With the $100,000 grant, Oswego County, which operates Camp Zerbe – a park used by residents, visitors, schools and community groups – was able to renovate existing buildings and infrastructure as well as replace the dock on Lake Lorraine.
Community Bank, which has offices throughout Oswego County and beyond, has made a generous donation to Oswego Health in support of local healthcare.
Melissa Russell, co-coordinator of Oswego’s Blessings in a Backpack program, organizes the packing effort Sept. 12 as about 75 Pop Warner Football volunteers. The group, including more than 50 children, prepared to pack weekend meals and snacks for 300 needy children in the Oswego City School District.
The Oswego Town Volunteer Fire Department will hold its Fall Chicken Barbeque on October 7 from noon until sold out. Also, the department will hold its annual open house on October 11 at 6 p.m. at the Fire Station, 640 County Route 20, Oswego.
The Oswego City-County Youth Bureau is seeking proposals from community-based not-for-profit organizations for youth development programming in 2019. The youth bureau plans to award funding for one-year programs beginning Jan. 1, 2019.
Cecile Matip, who is board-certified as both an adult and child/adolescent psychiatrist, has returned to Oswego Health to provide care after living abroad for four years. Dr. Matip is delivering care to inpatient adults who seek medical services at Oswego Health’s Behavioral Health Services Department.
In October, there will only be nine classes offered, as the Tech Lab will be closed from October 15 through November 4.
Students and their families walked from classroom to classroom and met with teachers to ask questions and review expectations in an informal setting.
Former patients of Oswego County Hospice will be remembered at the annual Hospice memorial service at 2 p.m. Oct. 14 at Fulton Alliance Church, 1044 State Route 48, Fulton.
Members of the Thursday morning ladies league at Springbrook Greens Golf Course in Sterling presented Carolyn Handville, coordinator of Oswego County Opportunities’ Cancer Services Program, with a check for $750 to support breast cancer screenings in Oswego County.