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Leadership Oswego County Class Makes ‘History’

OSWEGO, NY – Exciting news from Leadership Oswego County Class of 2010!

As a tribute to Oswego City Historian, Rosemary Nesbitt, the LOC class has created a board game and fact sheet on the history of Oswego County.

As a tribute to former Oswego City Historian, Rosemary Nesbitt, the Leadership Oswego County class of 2010, pictured, has developed a board game and fact sheet on the history of Oswego County. In front are: Dan Sokal, Danielle Hayden, Aaron Rowan and Valerie Walthert.  In the middle are: Karen Perwitz, Gregory Gazda, Richard Sherman, Kimberly Hyde, Michele Scardella, Mathew Seubert, Nancy DeGilormo, Mary Hoben, Tracy Doherty, and Brenda Ko. In back are: Susan Pope, Reyne Pierce, Maggie Killoran, Morgan Berry, Lisa Solazzo, Carolyn Handville, Katie Backus, Atom Avery, Tim Yager, Edward Garrow, Brian Cummings and Mary Maunder.
As a tribute to former Oswego City Historian, Rosemary Nesbitt, the Leadership Oswego County class of 2010, pictured, has developed a board game and fact sheet on the history of Oswego County. In front are: Dan Sokal, Danielle Hayden, Aaron Rowan and Valerie Walthert. In the middle are: Karen Perwitz, Gregory Gazda, Richard Sherman, Kimberly Hyde, Michele Scardella, Mathew Seubert, Nancy DeGilormo, Mary Hoben, Tracy Doherty, and Brenda Ko. In back are: Susan Pope, Reyne Pierce, Maggie Killoran, Morgan Berry, Lisa Solazzo, Carolyn Handville, Katie Backus, Atom Avery, Tim Yager, Edward Garrow, Brian Cummings and Mary Maunder.

It was Rosemary’s mission to research and inform people about all the significant historical sites, people and events that occurred in Oswego County.

To continue her legacy, LOC called upon county historians to assist in the development of the facts contained in the game.

To celebrate and debut the board game, a Game Night has been planned for May 5 from 6-9 p.m. at the Elks club.

The event is a fundraiser to help finance the production of enough games to distribute, free of charge to the schools, libraries, YMCAs, and other organizations throughout Oswego County.

If you would like to be one of the first to play the board game, recruit a team of four, register and reserve a spot for your team.

The fee for a team is $40.

Please come and make history with the Leadership Oswego County Class of 2010 in memory of Rosemary Nesbitt.

To register your team, send a check payable to: LOC c/o Oswego College Foundation, 103 Rich Hall, Oswego, NY 13126.

For more information, contact Dawn Holynski at [email protected]