Waterbury Hall, a 211-bed residence hall that opened in 1960 along the lakeshore at SUNY Oswego, will close to residents by Dec. 13, be emptied of all its contents by Dec. 22 and reopen in August 2015 after $8.8 million in renovations.
Before settling down to eat your turkey or prepare your house for guests this Thanksgiving, why not get a little exercise in and help the Salvation Army and Human Concern Center of Oswego? The Run for the Pies, now going for 15+ years, does just that! Every Thanksgiving morning, a group of runners and walkers meet at the Oswego YMCA to do a 5K run/walk before dinner. It’s open to the public and everyone in the community is welcome to join.
With the holiday season knocking on the door step, Oswego Speedway is offering several ‘Steal Palace’ savings options for fans through December 23, including pre-race rides in the Canale Insurance 2-Seat Supermodified for only $99. The Canale Insurance 2-Seat Supermodified has become a staple at Oswego Speedway, providing countless thrills for willing riders in the 800-horsepower machine, serving as a tremendous promotional tool for Supermodified racing and the ‘Steel Palace.’
Kayla Distin a Human Biology, Child and Family Studies major from Fulton was a member of the 2014 SUNY Oneonta women’s soccer team. The team finished 7-8-4 overall and 4-3-2 in the SUNYAC Conference.
Bring the whole family to meet “Charlotte” in person on December 1 at 3:30 p.m. at the Fulton Public Library. Charlotte will be introducing a new friend and some new tricks. Both are dogs that have been rescued and found loving homes.