‘Kevin the Pit Bull’ honored with plaque

The plaque reads, “This fire hydrant is dedicated to Kevin James (2004-2020), a rescued Pitbull who filled this community with love and laughter, reminding us to be kind and enjoy life to the fullest.”

OSWEGO — Mayor Billy Barlow and members of Paws Across Oswego County unveiled a plaque and memorial garden in honor of Kevin the Pit Bull, a rescue cared for by PAOC who gained notoriety around the Oswego community for his fun, loving and charming personality, who passed away in 2020.

The plaque and memorial garden surround a fire hydrant outside Oswego City Hall dedicated to Kevin by Mayor Barlow in 2017.

The plaque reads, “This fire hydrant is dedicated to Kevin James (2004-2020), a rescued Pitbull who filled this community with love and laughter, reminding us to be kind and enjoy life to the fullest.”

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