Here’s a list of upcoming benefits and events happening in our area.
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Saturday, March 7
Clay Historical Association presents historian, Sue Greenhagen’s “Live Oaks and Dead Folks- pt. 2” program on Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 1-3pm at the Clay Historical Park’s Visitor Center located at 4939 Route 31. Sue will take us on a tour of graves of some of Syracuse’s most influential characters: a Civil War Major General, an S.U. dean who was murdered in Slocum Hall, a 1920s New York Yankee star, the 37th Governor of NYS, and colorful characters like the teenager accused in the murder of her father, and a nationally known marketing legend. For more information visit us at FACEBOOK, clayhistoricalassociation-google site, or call Cindy at 315-927-7573.
Saturday, March 7th
Chicken and Biscuit Dinner – Haiti Benefit
St. Michael’s & St. Peter’s Church is holding a Chicken & Biscuit Dinner on Saturday, March 7th, from 4 to 7pm. All proceeds support meals for children in our twin parish, in Chauffard, Haiti. Buffet style – Takeout available. Adults–$10, Children under 10–$5, 4782 W. Seneca Tpke., Onondaga Hill (Corner of Velasko Rd. and W. Seneca Tpke.)