Photo Caption: Camp Hollis recently invited the Oswego County Legislature to come out and tour the facility, meet the campers and enjoy lunch on the picturesque lakeside campus. The campers sang songs and made buttons to thank the Legislature for its support. For information on openings at Camp Hollis, call 349-3241.
A capacity crowd of teachers, administrators and family members filled the Sheldon Hall Ballroom to capacity recently to congratulate graduates of the Oswego County Board of Cooperative Educational Services New Vision program.
The year-end ceremony recognized nearly 80 students who completed one year of study in the Oswego County BOCES New Vision Allied Health, Law and Government, and Specialized Careers programs. Each offering provided high school seniors with a chance to explore diff
Photo Caption: Oswego County Legislators Daniel Farfaglia, District 24, and James Karasek, District 22, met with students during the annual Legislature visit to Camp Hollis. Students from the Oswego County Board of Cooperative Educational Services Summer Program at Camp Hollis introduced themselves to the audience after performing a song. Pictured from left are Mrs. Cooper, Wyatt Hoyt-Sanchez, Caleb Holmes, Hunter Louis, Mrs. Natoli, Legislator Farfaglia and Legislator Karasek.
On July 20, 75 animal lovers celebrated the Oswego County Humane Society’s 15thbirthday at a clambake at Bayshore Grove. In addition to the great food, there were lawn games, music, a silent auction, a "closest to the pin" golf contest, and a raffle for a $500 Lottery Scratch Off Board. Greg Furlong was the winner of the "closest to the pin" contest. Donna Kuhn, president of the Humane Society Board of Directors summed up the day, “It was wond
Photo Caption: The Oswego County Legislature held its August meeting at the H. Douglas Barclay Courthouse in Pulaski. Just five years after the 1814 Battle of Oswego, the county’s first courthouse was built inland from Great Lake Ontario, was a major theater of action during the War of 1812. For nearly a century, the county operated with two seats, one in Pulaski and the other in Oswego, and this annual meeting honors that heritage. Pictured is Oswego County Legislator Shawn Doyle,