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Rotarians Plant Oak Trees

Pictured are: Carrie Penoyer, Bob Pompo (Oswego Rotary President), Dave Granoff (Oswego Rotary Foundation Chair) and Sabine Ingerson.
Pictured are: Carrie Penoyer, Bob Pompo (Oswego Rotary President), Dave Granoff (Oswego Rotary Foundation Chair) and Sabine Ingerson.

OSWEGO – The Oswego Rotary Club planted two English Oak trees this past week in Leotta Park in conjunction with the Oswego Sunrise Rotary club and Ontario Orchards.

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Pictured are: Carrie Penoyer, Bob Pompo (Oswego Rotary President), Dave Granoff (Oswego Rotary Foundation Chair) and Sabine Ingerson.

The Oswego Sunrise Rotary club is constructing a gazebo in the same location.

Purchase of the trees was possible through local matching grants in District #7150 of Rotary International.

Another great community service project for both clubs.