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American Indians inspired project

Oswego County Weeklies

Photo Caption: Students in Mary Ann House’s Music In Our Lives classroom at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown High School were studying  American Indians music and culture and as part of the unit researched various American Indian symbols and their meanings. The students then created a tattoo design that combined the symbols with a modified interpretation of their own design. Following their presentation the students had temporary henna tattoos applied . P

Pianist Rob Auler to perform Reinventions Concert

by Janet Gramza Marino
Pianist Rob Auler, whose new album just received a rave review in The New York Times, will perform a solo piano concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, in Pulaski.

Auler titled his concert Revinventions because it features “reinvented” versions of Classical pieces by Haydn and Bach, plus Popular music by George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, fellow piano man Billy Joel and th

SCCS Sports Booster Club to benefit from Memory Wreath

The Coterie Club will once again be sponsoring the village of Lacona’s Memory wreath.  

Each year the Club chooses an organization to receive all the funds.   This year’s choice is the SCCS Sports Booster Club

Donations, of any amount, may be sent to Coterie Club Treasurer, Eleanor Slater, PO Box 201, Sandy Creek 13145.    Be sure to include yo

26th Country Gospel Sing

Oswego County Weeklies

Sherry Anne, a doctor of chiropratic, singer, speaker, actress, writer and fitness trainer, was born with a bilateral hearing and speech impairment.  She appeared in the films, Clancy, and The Perfect Gift and was a special guest on 100 Huntley St., in Ontario, Canada.  She is a contributing author in the book, Modern-Day Miracles and released her debut CD, Thank You, in 2008.  Her first single, “Livin’ in the Rain” can be heard on

Salmon River’s special fly-fishing, catch-and-release areas

Oswego County Weeklies

by Spider Rybaak
When it comes to world-class fisheries, you’d be hard pressed to find one that isn’t chopped up into special-interest sections. Oswego County’s Salmon River is a pioneer in this process, offering a place for every fishing taste.

Its most famous section is at its headwaters a short distance from the Lower Reservoir’s dam. Restricted to fly-fishing, catch-and-r

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