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September 20, 2018

Women’s Group Hosts Paws Across Oswego County Speaker


OSWEGO, NY – Kim Manoni, president of Paws Across Oswego County was the guest speaker for the Oswego Association of  Business and Professional Women during the October 15 meeting at Vona’s Restaurant.

She spoke of the non-profit that tends to the needs of animals needing placement in their forever homes.

From left are: Kim Manoni, president of Paws Across Oswego County and the guest speaker for the October meeting of Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women; Terry Todd, vice president of the OABPW; Betty Pecora, committee member OABPW; and Beth Clark, president of OABPW.

From left are: Kim Manoni, president of Paws Across Oswego County and the guest speaker for the October meeting of Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women; Terry Todd, vice president of the OABPW; Betty Pecora, committee member OABPW; and Beth Clark, president of OABPW.

She herself adopted two rescue dogs from the facility on County Route 1 in Oswego.

She discussed fundraising efforts made to benefit Paws Across Oswego County.

She asked for the group to come visit Paws and Effect Inc. and its thrift store held the second Thursday and Friday of the month 1-7 p.m. and Saturday noon to 5 p.m.

She told the group of the upcoming fundraiser November 24, an all-day holiday craft show that will include light refreshments and local vendors.

She encouraged the group to shop for holiday gifts and to help animals at the same time.

The OABPW meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at Vona’s at 6 p.m. with the exception of July and August.

The Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women membership includes working women and retirees.

We support local groups and organizations.

We are currently working on our Thanksgiving donation to the Human Concerns Food Pantry that benefits Oswego’s residents.

If interested in joining this group of women please reach out to Pat Cole, membership committee, at 342-2455.

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