The first Relay For Life in the village of Pulaski was held at the Haldane Center on Saturday, June 20 from noon to midnight. Co-chairs Bill and Tammy Wood decided to help organize this event in honor of Bill's mother Linda Braley, who lost her life to Cancer several years ago and all those whose lives have been affected by this deadly disease.
Since 1985, Relay For Life events bring communities across the globe come together
Photo Caption: The Oswego County Legislature recently presented members of the 2015 Sandy Creek softball team with a certificate of recognition for their spectacular performance this season with a record of 20 wins and 4 losses. Earlier this month, the team brought home their fourth consecutive Class C Championship title against Bishop Grimes. Pictured from left are Assistant Coach Jonn Stoker; Maggie King; Adrian Ranieri; McKenna Guarasce; Allison Burrows; Sa
The Pulaski Historical Society will join in the celebration of “Old Home Days” with a special display at the museum, of stories and photos from past festivities. Included will be advertisements, articles and pictures from the 1910 “Old Home Week,” when the Memorial Boulder was installed and dedicated in South Park.
Also, ”Wedding Dresses and Organization Outfits” will be on di
Mayor Peggy Manchester has announced that the 10th Mountain Division Band will come to the Lacona Farmers Market on Thursday, July 30.
The band will play from 5-7 p.m. The market is held on the corner of Maple Ave and Harwood Drive and runs each Thursday from 4-7 p.m.
Parking for the band event will be on the Lacona Firemen’s Field on Maple Ave. People should en
At Ricard Grange, county Route 30, Altmar Tea Kettle Music will perform Saturday, July 25, at 1 p.m. This is a singer that interacts with the children by having them act, dance, and play instruments.
On the same day the Oswego County Sheriff’s Dept. will be making safe child cards used in case of an Amber Alert . They suggest these be updated each year. Both events are free.