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Community Connections At Bishop’s Commons

OSWEGO, NY – Officer Damien Waters of the Oswego City Police Department recently visited Residents of Bishop’s Commons and Riley School first graders as part of an intergenerational program called “Community Connections.”

Pictured are resident Tom Plata, Officer Waters and resident Charlotte Sears with first graders Emily Powers, Eve Hibbert, and Derek Sabatini.
Pictured are resident Tom Plata, Officer Waters and resident Charlotte Sears with first graders Emily Powers, Eve Hibbert, and Derek Sabatini.

The program is in its second year and brings local community members together with first grade students of Terri Stacy’s class and residents of Bishop’s Commons to discuss their positive role in the Oswego community.

Officer Waters talked about car safety, stranger danger, and the importance of keeping the community safe for all ages.

Bishop’s Commons is an assistive living residence that provides the comforts of home without the worries.

For more information about “Community Connections,” or Bishop’s Commons, contact Julie Chetney at 349-0799, or visit www.bcommons.com