Leadership Oswego County graduates its 17th class

Program builds future leaders, educates students about county
By Lou Sorendo

    It’s a class act. Leadership Oswego County recently graduated its 17th class and is thriving as a viable educational program offered by SUNY Oswego. The program focuses on civic engagement at its finest. A large mix of people hailing from both the... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 96

Issue 96
June/July 2008

Cover Story

  • Running the Show
  • Doug Waterbury, the new owner of the Renaissance Festival in Sterling, plans to expand

Profiles

Luc Boivin

My First Job

My First Paycheck: $22.50

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Oswego Bookstore Celebrates Milestone: 10 Years in Business

My Turn

What it Takes to Be a Journalist in the Internet Era

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

The Business of Travel

First Person

Top 10 Small Business Advertising Mistakes to Avoid

Economic Trends

Starting or Expanding a Small Business in Oswego County?

Special Article

Is Ethics Dead?

Special Article

Is Ethics Dead?

Where Are They Now

Greg Kreis