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Palermo UMC rummage sale

Mark your calendars. The Palermo United Methodist Church will host their spring rummage sale for two big weekends; Friday, May 9, Saturday, May 10 and again Friday May 16 and Saturday, May 17 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The sale offers a huge variety of items including; clothing for all sizes, household goods, toys and books.

Everything is in good condition and reasonably priced. The sale is located on the lower level of the church; 11 County Route 35 just off of state Route 3.

Senior casino bus trip

The local senior citizens are having a casino bus for all interested people.

The cost is $32 but when you get off the bus they hand you back $25 to play with.

The casino is OLG in Canada so a passport or enhanced license is necessary.

Call Donna 676-7504 to sign up.

Palermo Senior Citizens

On March 19 we held our covered dish lunch. There were many delicious green dishes and many of us "wearing of the green."
Nancy, our trip co-ordinator informed us of the trips for the upcoming year.

Saturday, May 10 we will travel to the Lilac Festival. Also planned a lunch cruise on Skaneateles Lake for July.

For fall, we will go on a Seneca Lake Wine Tour and the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Auburn.

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday May 21 at the

Ride For Ramps welcomes sponsors

This year’s ARISE and Ride for Ramps will be bigger and better than ever.  The event has a new location thanks to new partner Lighthouse Lanes, and even more exciting features, thanks to Oswego Speedway.

ARISE and Ride for Ramps will take place on Saturday, May 31 at Lighthouse Lanes.  The event features a motorcycle ride, 5K run, and the chance for kids to ride their bikes at the Speedway.  There will be a chicken barbecue, along with other food, lots of activiti

Oswego County combats jail overcrowding with alternatives to incarceration

The Oswego County Legislature’s Public Safety and Finance and Personnel committees have approved a budget modification request from Oswego County Sheriff Reuel A. Todd to cover the cost of housing inmates out-of-county. In the first two months of the year, this expense amounted to $130,000 which exhausted the adopted 2014 budget amount of $100,000. The full Legislature will vote on the budget transfer next Thursday.

“A minimum of $30,000 is necessary at this time to proce

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