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Silent Auction features T-shirt signed by SU Football Team

OSWEGO, NY – History is being made as Syracuse University begins its inaugural season with the Atlantic Coast Conference. Your chance to own a piece of that history comes at this year’s Scrabble Fest on Friday.

An SU Inaugural ACC football season autographed T-shirt highlights the silent auction at this year’s Scrabble Fest. Pictured are Penny Halstead (left), OCO Health Services assistant, who donated the shirt along with her husband, John, who works in OCO’s Accounting Department. At right are Meg Henderson, LVOC coordinator (center) and Beth Kazel, Education Services director.
An SU Inaugural ACC football season autographed T-shirt highlights the silent auction at this year’s Scrabble Fest. Pictured are Penny Halstead (left), OCO Health Services assistant, who donated the shirt along with her husband, John, who works in OCO’s Accounting Department. At right are Meg Henderson, LVOC coordinator (center) and Beth Kazel, Education Services director.

An SU inaugural ACC 2013 season T-shirt, signed by members of the football team, is being featured at the silent auction during the seventh annual Diane Falise Memorial LVOC Scrabble Fest to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Oswego Elks Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., welcome is at 6:15 p.m., and play begins promptly at 6:30 p.m.

Spectators are invited and welcome to attend; admission is $15 and includes light refreshments and participation in the silent auction, 50/50 and door prize drawings. If you’d like to register a team, please call 342-8839 to see if openings remain.

Scrabble Fest, which serves as a fundraiser for LVOC, helps to raise awareness of LVOC’s efforts to increase literacy in Oswego County.

A program of Oswego County Opportunities Education Services, LVOC provides confidential services at no cost to the students such as: Basic Literacy that includes reading, writing and simple math skills; English Literacy to improve English speaking, reading and writing skills; and Computer Literacy to teach basic computer skills.

OCO, Inc., is a private, non-profit agency that has been supporting communities throughout Oswego County since 1966.

A member agency of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, OCO provides more than 50 vital services throughout 80 separate locations.