Conversations in Preparedness

Kathryn McMullin, a Critical Infrastructure Specialist on the Homeland Security Services Unit, will present an engaging discussion hosted by the Syracuse West District Emergency Preparedness Committee on January 19, 2019, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Syracuse West Stake Center (1600 South 4500 West). This class works to educate families on WHAT conversations you should be having BEFORE a disaster in order to … Continue reading Conversations in Preparedness

Toy Drive

Syracuse’s Annual Toy Drive has just begun. The Toy Drive will be run from the 1st of December through the 14th. Syracuse is partnering with the Syracuse City Elementary schools to create a list of students who are in need this Christmas. All donations will be accepted at Syracuse City Hall, just put any donations in the toy collection bins. All donations must be new … Continue reading Toy Drive

Holiday Fun

Burger Stop Hayrides in the Park -Dec 1, 14 & 15 – 5:30 PM to 8 PM, Go on an old-fashion hayride and enjoy the pretty lights in the park. After, kids can sit on Santa’s lap.Adults $2, Children $1 (Under 5 Years are FREE) – All Proceeds are donated to charity. (burgerstoplayton.com) Christmas in Color, Nov. 23-Dec. 31, Monday-Thursday, 5:30-10 PM.; Friday-Saturday, 5:30-10:30 PM, … Continue reading Holiday Fun

The History of Halloween

Voices calling out in the night air saying, “Trick or Treat … Trick or Treat” Children and their parents race from house to house Friends and neighbors meet along the street Dressed as characters they like in their season of life Some are homemade, some store bought Bags open and ready to capture FREE candy What a bounty! Hope it’s warm enough not to need … Continue reading The History of Halloween