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OASIS program celebrates 30th anniversary

Lauren FeiglinMarilyn PinskyLauren Feiglin, executive director of the Syracuse OASIS program and Marilyn Pinsky, former commissioner, Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth and the state president of AARP, celebrate the 30th anniversary of the national OASIS program.  OASIS is a unique educational program for mature adults who want to continue to grow, learn and be productive during the best years of their lives.  Membership is free and open to anyone 50 or older. Join now, or call 464-6555 for mere information.

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