During the month of December, the Oswego Middle School advisory classes worked diligently making hats, mittens, and scarves for the “Warm Hands, Warm Heads, Warm Hearts” winter apparel drive. The students created the apparel for the people of our community who may be in need this winter season.
Karl Haist returned to the champion’s podium in a big way at the Great Pumpkin fest in October. Parades are noted as slow with many breaks. That wasn’t the case as nearly 30 Modifieds, Small Blocks, Sportsmen and Pro Stocks started off at City Line Road, headed to East Tenth Street and then up the Utica Street hill before turning on to West First Street, right on Bridge and headed back to the Oswego Speedway pits. The Marching Bucs competed in the New England School Bands Association competition held at Wakefield High School in Massachusetts. They won the entire show with a score of 88.3 and received a gold rating.