BBQ Cook Off Competition and Car Cruise In!! May 21, 2022
Folks! This is an event that you nor your stomach is going to want to miss! And all for a great cause!
Help us kick off our fundraising by participating in the best bbq in town cooked by some pretty competitive teams. We will have cars, trucks and bikes there for a mini-show with plaques to the winners.
People's choice will be determined by purchasing a plate for $10 where each patron may sample the teams BBQ and voting for their favorite! The teams will be competing in Beans, Chicken, Dessert, Pork Butt and Pork Ribs (bone in) and Peo-ple's choice of whatever they decide to wow you with!
For the car/truck/bike show we will be having 1st, 2nd and 3rd places winners for each category (car, truck, bike) and they will receive a plaque. This is a FUNDRAISER for the Oswego Splash Pad. Voting for car show awards will be com-pleted by purchasing a ticket for $1 or 15 tickets for $10 and voting for your favorite car/truck/bike. Winners with the most tickets will receive the plaque. THERE WILL BE NO FORMAL JUDGES!
City Wide Garage Sale
The Oswego Chamber of Commerce has set Saturday, May 7th for the annual Spring garage sale. The fee is $11.00 which includes your license, 2 garage sale signs and a 25 word ad which will be listed on a map made available at businesses in town.
The fee and ad must be submitted to the City Office no later than 5:00pm on Friday, April 29th. The ad should contain your address and whether your sale will be held "rain or shine.”
Maps with your ad will be available on Friday May 6th, at local businesses. All garage sale participants must agree to NO previous sales and all items listed must be available on the day of the sale. You can pay your fees and get your license at the City Office at 703 Fifth Street.
Thank you for your Service
Council President Darren Tynan was presented a plaque of appreciation by Mayor Chapman at Decem-ber’s Council Meeting for serving 10 years as a Council Member. Council Member Bill Farris was presented a plaque of apprecia-tion by Mayor Chap-man at December’s Council Meeting for serving 4 years as a Council Member. Read more.
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