Residents from St. Luke Health Services enjoyed their trip to the Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek.
In addition to lunch and visits to all of the attractions the Fair has to offer, one of the highlights was visiting the Crafts Pavilion to see the blue ribbon award-winning craft entries our St. Luke residents entered this year in the annual competition.
Our caterpillar planter and pig mesh wreath both made by residents were awarded ribbons - congratulations! Gerry Butler, May Stratton and Julie Fanning were among the residents who took in the sights and sounds at the Fair, and especially enjoyed seeing items that they helped create!
Our Family of Caring also had an informational table available for fair-goers. If you haven't been yet, you have until Sunday to attend this great family event.
This outing and many others like it are made possible by the generous support from donors to our St. Luke-John Foster Burden Fund.