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September 25, 2018

A Trip To The Oswego County Fair Turns Out To Be A “Blue Ribbon” Day For St. Luke Residents


OSWEGO –Residents of St. Luke Health Services in Oswego made the trip to this year’s Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek.

Pictured (left to right) at the Oswego County Fair is St. Luke resident Marilyn Manley with Robin Seaman, LPN at St. Luke, and a fair organizer. Manley is being congratulated for her “blue ribbon” winning entry in the juried art category of decorative work.

Pictured (left to right) at the Oswego County Fair is St. Luke resident Marilyn Manley with Robin Seaman, LPN at St. Luke, and a fair organizer. Manley is being congratulated for her “blue ribbon” winning entry in the juried art category of decorative work.

They returned with a number of “blue ribbons” and other awards for entries they submitted in “juried” categories ranging from baked goods, to handmade quilts, floral arrangements and other decorative items.

All together St. Luke residents submitted 18 “juried” entries and won 17 ribbons.

While at the fair residents had the opportunity to tour the grounds and take in the sights and sounds of this annual summertime ritual.

The trip to the County Fair is just one of the many outings enjoyed by residents at St. Luke.

A full calendar of outings to concerts and other local events and favorite spots, as well as plenty of “in-house” activities like picnics and entertainment are sure to keep everyone busy and engaged in the warm months ahead.

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