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Cinderella’s Closet seeking donations of dresses for this year’s giveaway

Cinderella’s Closet, a prom dress giveaway for students in area high schools, coordinated by Sandy Creek High School, is looking for donations of nearly new, clean prom or bridesmaid dresses, purses, shoes and other accessories for this year’s annual giveaway. Donations are being accepted at the Sandy Creek Central High School office or may be dropped off at the Make Sense Shop, N. Jefferson St., Pulaski during school hours. Cinderella’s Closet w

The market is strong at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School

Oswego County Weeklies

It was a bull market at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School when 17 teams from the school’s fifth grade classes invested $100,000 each in theoretical money into company stocks as they participated in the Stock Market Game. At the end of three months, seven of the teams had realized a profit, and one team stood out as the Stock Market Game champions.

The team not only bested the rest of the Lura M. Sharp teams, but they took

Good Friday Cross Walk

Cross Walk: Join fellow Christians in witnessing to Jesus Christ on Good Friday, April 3 at noon in the village of Pulaski.

On the annual “Cross Walk,” volunteers help carry the cross through the village, as they share in reading from scripture the account of the crucifixion. 

Participants will gather at the Pulaski Public Library at noon, and complete the walk at Spring B

Families invited to celebrate Screen-Free Week (March 30-April 4) with free activities

Oswego County Weeklies

by Joanna Hoyt
Screen-Free Week will be observed in Pulaski during the school vacation week, March 30-April 4. Community organizations in Pulaski, Richland and Orwell invite their neighbors to turn off electronic devices during their free time and reconnect with themselves, their families, their neighbors and the natural world.  Free community activities will be offered throughout Screen-Free Week, as they have been for the past seven

District Level Battle of the Books at Sandy Creek

Oswego County Weeklies

More than 40 students from Sandy Creek’s Elementary, Middle and High School competed for the honor to represent their district in the countywide Battle of the Books competition on March 24th at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton. The county-wide contest will begin at 6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

Facing off in four age categories, grades three and four, grade five, grades six-eight and grades nine-12, students an

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