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APW begins selection of NHS candidates

Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) Junior/Senior High School has begun the selection process for students to be inducted into the APW chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS).

Students in the junior and senior classes will be evaluated for membership by the faculty council which consists of five members of the APW Jr/Sr High School faculty.  Members of the faculty council are determined by APW Senior High Principal Michel

Eagle Scout builds raft for museum’s fishing pond

Oswego County Weeklies

Thanks to West Monroe Eagle Scout Eric Hartmann, the fishing pond at the Salmon River Visitors Center and International Sport Fishing Museum has a new raft. The museum has developed an acre fishing pond on the museum grounds on state Route 13, but needed a structure in the pond for the fish to hide under.

The pond is stocked with more than 40 largemouth bass. Visitors are welcome to cast and release their catches.

The annual Salmon Festival is October 10

The annual Salmon Festival in Pulaski will be held Saturday Oct.10 during Columbus Day weekend.

Family-friendly activities being held in South Park will include: a chicken barbecue and other food, a vendor fair, information booth, a bounce house courtesy of Condominium Travel of Pulaski, a photo booth courtesy of Douglaston Salmon Run, children’s games and crafts, as well as live music by the Lisa Lee Trio.

APW Junior-Senior High School welcomes new principal Michelle Crisafulli

Oswego County Weeklies

The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Junior-Senior High School welcomes a new principal this year who comes from the Baldwinsville Central School District, Michelle Crisafulli.

Crisafulli previously taught in Baldwinsville for 13 years and acted as the assistant principal of Charles W. Baker High School for three years and the principal for four years. Her teaching and administrative degrees were earned from SUNY Oswego.

Ladies auxiliary fall fundraiser

The Ladies Auxiliary will host a fall fundraiser on Oct. 4, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Pulaski American Legion, 3350 Maple Ave., Pulaski.

Local crafters and vendors to shop from. No admission. Bake sale, raffles, open kitchen, face painting from noon-4 p.m. Sand art $2.

All proceeds after expenses to be donated to the Pulaski Auxiliary to help with the Community Kids Trunk or Treat Party.

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