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Pen Pal project joins students from opposite sides of Fulton

Pen pals Mason Fuller, left from Lanigan, and Tyler Ditton, right from Volney, pose after tossing around a football during the annual pen pal picnic.
Pen pals Mason Fuller, left from Lanigan, and Tyler Ditton, right from Volney, pose after tossing around a football during the annual pen pal picnic.

Second-grade students at Lanigan Elementary in Fulton recently made a trip to Volney Elementary on the other side of Fulton to meet, greet, play and eat.

The pen pal picnic, held yearly between Rauri Downes’ class at Volney and Terry Merritt’s class at Lanigan, was an opportunity for the two classes to meet face to face for the first time.  Continue reading

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

A Father’s Day Breakfast Buffet is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon Sunday June 15 at Masonic Lake City Lodge No. 127.

Dads can eat for free with a minimum of one paid ticket.

Lake City Lodge buffet usually includes French toast, pancakes, home fries, eggs, bacon and sausage, coffee, milk, juice and water. 

The buffet is all-you-can-eat. Take out is available. To order take-out, or for more information, call 207-0127. 

The lodge’s Masonic Hall is at  765 E. Seneca St., Oswego just past Centro Bus terminal and the recycling station.

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A Fathers Day breakfast is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon, Sunday June 15 at the Elks Lodge, Pierce Drive in Fulton.

Maroun first-grader takes citizenship to heart

Pictured is Maroun Elementary student Kyle Doppelheuer with Salvation Army representative Gayle Luby and his parents Chris and Cassey Doppelheuer. The first-grader donated $1,000 to the Salvation Army.
Pictured is Maroun Elementary student Kyle Doppelheuer with Salvation Army representative Gayle Luby and his parents Chris and Cassey Doppelheuer. The first-grader donated $1,000 to the Salvation Army.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Kyle Doppelheuer, a first-grader at Michael A. Maroun Elementary in Phoenix, embodies the school’s word of the month — citizenship.  Continue reading

‘Gypsy’ contest benefits the Oswego Players

Oswego Players’ actress/producer Tammy Wilkinson, director Inez Manor Parker and Michael Cali of Cali’s Carriage House Florist are together to announce the GYPSY contest which is underway now through June 29.
Oswego Players’ actress/producer Tammy Wilkinson, director Inez Manor Parker and Michael Cali of Cali’s Carriage House Florist are together to announce the GYPSY contest which is underway now through June 29.

The Oswego Players have joined forces with Cali’s Carriage House Florist to present a contest inspired by the up-coming Oswego Players Production of the musical “Gypsy.”  Continue reading