WBUC Rewarded For Producing Public Safety Spots

OSWEGO, NY – Brookfield Renewable Power, the Oswego Fire Department and Oswego High School WBUC staff members collaborated to have the students produce public service announcements about water safety.

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The PSA was to make people aware that they should wear a personal floatation device when on or near water.

With the Oswego River and fishermen who come to town, there was a desire to emphasize the use of a PFD when around the river.

Stephen Cass of WBUC (right) and Superintendent of Schools Bill Crist accept a check from Lela Katzman representing Brookfield.