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September 18, 2018

Rotarians Enjoy Presentation on Safe Haven


At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, President Peggy Donnelly, left, introduced Judy Rapaport, President of the Safe Haven Museum & Education Center at Fort Ontario in Oswego.  Judy told the story of the 982 European refugees that were transported to Oswego via train and their life at the camp from August 1944 to February 1946.  About 800 of them stayed in the United States to become American citizens.  The Museum is open to the public all year round.  Visit www.oswegohaven.org for hours of operation.   The Fulton Sunrise Rotary meets every Friday at 7 AM at Fulton's Riverside Inn.

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, President Peggy Donnelly, left, introduced Judy Rapaport, President of the Safe Haven Museum & Education Center at Fort Ontario in Oswego. Judy told the story of the 982 European refugees that were transported to Oswego via train and their life at the camp from August 1944 to February 1946. About 800 of them stayed in the United States to become American citizens. The Museum is open to the public all year round. Visit www.oswegohaven.org for hours of operation. The Fulton Sunrise Rotary meets every Friday at 7 AM at Fulton's Riverside Inn.

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