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The Manor to Hold Memorial Service

The Manor at Seneca Hill will host a memorial service on Sunday, November 22 for former residents who have passed away. The event will be held between 1 and 3 p.m., with a ceremony at 1:30 p.m.

City Plans Memorial For Rosemary Nesbitt

The celebration in honor of Mrs. Nesbitt’s life will be held this Friday in Breitbeck Park at 7 p.m. There will be some speakers, but anyone will be able to share their remembrances about Mrs. Nesbitt.

Despite Funding To Oswego, Lee Continues Efforts Toward Partnership


An A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital official says that despite the state’s announcement that Oswego Hospital will receive a sizeable grant to make improvements to several of its departments, the goal of keeping Lee Memorial up and running has not changed. Talks of a potential partnership agreement between Lee and one of two Syracuse hospitals continue.

McDonald Cancer Memorial Nearing October Dedication

</p>Construction underway on the Joyce McDonald cancer memorial.  Photo courtesy www.joycemcdonaldcancermemorial.com

The Joyce McDonald Cancer Memorial (for all cancer victims in Oswego County) will hold a meeting at 6:30 P.M., on Monday September 22nd, in the Fellowship Hall of the Bristol Hill Church. The church is located on Route #3, one mile East of Volney Center. The public is invited.

Teens Explore Medical Careers

Maria Rice of Sandy Creek is hooked up to a machine that is used to help people clear mucus from their lungs.

For two days this week, A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton opened its doors to give seven students hands-on experience in a variety of health care fields during the hospital’s seventh annual Medical Academy of Science and Health (M.A.S.H.) camp.

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