswego.

He was a communicant of St. Joseph’s Church and a member of the American Legion and the Dante Alighieri Lodge, Oswego.

He served in the United States Army from 1954 until 1962.

Sam worked at Miller Brewery in Fulton, NY, from the time the plant opened until its closure in 1994.

After retirement Sam relished in the warmth and sunshine of Florida winters.

When spring arrived, Sam returned to Oswego where he would often spend the afternoons gardening.

As the child of Sicilian immigrants, Sam carried on the wine-making tradition passed down to him by his father. He and Anthony Mesiano spent many hours tending to their small vineyard.

He adored his family and spent many evenings at the park with his grandchildren, during their younger years.

Ever the one to enjoy life, Sam could often be found laughing and teasing the kids at holiday gatherings.

He was predeceased by his loving wife, Jean Giambo, in 1999; their son, Thomas; and grandson, Philip.

Sam is survived by his children, William (Irene) Giambo of Hudson, Fla., Cindy Giambo and partner, Cynthia Lyons-Brush  of Atlanta, Ga., and Suzanne (Kevin) Watts of Oswego; his grandchildren, Stephanie Mandurano of Oswego, Steven Mandurano of Seattle, Wash., Karl Giambo of Hudson, Fla., and Brittany Watts of Oswego; as well as two great-grandchildren.

He is also survived by his companion of 12 years, Emma Jean VanDusen.

A memorial service will be held Monday 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph Church, Oswego.

Burial will be in All Saints Mausoleum.

The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 W. Fourth St., Oswego.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Up to Speed: ISMA Supermodifieds Highlight Oswego Speedway’s 63rd Season Opener

OSWEGO, NY – For the 63rd consecutive season, Oswego Speedway will open its gates for racing at the lake side facility known as the ‘Steel Palace.’

The night’s racing, which will feature round one of the Shea Concrete ‘Steel Palace’ ISMA SuperSeries as well as the Pathfinder Bank SBS division, will be presented by Gater Racing News and North Country Home Builders.

WHAT:

Shea Concrete ‘Steel Palace’ ISMA SuperSeries round #1.  ISMA Supermodified 50-lap main event, plus a 35-lap Pathfinder Bank SBS main event.

WHEN:

Saturday May 4, at Oswego Speedway in Oswego, NY.  Pit gates will open at 1 p.m., grandstands at 3 p.m., with time trials scheduled for 5 p.m., and racing at 6:30 p.m. RAIN DATE – Sunday, May 5.

WHERE:

Oswego Speedway is located at 300 East Albany St. in Oswego

TICKETS:

Padded reserved seats $30, general admission $25, Pit Passes $35.  Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling (315) 342-0646.  Kids 16 and under are free with paid adult.

ON THE INTERNET:

Oswego Speedway – www.oswegospeedway.com

Twitter – @OswegoSpeedway

Facebook – facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway

YouTube – OswegoSpeedwayOnline

Live Updates can be seen on Twitter, Facebook, as well as the Oswego Speedway website

ABOUT THE TRACK:

Oswego Speedway is a semi-banked 5/8 mile paved oval. The non-wing Novelis Supermodified track record is held by Doug Didero with a time of 16.210 seconds at 138.786mph, established on September 5, 2009. The wing Supermodified track record is 15.198 seconds, set by Chris Perley in September of 2008.

OSWEGO SPEEDWAY WING SUPERMODIFIED WIN LIST:

Chris Perley – 7

Dave McKnight – 4

Tim Jedrzejek – 4

Dave Shullick Jr. – 3

Randy Ritskes – 2

Pat Abold – 2

Bentley Warren – 2

Russ Wood – 2

Joey Payne – 1

Gary Allbritain – 1

Scott Martel – 1

Greg Furlong – 1

Johnny Payne – 1

Bobby Santos – 1

Nokie Fonoro – 1

Trent Stephens – 1

Charlie Schultz – 1

Bob Bond – 1

Ben Seitz – 1

Mike Lichty – 1

Dave Gruel – 1

SBS OPENING NIGHT WINNERS:

1992 – John Phelps

1993 – Russ Brown

1994 – Scott Landers*

1995 – Fred Taylor

1996 – Bob Rundell

1997 – Tom Jodway

1998 – Ray Graham*

1999 – Brian Sweeney

2000 – Shawn Muldoon

2001 – John Ketcham

2002 – Matt Wheeler

2003 – Mike Bond*

2004 – Kris Meyn

2005 – Russ Brown*

2006 – Josh LaRochelle

2007 – Larry Muroski

2008 – Mike Bond

2009 – Dave Gruel*

2010 – Steve Abt

2011 – Mike Bond*

2012 – JJ Andrews

*Went on to become Track Champion that year

6 times the opening night winner has gone on to win the track championship.

Mike Bond leads all drivers with 3 opening night wins (2003, 2008, 2011)

-      Russ Brown, 2 – (1993, 2005)

Ray Graham is the only driver to win an opening night feature in both the SBS and Supermodified divisions.

UP NEXT:

May 11 – ‘Oswego Super Kick-Off!’ presented by Mitchell’s Speedway Press and CJ Ferlito Aggregates – Novelis Supermodified 75 and Pathfinder Bank SBS 30.  Pit gates open at 1 p.m., Grandstand gates open at 3 p.m., Supermodified time trials at 5 p.m., racing at 6:30 p.m.

For more information on Oswego Speedway be sure to visit www.oswegospeedway.com

You can also LIKE the (Official) Oswego Speedway page at facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway, or FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.  To purchase tickets or order merchandise please call the Speedway box office at (315) 342-0646.

Friends Of History Plan Chicken Barbecue

FULTON, NY – The Friends of History In Fulton, NY, Inc., will hold a chicken barbecue on  May 5 at the Pavilion at Bullhead Point, Route 3 West in Fulton.

It will be held from 11:30 a. m. until sold out.

You can take out or eat in.

The barbecue will be prepared by Fricken Chicken and consists of half a chicken, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, roll and a brownie.

The public is invited to attend.

This is a fundraising event to benefit the John Wells Pratt House local history museum, which is operated and maintained by the Friends of History, a 501-C (3) not- for-profit charitable organization.

Car Seat Safety Check Event Held

Law enforcement and EMS teamed up for a successful car seat safety check recently in Oswego at Menter Ambulance.

Car Seat Safety Check Event Held

Car Seat Safety Check Event Held

Pictured are NYS Trooper Alan Heath; Dave Martin, RN, Child Passenger Instructor; Dana Oliver, EMT  Menter Ambulance; Sgt. Katie Moran, Oswego City Police; four-year-old Maks; and Lt. Kevin Velzy, SUNY Oswego Police Department.

Oswego City Police Sgt. Katie Moran assisted mom, Angel Ferris, with the car seat.

Cutline for Sgt. Moran Photo: Baby Helena is riding safe and and sound after attending a car seat check point at Menter Ambulance in Oswego recently.

 Sgt. Moran makes sure Baby Helena is riding safe and and sound after attending a car seat check point at Menter Ambulance in Oswego recently.

Sgt. Moran is a nationally trained and certified child passenger technician.

For more information on safety checkpoints held throughout Oswego County, call the coordinator Billie Crandall Brady, Oswego County Traffic Safety Board, at 315 343-2344 ext 22.

Area Girl Scouts Earn the Highest Awards in Girl Scouting

Cicero, NY – Area Girl Scouts will be recognized at four ceremonies throughout the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, for earning the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards. Ceremonies will take place on May 20 in Seneca Falls, May 21 in Elmira, May 28 in Oswego and May 29 in Utica.

The prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn.

In order to earn the award, girls must complete Senior or Ambassador Journeys, the essence of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and demonstrate their leadership abilities by spending at least 80 hours working on a Gold Award Take Action project that creates a sustainable impact on her extended community.

This year 24 girls throughout the 26-county jurisdiction of Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways earned the Gold Award. Local Girl Scouts earning the Gold Award are:

Maggie Allardice, Kayla Guindon, and Gabrielle Sacket of Parish and Grace Neely of Baldwinsville.

The Girl Scout Silver Award is the highest award Girl Scouts in grades 6 through 8 can earn.

To earn the award girls complete a Cadette Journey, the essence of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, gain leadership skills and then spend at least 50 hours working on a project that provides a positive lasting impact on the community.

Local Girl Scouts earning the Silver Award are:

Rebecca Dromms, Emily Markowsky, Morgan Mitchell, and Grace Young of Liverpool; Maya Gaffney of Pulaski; and Samantha Waters of Syracuse.

The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award that can be earned by a Girl Scout Junior.

To earn the award, girls must learn leadership and planning skills necessary to follow through on a project on which she spends at least 20 hours making a positive impact on her community. Girls can work within their troops to earn this award.

Local Girl Scouts earning the Bronze Award are:

From Troop 10072: Jennifer Babcock and Kelly Lizotte of Oswego; from Troop 10095: Hanna Collins, Alyson Forsythe, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Brianna Rosen, and Rebecca Schultz of Cicero, Holly McRobbie of Clay, Abigail Fletcher of Liverpool, Kailene Sinco of Mattydale, Gabrielle Masterpol of North Syracuse, Erin Byrnes and Bella Simonds of Syracuse; from Troop 10123: McKenzie Washington of Camillus, Rachel Agostini, Britney Conley, Emily Dowd, Jordan Egolf, Jessica Kane, Grace Stensland, and Kaitlyn Usakewicz of Syracuse; from Troop 10126: Susan Bansbach, Julia Geradi, Sarah Johns, Hannah Komar, Emma Koster, Samantha Secules, Sophia Wojcik, and Helen Ziobrowski of Fayetteville; from Troop 10159: Rosie Baughman, Elizabeth Brady, Caleigh Dutton, Phoebe Lindabury, Alicia Perkovich, and Allison Ritter of Fayetteville, Eliza Mulloy, Jenna Snyder, and Alexandra Vinci of Manlius;

from Troop 10189: Aryanna Colbert of Auburn, Madison Daly, Miranda Harris, and Alley Tankus of Elbridge, Tricia Baker, Gabriella Bard, Marissa Reith, McKayla Rohmer, and Madison Schell of Jordan, Esther Richardson, and Hannah Schneider of Memphis; from Troop 10261: Abigail Christman, Anna Guiles, Olivia Richards, Rebekah Wittman, and Morgan Youker of Baldwinsville; from Troop 10298: Evelyn LaManche of Clay, Jensen Berube, Julia Dowling, Delaney Guard, Justina Hunt, Alyssa Jones, Kayla Jones, Moira Rath, Marissa Roux, and Abigail Sullivan of Liverpool;

from Troop 10368: Danielle Doyle, Meghan Gaynor, Alexa Kulak, and Emily Overend of Cicero, and Samantha Clark of Clay; from Troop 10623: Guilliane McCarthy of Kirkville and Deanna DeLore of Minoa; from Troop 10635: Renee Aiken, Julia Durran, Danielle Garvin, Kalli Keller, Kelsey Moorhead, Samantha Radford, Anna Richardson, and Makenzie Wells from Central Square, Sydney Chittenden of Hastings, Kelly McNish and Kristie McNish of Mallory, Lily Fitzgerald of Pennellville, Brennah Deisz and Taylor West of West Monroe; from Troop 10660: Trinity Wise of Skaneateles; and from Troop 10840: Anna Ziemba of Cazenovia.

Join the fun and friendship of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Contact the Girl Scouts’ Cicero Service Center at (315) 698-9400, visit www.gsnypenn.org, become a fan at facebook.com/GSNYPENN, follow twitter.com/GSNYPENN and pinterest.com/gsnypenn, or read the blog at www.gsnypenn.wordpress.com for more information.

Riley Represented at Legislative Show

Riley Represented at Legislative Show

Riley Represented at Legislative Show

OSWEGO, NY – Alyson Bruns and Tatum Winchek of the Charles E. Riley Elementary School had their artwork displayed at the New York State Art Teachers Association 2013 Legislative Student Art Exhibit at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

They congratulated by CER art teacher Becky Woods.

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Cleveland Historical Society Presents Discussion about Rail History Sept. 18

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