Photo Caption: Adult Education students enrolled in the Dental Assistant program at Oswego County Board Of Cooperative Education Services coordinated an outreach project to benefit local families in the Oswego County community. The students organized a canned food drive and are pictured above with some of the items they collected in just two short weeks for local families in need this winter and holiday season. Pictured, left, are: Sara Rice, Stacy Ranieri, Mallorie Byrne, seated, Macey K
The Oswego County District Attorney’s Office has been awarded $11,708 in state funds to help local law enforcement agencies purchase equipment for video recording of statements. The project is overseen by the state Division of Criminal Justice Services and is intended to help law enforcement efforts and prosecution outcomes by videotaping interviews and interrogations.
“This grant money allows law enforcement agencies to purchase additional equipment so as to expand the n
Photo Caption: The Oswego County Legislature recognized Nov. 23 as National Adoption Day during their monthly meeting. With thousands of children currently in foster care in New York state, outreach to adoptive families is a critical step in moving children into loving, permanent homes. The Oswego County Legislature’s Human Services Committee presented the proclamation to staff from the Oswego County Department of Social Services. Pictured from left are Daniel T. Farfaglia, District
Nearly Two Dozen Showcased So Far Through Initiative Highlighting Local Talent
An employee of the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, a renowned historical landmark artist and a budding watercolor painter are the new featured artists for the “Senator Patty Ritchie Celebrates Local Artists” program, an initiative organized to highlight local talent from Central and Northern New York.
Nearly two dozen artists have been featured through the program,
Oswego County Board of Cooperative Educational Services Exceptional Education students and staff recently enjoyed a Thanksgiving luncheon. Oswego County BOCES teacher Becky Craig, counselors Deb Scahill and Stacey Turtura and students Austin Baker and Johnny Bertges helped serve the meal.
The food for the luncheon was purchased through Mexico Food Services. Students of the Exceptional Education program made turkeys out of cups and paper pumpkins to decorate the tables.