Pathfinder Bank and Fat Nancy’s tackle shops announced the 2011 “No-Com Calcutta,” a unique competition open to all professional division teams entered in the 17th annual Oswego County Pro-Am Salmon and Trout Team Tournament.
Three business organizations, a successful entrepreneur and a long-standing economic development advocate were also honored for significant contributions to economic development and job creation in Oswego County.
The ‘family fun’ event is organized by the Oswego County Autism Task Force in effort to strive toward the mission of enhancing the lives of those touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder in Oswego County.
The annual hoedown was held at the Minetto Elementary School recently. Youngsters enjoyed physical education classes with a variety of western themed activities.
Melanie Trexler, executive director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, has announced that Alliance Bank will serve as the official sponsor for the United Way’s Annual Meeting.
Area youth in grades kindergarten through sixth enjoyed themselves recently at the annual CYO Halloween Party held at Catholic Charities of Oswego County in Fulton.
With the theme of Live United, Live Well, the United Way of Greater Oswego County kicked-off its 2010 / 2011 annual campaign during a breakfast held Sept. 15 at the American Foundry.
The winner of the annual â€œCow Chip Bingoâ€ said she will use the winnings to purchase some new clothes for her new job. The proceeds from the event will be used to support an annual scholarship in the memory of Harold â€œHâ€ Dowd, a Fulton Lions Club member who passed away in September 2005.
A coalition of human service agencies are working together in planning an exciting, fun event that will raise awareness of hunger and poverty in Oswego County and help garner support for Oswego Countyâ€™s food pantries.