ACR Health has twice as many clients as it had at this time last year, due to changes mandated by the state.
The organization is faced with the challenge of expanding the Holiday Angel program to serve all the people on ACR's list.
The development director Carrie Portzline-Large believes it's possible.
“If our generous community responds to the call for Holiday Angels as it has in the past, we’ll make life a little better for the most vulnera
Computers are an integral part of life. Much like other equipment we use, they require specific maintenance in order to prolong the life and usefulness. Learn how easy computer maintenance can be and how to tune up your computer quickly, easily, and safely at the next Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training’s (WNET) monthly breakfast meeting, Thursday, Dec. 4, 8 a.m. at Operation Oswego County, 44 W. Bridge St., Oswego. During this seminar, Crystal Wilcox will discuss defragm
The Oswego County Health Department is offering influenza immunization clinics for people age 19 and older weekdays at the Nick Sterio Public Health Clinic, 70 Bunner St., Oswego. Adult influenza clinics are held from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. No appointment is needed; walk-ins are welcome. Adults may also receive flu shots the third Tuesday of every month from 9-11 a.m. at the H. Douglas Barclay Courthouse, Pulaski.
The influenza vaccination costs $37. Pneumonia vaccine is also availabl
by Susan S. Gugliotto
Each year the Mexicalli Quilters hold a raffle for a handmade quilt. This year is no exception. The raffle is an 82 inch by 82 inch quilt that many hands came together to create. The tickets are six for $5 or $1 apiece. They can be purchased from any of the members or by calling Jeanne Brown the guild president at 216-4805. The raffle will be held on Dec. 7.
But who are the Mexicalli Quilters?
They are a group th
Oswego County Workforce New York (OCWNY), Oswego Health, The Manor at Seneca Hill, and the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CiTi, formerly Oswego County BOCES) are working together to offer a new opportunity in the health care field.
Representatives recently met with more than a dozen job seekers to discuss a new specialized training program being offered for certified nursing assistants (CNAs). The candidates learned about the role of a CNA and h