by June Kraus
Memorial Day will be observed in Central Square, beginning with a parade at 9 a.m, 8:30 line up at Tucker Ave. and U.S. Route 11.
The parade of police, fire trucks, ambulance, parade bands and community groups will end at the Veterans Memorial Park. The parade will not stop in the center of town. There will be a service at the park with various speakers and the playing of the national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, and Taps.
Raymond-Faulkner-Cook American Legion Post 858 in Cleveland invites the public to participate in Memorial Day Observances on Monday, May 27. The first event of the day will take place at 9 a.m. at the North Shore Veterans Monument at the David C. Webb Memorial Park at Taft Bay on state Route 49 in Bernhards Bay. The Honor Guard of Raymond-Faulkner-Cook American Legion Post 858 and the Officers of Trach-Auringer VFW Post 7325 will conduct the ceremony.
At 9:45 a.m. St. Mary’s Cem
by June Kraus
Central Square Girl Scout Troop 10635, presented a "Gift of Caring" to some of the first responders in the area on Thursday, May 2, at the Central Square Fire Company. The gift consisted of boxes Girl Scout Cookies and personally written cards.
The Scout troop has been giving a Gift of Caring for the past six years and was a way the troop leaders encouraged the girls to be more community oriented. By giving to area responders, one of the
Concert featuring Les and Linda Green's Gospel Music combined with the Constantia United Methodist Choir on Sunday, June 2.
Covered-dish lunch at 12:30 p.m. Concert at 2 p.m. The church is located on Frederick Street in Constantia. the church is handicapped accessible.
The Oswego Opera Theater’s board of directors announces the addition of its newest member, Clarke Warner-Long.
Warner-Long is a native Central New Yorker. He and his wife of 34 years, Mary Anne, currently reside in Oswego County.
He received his bachelor of arts in English and his master in special education from the State University of New York at Oswego. Warner-Long continued his graduate work in special education at Syracuse University and Nazareth College