October Guest Chef Dinner at Oswego County Salvation Army

Steve Canale, owner, and Alison Scanlon, manager of the Press Box, serve dinners at a previous Guest Chef Dinner. They will be back on October 16, for service starting at 4:30 p.m. at 73 W. Second St. for dining in or carrying out.
Steve Canale, owner, and Alison Scanlon, manager of the Press Box, serve dinners at a previous Guest Chef Dinner. They will be back on October 16, for service starting at 4:30 p.m. at 73 W. Second St. for dining in or carrying out.

OSWEGO – Steve Canale, Alison Scanlon, and their staff of the Press Box, will be providing the next Guest Chef Dinner for the Oswego County Salvation Army on October 16, with service starting at 4:30 p.m., for dining in or taking out, at the Center for Worship and Service, 73 W. Second St.

Steve Canale, owner, and Alison Scanlon, manager of the Press Box, serve dinners at a previous Guest Chef Dinner. They will be back on October 16, for service starting at 4:30 p.m. at 73 W. Second St. for dining in or carrying out.
Steve Canale, owner, and Alison Scanlon, manager of the Press Box, serve dinners at a previous Guest Chef Dinner. They will be back on October 16, for service starting at 4:30 p.m. at 73 W. Second St. for dining in or carrying out.

Their menu for the evening will be meat loaf, their famous macaroni and cheese, and coleslaw.

Members of the advisory board will provide an assortment of desserts and beverages.

There is ample parking and the building is fully accessible.

The Press Box has been pleasing Oswego palates for more than 33 years.

According to Alison Scanlon, daughter of Steve Canale and manager, “We offer a wide assortment of pub-style menu items including burgers, paninis, wraps, entrees, grilled pizza, and salads, served up in a sports themed atmosphere.”

The restaurant, on two tiers, offers many large screen TVs and a lake view from the deck. Famous diners have included Steve Levy and Linda Cohen, ESPN anchors, who still come to the Press Box whenever they are in town, and George Pataki, former New York State governor.

The Guest Chef Dinners are organized by the advisory board of The Salvation Army of Oswego County and offered to the community to raise funds for fresh-cooked meals and food pantry services in both Fulton and Oswego as well as other services provided to individuals and families in need throughout the county.

In August, the Corps provided 869 soup kitchen meals in Oswego and 325 in Fulton. It provided 152 Oswego households with groceries for 2,304 meals and 38 Fulton households with groceries for 783 meals.

It also distributed about 800 loaves of bread.

Fourteen households purchased low-cost foods through the Food Sense program of the Food Bank of Central New York.

The Corps operates a Bridging the Gap program that teaches life skills and gives a second chance to young people that have made poor decisions.

The final Guest Chef Dinner for this year will be provided through the generosity of Canale’s Restaurant on November 13.

Information about The Salvation Army or about serving as a volunteer is available at 315-343-6491 or at the office at 73 W. Second St.