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Little Lukes preschoolers visit the great outdoors

The Green Frog afternoon class at Little Lukes Preschool & Childcare Center in Fulton enjoys some sunshine. Little Lukes Preschool and Childcare Center combines education and fun in a stimulating, creative and supportive environment. Call 887-5250 for information -- currently accepting applications for infants age 6 weeks through 18 months, and preschoolers ages 3 through 5 for affordable full-time childcare, and full-time summer childcare for ages 5 through 12 years.
The Green Frog afternoon class at Little Lukes Preschool & Childcare Center in Fulton enjoys some sunshine. Little Lukes Preschool and Childcare Center combines education and fun in a stimulating, creative and supportive environment. Call 887-5250 for information — currently accepting applications for infants age 6 weeks through 18 months, and preschoolers ages 3 through 5 for affordable full-time childcare, and full-time summer childcare for ages 5 through 12 years.
Preschoolers Rylee Carvey, Giuliana Busch, Ian Clark and Nathan Blake enjoy the nice weather at Little Lukes Preschool & Childcare Center in Fulton this past week. Children at Little Lukes Preschool and Childcare Center have a structured day including circle time and centers. Call 887-5250 for information.
Preschoolers Rylee Carvey, Giuliana Busch, Ian Clark and Nathan Blake enjoy the nice weather at Little Lukes Preschool & Childcare Center in Fulton this past week. Children at Little Lukes Preschool and Childcare Center have a structured day including circle time and centers. Call 887-5250 for information.

Benefit set for Dottie Bennett

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A benefit for Dottie Bennett is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at the Fulton Polish Home.

Bennett recently lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. All profits from the benefit will go toward unpaid medical bills and to help with burial costs.

The benefit will be a $10 chicken dinner along with door prizes, drawings, 50/50, DJ and more. Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the benefit.

Fulton Athletic Boosters recognize senior athletes

The annual Senior Night Recognition Dinner for senior athletes in the Fulton school district was held Tuesday at Thunder Island.

Hundreds attended the event to highlight athletic performances by seniors before they head off after graduation later this month. It is put on each year by the Fulton Athletic Boosters.

Report: Lake Ontario fishing improves

Mike and Chris Dushane enjoyed a fine day of fishing for king salmon in the Oswego County waters of Lake Ontario last summer. They fished out of Oswego with Capt. Ed Monette of Cannonbull Runner Charters.  Photo courtesy of Capt. Ed Monette
Mike and Chris Dushane enjoyed a fine day of fishing for king salmon in the Oswego County waters of Lake Ontario last summer. They fished out of Oswego with Capt. Ed Monette of Cannonbull Runner Charters.
Photo courtesy of Capt. Ed Monette

By Spider Rybaak

A preliminary report published recently by the state Department of Environmental Conservation indicates the fishing on Lake Ontario has improved steadily over the past decade, and this summer promises to see more of the same. Continue reading

Comedies on Fulton Community Theatre stage this month

Alex (Brian Pringle) tries to explain to his wife that now is not the best time to call, as he is trying to watch a play – while Susan (Colleen Dietrich), an actress on stage, tries to survive this one of many interruptions to her show in “Take Five” by Westley M. Pederson. That comedy, along with “Who Am I This Time?” by Christopher Sergel, based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., make up Fulton Community Theatre’s latest production, “The First Time: An Evening of One-Acts from New Directors”.
Alex (Brian Pringle) tries to explain to his wife that now is not the best time to call, as he is trying to watch a play – while Susan (Colleen Dietrich), an actress on stage, tries to survive this one of many interruptions to her show in “Take Five” by Westley M. Pederson. That comedy, along with “Who Am I This Time?” by Christopher Sergel, based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., make up Fulton Community Theatre’s latest production, “The First Time: An Evening of One-Acts from New Directors”.

The foibles of life and love and acting take to the stage this summer as Fulton Community Theatre proudly presents “The First Time – An Evening of One Acts from New Directors.”

The production will feature two one-act comedies: “Take Five” a comedy by Westley M. Pederson, directed by Donald Crowe; and “Who Am I This Time?” by Christopher Sergel, based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., directed by Valeri Roscoe Dedich.  Continue reading