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Buc Boosters honored

The Oswego City School District on Tuesday honored two members of the Buc Boosters and recognized all “parents and advocates across the district” for their efforts to fund and support athletic and extracurricular activities.
OCSD Superintendent Dr. Dean Goewey and Board of Education President Aimee Callen presented certificates of appreciation to Judy Queale-Dunsmoor and Lu Collins, former president and secretary of the Buc Boosters, respectively, at Tuesday’s board meeting.
Goewey said Queale-Dunsmoor and Collins were part of a “whole group who stepped up to the plate when the district really needed it during tough times.”
The Buc Boosters and other groups raised tens of thousands of dollars during the 2016-2017 school year to support OCSD programs ranging from the Oswego High School football team to travel and ski clubs.




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