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Oswego Sunrise Rotary Hears About Boy Scouts

OSWEGO, NY – On Oct. 7, the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club heard Boy Scout commissioners, Dr. Ray Morrison and Tim Gleason tell about the historic role of Boy Scouts and Rotary.

Both organizations started in Chicago more than 100 years ago.

Dr. Ray Morrison, left, and Rev. Tim Gleason are thanked by Sunrise Rotary President Carol Reed.
Dr. Ray Morrison, left, and Rev. Tim Gleason are thanked by Sunrise Rotary President Carol Reed.

Rotary has supported Scouting since the beginning.

Currently the city of Oswego has two Cub Scout packs, one Boy Scout troop and one Sea Scout ship.

Dr. Morrison has recently moved to Oswego to take a job at Penfield Library and has accepted the position as district commissioner.

He has a long distinguished record with the Boy Scouts in Kansas.

Rev. Gleason and Commissioner Morrison hope to create new scouting organizations to better serve the youth of Oswego County.