Organizers said Warm Up Oswego 2012 was the biggest and best ever. Hundreds of people took part in activities inside and outside the Oswego YMCA Armory and all over the city as well. The event helped lift the Port City out of the winter doldrums.
This spooktacular event will feature face painting, bounce houses, spooky decorations, refreshments and
games and a haunted hayride behind the Y.
Thanks to the generosity of the Fulton YMCA, youth participating in the CYO Summer Drop-in Recreation Program have been able to beat the heat with a trip to the Y’s swimming pool.
“Food that’s in when school is out” is the theme of this summer’s effort to provide a healthy breakfast and lunch to teenagers and youngsters 18 years of age and under.
Oswego County Opportunities and Oswego Hospital conduct health fair dedicated to women’s health. It also reached out to the uninsured in the county. The event attracted dozens of people, women and men, to the Fulton YMCA.
The mission of the bookmobile is really quite simply. It’s about getting books to kids and empowering them to be great readers, organizers said. It will also prevent regression of students’ reading abilities over the summer, they added.
OCO’s Cancer Services Program invites women of all ages to attend a health fair designed exclusively for them. Scheduled for June 4, the event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the Fulton YMCA, Route 3 West from 1 to 4 p.m.
Proceeds from the Strong Kids Campaign will fund scholarships that allow children and families who otherwise may not be able to, to benefit from family strengthening YMCA programs such as child care, day camp and programs for at-risk youth.
There will be entertaining activities for all ages at Spring Fest will on May 1 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Oswego Y Armory.