At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary Meeting, Rotarian Peggy Donnelly, in the photo above, was presented with the District 7150 Rotarian of Excellence Award.
This award is for Rotarians in good standing, who have given devoted and valuable service to the club during and after their year as President, furthering the principles and ideals of Rotary. Donnelly has been an active project participant and supporter of the Rotary Club’s community and global projects and represents District 7150 in a way that enhances the image of Rotary in the community, the District, the Zone and Rotary International.
The Fulton Sunrise Rotary meets at 7 a.m. each Friday at Fulton’s Riverside Inn.
In the second photo, president of the Fulton Noon Rotary Club, Jerry Seguin awards Merrill Hoffman, right, with this year’s Rotarian of Excellence for his dedicated and faithful service to Rotary for 25 years.
It was noted Hoffman has a quiet presence but is always there when you need him. The members joined Seguin in thanking Hoffman and acknowledging him for his service to Rotary. Hoffman’s wife, Laurna, was present when Hoffman was given this award.
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 →
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 →