Author Visits Oswego Rotary

OSWEGO – Jim Farfaglia was the guest speaker at Oswego Rotary Club this week.

He is a retired classroom and outdoor education teacher.

Pictured are: club president Bob Pompo, Jim Farfaglia and Sue Witmer.

In retirement, he is fulfilling his lifelong interest in writing.

Some of his recent books – Of the Earth: The Stories of Oswego County’s Muck Farms; Voices in the Storm: Stories From The Blizzard of ’66; Pioneers: The Story of Oswego County’s Search and Rescue Team.

At Rotary, he shared his latest book – Nestle in Fulton, New York: How Sweet It Was.

He is also the owner of ClearPath Publishing, which allows him to pursue another passion: helping others write their stories.

His editing work includes The Memoir Project, sponsored by the Fulton Public Library, which annually publishes a book of essays written by its townspeople.

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