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March Meatball Madness winner announced

United Baptist Church of Scriba recently held its first Blessings in a Backpack "March Meatball Madness" Spaghetti Dinner at the Mexico VFW. During the event, four judges taste tested meatballs from six different establishments in Oswego County.

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Rotary, student exchange flags

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, foreign exchange student Paula Robles from Madrid, Spain, presented the Rotary flag from her city to Sunrise Rotary President Betty Maute.

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Fulton salon honors OCO for 50 years

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Linking Fulton's footpaths

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, Rotarian LaVerne DeLand, right, introduced Marie Mankiewicz, center, and Brittney Jerred, who have been working to establish a cohesive plan, with community support, to link Fulton

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s eight walking trails and 12 city parks.

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Holistic Wellness Fair coming April 17

Peaceful Remedies, a local organization that provides information and support for individuals and families facing life-altering challenges, will host a Holistic Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 17.

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Occupational therapist visits Oswego Rotary

Michele King,

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Immunization Week proclaimed

Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow has proclaimed the week of April 16-23 as Infant Immunization Awareness Week in the city of Oswego.

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Syracuse Rotary official visits Fulton Rotary

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, Rotarian Linda Rossiter, right, introduced Blessed Sikhosana from the Syracuse Sunrise Rotary Club.

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Rebeor discusses homes show with Rotary

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Local author visits Fulton Lions

Fulton Lions President Paul Foster, right, thanks local author Jim Farfaglia for his presentation at the March 17 club meeting on "Voices In The Storm: Stories From the Blizzard of ?

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Undersheriff visits Oswego Rotary

Undersheriff Eugene F. Sullivan III, right, from the Oswego County Sheriff

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s Office, was a recent guest at an Oswego Rotary club meeting.

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It Can Wait virtual reality demo today

Officials from Oswego City Police, New York State University Police at Oswego and the Governor

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s Traffic Safety Committee are teaming up with AT

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T and other local organizations to educate Oswego residents and students about the dangers of smartphone distracted driving by demonstrating the true-life hazards in 3D virtual reality at the Marano Campus Center Ice Arena on the SUNY Oswego campus from 6-9 p.m. today.

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Phoenix students perform in honor band

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Granby Elementary honors honesty, perseverance

Granby Elementary School recently honored select students who have continuously portrayed the character traits of honesty and perseverance during a recent assembly.

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Theresa Robinson, right, constituent services representative from Congressman John Katko

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s office, presents Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier with a flag that had previously flown above the United States Capitol in Washington, D. C. Katko sent the flag in recognition of OCO

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s 50th anniversary.

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Official from AG's Office visits Fulton Sunrise Rotary

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Fulton man charged with sexual misconduct

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Award presented

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, Rotarian Ed Garrow was awarded the coveted Paul Harris Fellow.

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Fulton Rotary welcomes seniors

Each month the Fulton Noon Rotary Club invites two senior students from G. Ray Bodley High School to lunch.

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Award presented

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, past president Dennis Goss was awarded the coveted Paul Harris Fellow.

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Witmer visits Sunrise Rotary

At a recent Sunrise Rotary meeting, Dan Farfaglia, right, introduced Dan Witmer from the St. Baldrick

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s Day Foundation.

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Fulton Rotary backs food pantries

Several years ago, the Fulton Noon Rotary Club took on the task of asking 12 different organizations in the Fulton community to choose a month to make an extra effort to restock the two major food pantries in Fulton.

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Fulton Rotary welcomes new members

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It's fun to have fun

The Cat in the Hat visited Morningstar Residential Care Center to celebrate Dr. Seuss

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birthday with a party for the residents in the facility

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s great room.

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Kindergarteners perform in Fairgrieve acting circus

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Chamber hosting discussion with Barclay today

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Editor

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s note: As of press time, missing Oswego teen Katrina M. Green was not located by police.

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Make-A-Wish leader visits Fulton Rotary

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KPS Battle of the Books champions

Kingsford Park School recently held its annual Battle of the Books competition.

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Donation presented

At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary Meeting, club president Betty Maute, left, presented a check to Helen Hoe-fer from Catholic Charities

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Food Pantry.

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Pianists to perform at Oswego church

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Renowned jazz bassist coming to Oswego

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International Women's Day on March 8

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Mentor Oswego named Community Champion

Recognizing Oswego County member Tammy Elowsky presents the award for February Community Champion to Mentor Oswego student coordinators Sahar Rajput, Julie Barton and Shelby Yates.

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'The Living Stations' set for March 18

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Lenten Luncheons to begin Wednesday

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Mardi Gras fun at Morningstar

New Orleans jazz music filled the air as the residents of Morningstar Residential Care Center donned colorful masks and hats and enjoyed some jambalaya as they celebrated Mardi Gras in Morning star

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s Great Room.

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Health Foundation director visits Rotary

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GRANBY

— The Oswego County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate a 21-year-old Cato man who was charged Wednesday with three sex abuse felonies and endangering the welfare of a child.