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Benefit for Oswego County Humane Society on Saturday

The committee for the “Ridin for the Paws” poker run to benefit the Oswego County Humane Society are, first row Beth Holland, Lynn Maxwell, Barb Capella, Evie Thurlowe, Marty Plante, Jason Hanmore; second row, Jon Maxwell, Dan Capella, Paul Larkin, Sanya Merrill, Mike VanHorn, Alicia Hughes. Not in the photo Jody Bristol, Jody will be catering the event.
The committee for the “Ridin for the Paws” poker run to benefit the Oswego County Humane Society are, first row Beth Holland, Lynn Maxwell, Barb Capella, Evie Thurlowe, Marty Plante, Jason Hanmore; second row, Jon Maxwell, Dan Capella, Paul Larkin, Sanya Merrill, Mike VanHorn, Alicia Hughes. Not in the photo Jody Bristol, Jody will be catering the event.

A Poker Run to benefit the Oswego County Humane Society is scheduled for Saturday June 7.  Registration is at 9 a.m. — $15 per person. Kickstands up at 11 a.m. — rain or shine.

Gather at the VFW park on the corner of Fifth and Seward in Fulton. Cars are also welcome.

There will be live entertainment, 50/50 drawings and other events.

 

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Veterans say ‘Thanks’

The members of the Fulton Veterans Council wish to thank the students and facilitators of  “LOCY” (Leadership Oswego County Youth) and the Junior High and GRB High school lacrosse team and the Fulton 13-14 indoor and the travel soccer team, their parents and community volunteers for helping us place the veteran flags at Mt. Adnah and St. Mary’s cemeteries.

We were impressed with their willingness to help and the job they did was outstanding.

We also wish to express our gratitude to Sugar Funeral Home and Sugar and Scanlon Funeral Home staff for helping with organizing the students and providing the pizza and water, and Mr. Wes Dean with Red Baron Pizza for opening his shop.

The Fulton Veterans Council is comprised of our community veterans’ organizations and veteran support groups, the Elks Lodge and the Knights of Columbus.

The week before, the LOCY students also treated many veterans and their guests to a wonderful program and picnic. We thank you for your interest and willingness to learn about our veterans’ experiences while serving in the military. Our veterans and their guests enjoyed this very much.

We are proud of all of the students who chose to include our veterans in their programs and we wish you success in the future.

John Young, on behalf of

The Fulton Veterans Council

County elections inspectors needed

The Oswego County Board of Elections is looking for election inspectors to work the upcoming elections.

To qualify, an inspector needs to be a registered voter in the county and be an enrolled Democrat or Republican. Inspectors work the entire day. During the Primary Election, inspectors work from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. or until paperwork is complete. During the General Election, inspectors work from 5 a.m. to 9:30 p.m, or until paperwork is complete. The pay is between $110 and $160.

Inspectors are also required to attend a training class and are paid for attending the class.

Those interested should call the Oswego County Board of Elections weekdays at 349-8350 or 349-8351.

When to get involved if you suspect pet abuse

Dear Porky  & Buddy,

My neighbor has a dog that he keeps tied out behind his house. I can barely see into his backyard, but as far as I can tell the dog spends most of its time out there and there is never any food or water for it.

Is it OK if I just go over there and feed and water the dog myself when he is not home? The yard is not posted or anything.

Donna

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TV journalist Rose to receive honorary SUNY Oswego degree

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Media icon Charlie Rose of CBS-TV’s “This Morning” and the “Charlie Rose” show on PBS will be awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree by the State University of New York on Thursday, Oct. 16, in conjunction with the 10th annual Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit at SUNY Oswego.

Rose is a world-renowned journalist and media personality who has interviewed such dignitaries as international statesmen Nelson Mandela and Mikhail Gorbachev, Nobel laureates Toni Morrison and Seamus Heaney, and pop icons Julia Roberts and Bruce Springsteen.

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Emily Stowell turns 1

Emily Mattingly “Button” Stowell turned one year old April 7, 2014. Helping her celebrate her first big year are her sisters, Brooke, 6, and Ali Ruth, 4. Emily is the daughter of Aaron and Jennifer Stowell of Woodstock, Ga. Her grandparents are Larry and Susan Roth Stowell of Marietta, Ga. and Bill and Patsy Rhodes of Carrollton, Ga. Her great grandparents are Clifford and Ruth Stowell of (Bowens Corners), Fulton.
Emily Mattingly “Button” Stowell turned one year old April 7, 2014. Helping her celebrate her first big year are her sisters, Brooke, 6, and Ali Ruth, 4. Emily is the daughter of Aaron and Jennifer Stowell of Woodstock, Ga. Her grandparents are Larry and Susan Roth Stowell of Marietta, Ga. and Bill and Patsy Rhodes of Carrollton, Ga. Her great grandparents are Clifford and Ruth Stowell of (Bowens Corners), Fulton.