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Project Explore class donates to local animal shelter

Oswego County Weeklies

Photo Caption: Project Explore students at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation collected items to donate to a local animal shelter in a project based learning opportunity. They also created pet bandanas which they sold through the Retail CiTi shop at their school and raised $60 to donate to the shelter as well.  Pictured from left, with the donations and check are: Dustin Burden, Josh Snyder, Lily Kingsley, Ambur Vrooman, Tim Ryan and Jason Abbott.

Barclay recognizes Veteran of the Year

Oswego County Weeklies

Photo Caption: Assemblyman Will Barclay recently presented veteran John Young with a State Assembly Resolution.  Young was named Veteran of the Year by the Fulton Veterans Council.  The award recognizes those who have served honorably in the military and who have contributed to the betterment of their community after being discharged.  Barclay’s resolution honors Young and makes his contributions part of official state record.

College credit offered for Career and Technical Education coursework

Select Career and Technical Education (CTE) students at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CiTi) will now receive both high school and college credits for some of their coursework.

Through a partnership between CiTi and Cayuga Community College’s Cayuga Advantage program, CTE digital media, advanced metal manufacturing and nursing assistant instructors were approved as CCC adjunct professors so students in their classes could obtain college credit for select

Eastern Star honors 2016 Grand Officers

On Thursday, Nov. 12, Oswego District Order of the Eastern Star honors its 2016 Grand Officers at a reception held at the Masonic Lodge in Sandy Creek.  Presiding Officer Rita DeLong introduced Elyse Skiles Grand Ruth, Mary Lou Colbert, District Deputy, Kenneth Wheeler,Grand Lecturer, Iealeen  Fitzgerald, Grand Representative to Nebraska, Carol Reed, Grand Representative to Minnesota, and Joan Corlis, Grand Representative to New Jersey.  Each was received and given honors. 

Knitting Club keeps Oswego County Hospice patients warm

Oswego County Weeklies

Photo Caption: The Springside Knitting Club recently donated knitted and crocheted lap blankets to Oswego County Hospice as part of a yearlong project. The lap blankets were handmade by residents of Springside, who donate their wares often to local groups and organizations. These lap blankets were donated in memory of Kenneth “Pete” Watts Sr. Accepting the donation from Sharon Figiera on behalf of Oswego County Hospice is Nicole Shue, volunteer/community support coordinator of

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