OSWEGO — Blessings barbecue aids needy to fight hunger at this exceptional time, Oswego’s Blessings in a Backpack program gave away nearly 400 chicken dinners and 300 bags of groceries at its recent drive-through barbecue at the Church of the Resurrection. In return, “there were many thanks and very grateful people,” program coordinator Melissa Russell said — and nearly $500 in unsolicited donations.

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