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Ritchie Makes Early Valentine Visit To Oswego Seniors

Senator Ritchie presents carnations to residents at St. Luke Health Services.

Senator Ritchie presents carnations to residents at St. Luke Health Services.

 

Senator Ritchie visits with a senior at Bishop Commons.

Senator Ritchie visits with a senior at Bishop Commons.

OSWEGO, NY – State Senator Patty Ritchie recently presented valentines and carnations to residents of St. Luke’s Health Services and Bishop Commons in Oswego and urged people to visit their loved ones at area nursing homes during Valentine’s Week.

“We can make everyday Valentine’s Day by remembering our nursing home residents and others who may be living alone,” said Senator Ritchie. “By just taking a few minutes, we can make a difference in someone’s life.”

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