OSWEGO – The Oswego County Salvation Army is continuing its tradition of providing services to people throughout the county. The Corps is hosting its sixth Annual Red Kettle Classic Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 18, at Battle Island State Park Golf Course, 2150 State Route 48, Fulton. Golfers from across Oswego County and beyond are invited to register as captains and crew.
The tournament is scheduled to start shooting at 8 p.m. The registration fee includes 18 golf holes, use of a trailer, lunch, and lunch. Dixon Golf will host the Par 3 and Par 5 tournaments. Prizes will be awarded, a silent draw, and there will be games such as the long run, close to the pin, put races, put strings, mulligans and sports tires.
For more information or to register a team, contact Salvation Army Major Heather Odom at 315-343-6491. Electronic copies of a brochure, including the registration form, may be requested from headquarters at, [email protected] Registration must be obtained by June 1, at the Oswego County Salvation Army, PO Box 146, Oswego, NY 13126.
There are a lot of support opportunities and opportunities for businesses or individuals to support themselves. Sponsor names and labels will be displayed at the course and the date of the event will be announced.
The Oswego Corps, in response to growing demand, provides fresh-cooked food five days a week in Fulton and Oswego, purchasing its food, winter clothing, and many other services to customers. individuals and families in need throughout Oswego County. In February, the Corps provided 269 kitchen soup meals in Oswego and 223 in Fulton. It supplied 41 Fulton homes and stores for 738 meals and 29 Oswego homes and stores for 540 meals. More than 200 loaves of bread and cakes were distributed. Fourteen families received cheap food from the Food Bank of Central New York through the Salvation Army in Oswego. The Corps runs a Bridging the Gap program to learn life skills and provide a second chance to young people who have made poor choices.
The Army relies on donations as well as income from activities such as golf and government meals to raise money to support our services to the people. is needed throughout Oswego County.