OSWEGO, NY – Members of the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club are collecting cans to support literacy.
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This was one of the many projects discussed at the club’s Thursday Club Assembly.
Plans were made to hold a community yard and garden show on May 22.
Rotary plans to install a concrete railroad shanty found near Fort Ontario. The project is being worked on by members of the Oswego High School technology department.
Rotary is also donating to the H. Lee White Marine Museum’s art and writing contest.