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September 24, 2018

Membership Monday


Membership Monday

Business Roundtable with Mayor Billy Barlow
15 Seats Left!!

Tuesday, February 9th
3:00pm
Beacon Hotel
75 West Bridge Strett
The meeting will provide an opportunity for Mayor Barlow to share his vison and initiatives for the community to strengthen Oswego and Central New York’s economy, as well as gain valuable feedback from business owners, managers, and community residents.

Business Roundtable with Mayor Ronald Woodward
Thursday, February 18th
5:30pm
Council Chambers @ Fulton City Hall
141 South First Street, Fulton NY

Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce
100th Annual Meeting
Thursday, February 25th
12p-1:30p
Lake Ontario Conference Center
Speaker: 
President Deborah F. Stanley
State University of New York at Oswego

Is Your Business Having an Anniversary??
We would like to recognize any of our members who are celebrating a business anniversary this year at our Annual Meeting.
Please email Danielle Hayden at [email protected] if you are celebrating the following years
5, 10, 15,20,25,30,35,40,45, 50, 55, 60…. (we will recognize every 5th year only).

RSVP here

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month:
What Your Community Can Do to End Abuse Among Teens

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in three teens in the US is a victim of physical, emotional or sexual abuse from a dating partner. These violent relationships have serious consequences for victims – putting them at higher risk for substance abuse, eating disorders, risky sexual behavior, suicide and adult re-victimization.

Many teens and parents don’t realize that abuse refers to more than just physical violence. Emotional abuse and verbal abuse can leave scars that are more difficult to heal, and are often left unseen. Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month helps shed light on this epidemic.

In recognition of this important campaign, Services to Aid Families (SAF), a program of Oswego County Opportunities (OCO), will be a part of a nation-wide movement to celebrate Respect Week, held every year during the week of Valentine’s Day. During Respect Week, SAF is providing announcements to schools to read daily and post on their video screens. These announcements will educate youth and faculty about the staggering numbers of teens who deal with relationship abuse, types of controlling and abusive behaviors, and where individuals can go for help.

“Dermody, Burke & Brown Hires Sean F. McKenna”

Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC recently hired Sean F. McKenna as an Associate in the Audit & Accounting Department.
sean received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from St. John Fisher College and his Master of Business Administration Degree from Le Moyne College. Prior to being hired on a full-time basis, he worked as an Intern at Dermody, Burke & Brown. Sean is currently working to complete the certification process to earn his designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).  He resides in Syracuse.

Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC has been serving the Central New York business community for 60 years. With offices in Syracuse, Auburn and New Hartford, Dermody Burke & Brown is one of the largest independently locally-owned accounting and business advisory firms in Central New York. The Firm is a member of Allinial Global. www.allinialglobal.com. For more information, visit www.dbbllc.com.

 

The Great White Way comes to Fulton

Not everyone can make the journey to “The Great White Way” to experience a Broadway show. Fortunately, every year the American Theatre Wing celebrates the year of theatre by presenting Awards to actors, costume designers, technical designers, directors, and the shows that are considered the best produced and performed that year. Antoinette Perry, a vital part of the American Theatre Wing for several years, is the namesake for the Award ceremony which began in 1947 shortly after her death.

This year CNY Arts Center will pay tribute to Tony Award winning musicals and the songs that made them famous with a Dessert Theatre series “A Night at the Tony’s.” Tony award-winning music paired with luscious desserts launch the 2016 season of Dessert Theatre February 13 directed by Nicholas Pike, making his directorial debut at CNY Arts Center.

“I chose “A Night at the Tony’s” for this year’s Dessert Series for several reasons,” said Pike. “Tony Award winning musicals have created staples within the world of Theatre whose songs have lasted decades. They are the most memorable, and most often the tunes that stay stuck in your head for hours. I hope the Tony’s appeal to generations both young and old will bring fresh faces both on stage and in the seats of the Center. And I’d simply like to share a night of Broadway’s history with Fulton.”

The popular tunes will include favorites from old classics such as South Pacific, Guys and Dolls, Kiss Me Kate alongside more recent shows like Rent, A Little Night Music, Hairspray and many more. Cast members include faces familiar to the local stages including Beth DeRousie, Amy C. Price, Nellica Rave Huff, Sabrina Woodward, Matthew Wood, Adam Schmidtmann, Marguerite Beebe, Michael Mankiewicz, and Kristin Cook. Gina Holsopple is Music Director and Jessica Dobrzynski is assisting with choreography.

The popular Dessert Theatre Series offers an unique evening out for dessert and a show at the Arts Center for one night only, Valentine’s weekend, February 13 at 8pm. Desserts are included in the admission price. The Arts Center is located at 11 River Glen Drive on the Cayuga College Fulton Campus.  Dessert Theatre will return July 16 and October 15 with Act 2 and Act 3 in the series celebrating the Tony’s. For more information, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 598-ARTS (2787).

A Night at the Tony’s featuring award-winning Broadway musicals and the songs that made them famous will be presented by CNY Arts Center one night only, February 13, 8 pm at 11 River Glen Drive on the Cayuga College Fulton Campus. The evening of song and dance will be paired with a buffet of desserts. For more information visit CNYArtsCenter.com or call 59-ARTS (2787)
ZIAIE INTERNS WITH CHIRELLO ADVERTISING
Shireen R. Ziaie, a senior Public Relations major with a sequence in Journalism at SUNY Oswego, has joined Chirello Advertising this spring as an intern, it was announced by Steve Chirello, owner.

Ziaie, from Syracuse, will be working on research, writing, and social media for advertising and marketing segments dealing with multiple types of media. Ziaie will also be working on projects that include video production and web design. Within the aspect of Public Relations, Ziaie will be working on communication tactics and news releases.
At SUNY Oswego, Ziaie is currently a member of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). As a member of the organization she works on various Public Relations projects using different forms of media while also focusing on Community Relations. Ziaie is also a member of Oswego States Equestrian team, in which she has been a western rider for almost two years and has competed in multiple horse shows. Ziaie has also been an active member of Del Sarte, the  university’s dance club.

 

International Woman’s Day Event to be Held March 8th
The Zonta Club of Oswego will be hosting an International Woman’s Day Event on March 8th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm at the CiTi Campus in Mexico.  Admission is FREE.  This year’s theme is Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity.  Activities will be offered for ages 12 and up will focus on self exploration and skills development.  A special sling shot-building project and networking seminar sponsored by Novelis will be available for ages 12-18.  Come for an evening of empowerment, entertainment, learning and fun!  Light snacks and refreshments will be served. Opportunities for tabling at the event are available.  Advanced registration is recommended.  For more information visit the Zonta Club of Oswego’s Facebook page or contact Iraina Gerchman at [email protected].

 

Win a Day at the Saratoga Race Track at the CAC Wing Fest

Would you like to experience horse racing at one of the country’s premier tracks?  The Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County will make that happen for one lucky winner!

As part of the CAC’s 5th Annual Wing Fest, the agency will hold a drawing for a chance to win a Race Day at Saratoga package.  Sponsored by Engel Law Offices, the Race Day at Saratoga package offers a full day of excitement at the famed Saratoga Race Track in Saratoga Springs that includes:

– A morning backstretch tour of the Saratoga Race Course
– Up close and personal interaction with world class horse trainers and jockeys
– Two box seats tickets for the afternoon races
– A gift certificate for an Old Time Photo
– $200 Gift Certificate to Sperry’s Restaurant, a popular downtown eatery in Saratoga Springs

“Whether you’re a horse racing enthusiast or will be attending your first race, the Race Day at Saratoga is an experience you’ll never forget,” said CAC Executive Director Karrie Damm.  “In addition to the events at the race track, we are also offering other raffles and a 50/50 cash prize to be drawn at the CAC Wing Fest.  Last year’s winner took home almost $950!”

To be held Friday, February 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Lake Ontario Event & Conference Center, East First Street in Oswego adjacent to the Best Western Hotel, the CAC’s Wing Fest features chicken wings from a variety of Oswego County’s favorite eateries as well as samples of select beers and wine.  Participating restaurants include: Canale’s Restaurant, Greene’s Ale House, Jimmie James BBQ, The Press Box, Malone’s Irish Hideaway, GJP Italian Eatery Oswego, Kristen’s Kitchen at Battle Island, Garafolo’s, GS Steamer’s, Bistro 197, and Alex’s on the Water.

Tickets for the Race Day at Saratoga package will be available at the Wing Fest and may also be purchased online at www.oswegowingfest.com.  All other raffles will be offered at the event only.  “We are grateful to Engel Law Offices for its generous sponsorship for the Race Day at Saratoga package.  Its concern for our youth and its support of the CAC are certainly appreciated,” added Damm.
In front from left are: Rachel Muntz, Todd Engel, Karrie Damm, and Carol Gaziatano.  In the back row are Shirley Kimber, Stacy Austin-Root, Melanie Proper, and Melissa Baker.

 

 

Reading Rescue Event
A Touch of Grace Inspirational and Every Day Gifts will be hosting an event on Monday February 15th at 1pm, which includes a ‘Reading for Rescue’ story time as well as a chance for people to meet the stars of the books’ Charlotte’s Big Dream and Sawyer’s Promise. These stories were written about actual rescue dogs in our area and a portion of the proceeds from the sales of these books will go directly to fund Paws Across Oswego County! We will be carrying their books here at the store, which are good for adults as well and children’s books here at the store, written, illustrated and printed right here in Oswego,  that make wonderful gifts for animal lovers.  To find out more about opportunities to have a ‘Reading for Rescue’ event of your own, come on down on the 15th, meet some of the authors and illustrators of this local publishing company, meet the dogs and feel good about supporting such a worthy local cause

  • Rediscover Cuba; Travel Presentation
    Tuesday, February 9 • 5:30 p.m.
    Maplewood Suites Extended Stay
    400 7th North St., Liverpool • Map

    Learn about Collette’s Rediscover Cuba travel program scheduled for September 15-23, 2016. This nine-day trip includes round-trip airfare from Syracuse Hancock International Airport and 17 meals. Highlights include Cayo Santa Maria Island, Sugar Museum, Remedios, Cienfuegos, Botanical Gardens, Cuban Cigar Factory, Havana, Literacy Museum, Cuban Fine Arts Museum, Salsa Dancing and Casa Fuster. Per person rates are $4,449 (double), $4,949 (single). RSVP to 315-701-2648 to attend the presentation. For more information, contact Shannon Fults at 315- 470-1884 or [email protected].
  • CNYIBA Networking for Exporters
    Thursday, February 18 • 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
    Clark’s Ale House, Ltd.
    100 E. Washington St., Syracuse • Map

    Network with exporters, export service providers and potential clients from the region. CNY International Business Alliance members and its board will be available to answer questions and offer exporting assistance.
    Cost: Free with advance registration. For more information, contact Kathy Hallahan at 315-470-1948 or [email protected]
  • Business After Hours and Member Showcase
    Wednesday, February 24 • 5 to 7 p.m.
    Dinosaur Bar-B-Que
    246 W. Willow St., Syracuse • Map

    Don’t miss this great night of food and networking. A limited number of tabletop displays are available for purchase by CenterState CEO members. Attendees also have a chance to visit each display to win two round-trip tickets on Delta Air Lines.
    Cost: $15 for members; $25 for non-members. For more information contact Lisa Metot at 315-470-1870 or [email protected]. Tabletops cost $150; contact Beth Savicki at 315-470-1833 or [email protected].

 

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Eastern Managed Print Network
1224 West Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13204
315-233-8120
Julie Wingood

Fulton Animal Hospital, LLC
200 Gansvoort Street
Fulton, NY 13069
315-593-3333
Andrea Mollica

GJP Oswego Italian Eatery
140 State Route 104
Oswego, NY 13126
315-207-1000
Larry Miller

K-9 Grooming
2452 County Route 7
Oswego, NY 13126
315-343-5158
Marie Schadt

Oswego Expeditions
268 Duer Street
Oswego, NY 13126
315-561-0223
Jennifer Mays

US Beer Bites
17 West Cayuga Street
Oswego, NY 13126
315-529-9504
Amara Ercums

Port City Co-Op
137 B West Second Street
Oswego, NY 13126
315-529-5177
Linda DeMassi

Sensibility Outfitters
193 West First Street, Suite 2
Oswego, NY 13126
315-529-2669
Shellie Oatman

Woodforest National Bank
1818 State Route 3
Fulton, NY 13069
315-598-1913
Veronica Blandford

Adirondack Physical & Occupational Therapy
127 East First Street
Oswego, NY 13126
315-207-2222
Michelle King

Mimi’s Home Cleaning
268 Lakeshore Road
Oswego, NY 13126
315-402-7581
Eric Susino-Acton

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