Dr. Rotella has recently completed his family medicine residency at Aria Health, where he was chief resident. At the end of his residency this spring, he was presented the Family Medicine Resident of the Year Award by Aria Health, of Philadelphia.
SUNY Oswego’s Small Business Development Center will offer an online small business training course beginning Aug. 13. The first 10 people to sign up will receive a scholarship to cover the $200 cost.
An honor guard of Masons, members from Lake Ontario Commandery No. 32, Watertown No. 11, Lake Ontario Royal Arch No 165, Masons and Brothers from Pulaski No 279 and Shrine marched together to the presentation.
During these dry weeks some of us took advantage of the opportunity to search local graveyards for “lost stones” that are more readily found in dry periods when the sod above them brown first. Trustee Margaret Kastler had the most significant discovery while poking around Noyes cemetery. She found a long-lost stone that caused us quite a stir as we tried to figure it out.
A free kids fishing class will be held August 18. It will run from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Lake Neahtahwantha, park at Bullhead Point (where the pier reaches out into the lake), Route 3, west side of Fulton.