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County Legislature Recognizes Older Americans

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego County Legislature’s Human Services Committee recently presented a proclamation designating May as Older Americans Month.

Since 1955, the Older Americans Act has provided services that help older adults remain healthy and independent.

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These programs also support family caregivers and address issues such as exploitation, neglect and abuse.

Pictured from left are Committee Chairman Shane Broadwell; Matthew Broadwell; Committee Vice Chairman Daniel LeClair, District 8; Scotty Schladebeck; Amy Tresidder, District 16; Ann Martin, Oswego County Office for the Aging Advisory Council; Amy Roland, Oswego County Office for the Aging Advisory Council; Paula Rohn, chairperson, Oswego County Office for the Aging Advisory Council; Oswego County Office for the Aging Director Sara Sunday; Garrett Lawton; Shawn Doyle, District 3; Marie C. Schadt, District 19; Amanda Ronkko; John Proud, District 7; Douglas Malone, District 20; and Elizabeth Bush.