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History panel of US Brig Oneida on display in Oswego

A new interpretive panel of the U.S. Brig Oneida, part of the history-themed Great Lakes Seaway Trail Outdoor Storyteller sign series, was unveiled recently at the north end of Riverwalk West in West Linear Park.

The location gives visitors the opportunity to envision this significant part of Oswego’s history in the War of 1812.

“The Oneida saw more action during the War of 1812 than any other U.S. warship,” said Paul Lear, chairman of the Oswego County War of 1812 Bicentennial Committee and superintendent of the Fort Ontario State Historic Site.

“She was built on the east bank of the Oswego Harbor between 1808 and 1809. Later, the ship was moored on the west side where she was equipped and armed for battle.”

The U.S. Oneida participated in the first battle of Sackets Harbor and the capture of the British schooner “Lord Nelson” in June of 1812; the capture of York (now Toronto), Canada in April 1813 and Fort George, Canada the following month; and the Niagara River blockades of 1814, before peace was declared later that year and the War of 1812 ended.

Oswego County artist Robert McNamara worked with Lear and Dr. Gary Gibson, naval historian with the Sackets Harbor Battlefield Alliance, to produce an accurate account of the ship’s history.

The Great Lakes Seaway Trail Outdoor Storyteller panels have been made possible through federal funding to Seaway Trail, Inc. of Sackets Harbor.

The colorful series is open to the public year-round along the 518-mile national scenic byway from the St. Lawrence Riveralong Lake Ontario,to Pennsylvania.

The panels illustrate fascinating facts, legends and lore of historic, maritime, natural, cultural, agricultural and architectural attractions in the byway region.

The U.S. Brig Oneida panel was installed by the Oswego City Public Works Department. It is one of several projects sponsored by the Oswego County War of 1812 Bicentennial Committee to provide information about Oswego County’s significant role in the war.

Earlier this year, a painting of the warship by local artist Tim Ames was unveiled at the Oswego War of 1812 Symposium. Prints are available now at Lakeside Artisans, West First Street., Oswego.

Schools, businesses, museums, libraries, municipalities and organizations are invited to display the painting on site and share this piece of history with residents and visitors.

The 200th anniversary of the Battle of Oswego willbemarkedat the annual Oswego War of 1812 Symposium April 4-6.

For more information about the Oswego War of 1812 Bicentennial Commemoration, or to schedule a display of the painting at your site, contact Paul Lear at 343-4711 or paul.lear@parks.ny.gov.

Honor roll students named at Oswego High School

Oswego High School Executive  Principal Brian Hartwell has announced the honor rolls for the first quarter.

Highest Honors

Brynn Adner, Casey Adner, Nathaniel Ahart, Ana Alcasid, Nina Alcasid, Abigail Allen, Emilee Anderson, Danica Aquitania, Victoria Armet, Myranda Arnesen, Emma Atkins, Erica Atkins, Dalton Babcock, Patrick Baer, Tyme Baez, Elizabeth Baker, Kaylee Baldwin, Jenna Ballard, Michael Beckwith Jr., San Benjamin, Tatiana Berkley, Nicholas Boone and Alex Borland.

Also: Katie Bradshaw, M’kenzie Bradshaw, Trevor Bradshaw, Jeremy Braiman, Brooke Broadwell, Hannah Brown, Molly Brown, Joshua Bucher, Ayla Busch, Zachary Bush, Michaela Callen, Justin Canale, Julia Capone, Derek Caramella, Joshua Carney, Jacob Cary, Raymond Casaletta, Jacob Caster, Amber Cavellier, Aaric Celeste, Alaina Celeste, Nicholas Chalifoux and Cody Cheeley.

Also: Miranda Clary, Joseph Clavelli, Steven Coffey, Kyle Collins, Madison Collins, Aristotele Concepcion, Kaylee Conner, Steven Courtney, Jordan Crapser, Nora Culeton, Kelsey Cullinan, Kerrigan Cummins, Philip Cummings,  Benjamin Dafoe, Sarah Dahar, Zachary Daino, Sean Dain, Alexander Davies, Evan Davis, Samantha Davis, Samantha Dawley, Adam Delaney, Erin Delaney, John DeLapp and Morgan Demong.

Also: Alexandra DeSacia, Zachariah DeSacia, Dominick Donabella, Clare Donovan, David Dorval, Caroline Dougherty, Olivia Dowdle, Patrick Dowdle, Garrett Dunsmoor, Emma Easter, Heather Eastman, Laurelann Easton, Madolyn Engle, Michael Farden, Olivia Farden, Brianna Fernandez, Celia Fitzgerald, Hannah Fitzgerald, Sarah Fitzgibbons, Olivia Flint, Aviriana Follet, Mark Forger, Alena Fresch and  Ryan Galvin.

Also: Jacob Gerber, Holly Gilbert, Zachary Gillard, Rachel Godden, Mallory Gordon, Natalie Griffin, Darrion Groff, Alexander Haessig, Taylor Hamer, Christopher Hannock, Alexa hardest, Alexandra Henderson, Shea Hewitt, Brianna Hill, Sarah Hoefer, William Hogan,  Cassandra Hondro, Daijah Hoskins, Nicholas Hurlbutt, Alexander Johnson, Courtney Johnson and Lisa Kanbur.

Also: Ryan Kearns, Alexander Kemper, Kyle Kemper, John Khamis, Dylan Kimball, Emily King, Sydney Knight, Katherine Knopp,  Julie Kon, Alexander Kouthoofd, Brooke Krassowski, Collin Krassowski, Alex Kunzwiler, Amber Lagoe, Tara Lagoe, Brianah Lane, Julie Lavery, Noah Lee, Rachel Leotta, Sydnie LeRoy, Bo Yang Li, Mayraliz Lopez, Trey Love, Magie Maas, Dylan MacIsaac, Roman Madlangbayan, Alexander Makin, Jack Malone, Molly Malone and Ryan Martin.

Also: Jordan McCauley, Kyle McCauley, Brianna McIntosh, Shannon McIntosh, Jenna McManus, Caitlyn McRae, Keeghan McSweeney,  Kory McTague, Natasha Mezza, Emily Mills, Johnathon Monteith, Taylor Montgomery, Sean Mooney, Liam Moran, Michaela Moran, Brooke Morrisseau, Allison Moshier, Tianna Moxley, Abigail Mulkerin, Morgan Mulkerin, Jessie Murray, Rebecca North and Elizabeth O’Gorman.

Also: Katherine O’Gorman, Kyra O’Gorman, Emily Oldenburg,  Paul Oleyourryk, Jacob Oleyourryk, Samuel Oleyourryk, Matthew Olszewski, Reilly Patrick, Chase Pelton, Taite Phillips, Madison Plyler, Francesca Polato, Emily Purce, Rachel Purtell, Monica Randall, Anne Reynolds, Mackenzie Rice, Claire Richardson and Alison Rodgers.

Also: Tysne Ruggio,  Jordan Runner, Zachary Salvador, Aubrey Sanderson, Douglas Schneider, Mitchell Schrader, Drazen Schrecengost, Elizabeth Scott, Katrina Sharkey, Brian Shaw, Connor Sheffield,  Brenna Sherman, Kennedy Singletary, Garrett Skinner, Kelly Skinner, Allison Smith and Carson Smith.

Also: Sarah Smolinski, Zachary Smolinski, Kelci Somers, Samuel Spaulding, Tara Stacy,  Abigail Stewart, Hannah Strzelinski, Christopher Sullivan, Joshua Susino, Jacob Sweeney, Rushen Temirova, Jordan Tryon, Nathan Tsutsumishita, Christopher VanGorder, Jhannine Verceles, Stephen Waite, Kara Weiss, Tory Welsch, Nikolas Whiteside, Monica Wilson, Siara Wilson, Isabella Winklestine, Matthew Wise, Emily Yamada and Meggie Zhang.

 High Honors

Arialees Alicia, Rana Al-Salameh, Meghan Anderson, Isaac Annal, Michael Anthony Jr., Alecia Ascenzi, Austin Attwood, Jordan Attwood, Alicia Baker, Haley Baker, Austin Batchelor, Matthew Bates, Austin Bell, Derek Bivens, Erica  Bivens, Jacob Boni, Trevor Boni, Shane Bowman, Timothy Boyzuck III, Connor Branch and Katherine Breezee.

Also:  Elaina Broadwell, Krysta Broeker, McKenna Brooks, Colton Brown, Zachary Burdick, Alexander Burns, Aleasia Burton, Alexander Bush, Jonathan Buske, Amanda Cali, Toro Campos, Amber Canbek, Kelly Canova, Zachary Carapetyan, Alexander Carl, Makayla Carson, Gregory Caster, Christopher Chalifoux, Meredith Chesare, Julia Choate, Natalie Chubon, Colin Clark, Megan Cleary, Caitlin Clemons, Matthew Clemons, Chase Closs, Caitlin Cole, Austin Coleman and Kara Collins.

Also: Joshua Connolly, Sydney Copeland, Kyle Crossman, Avery Croucher, Samantha Cutro, Whitney Daino, Caleb Davis, Christian Davis, Maia Delaney, Olivia DeLorenzo, Dennis Christopher, Marguerite Dillon, Jasmine Dingman, Lillian Distin, Jarrett Dudley, Sage Dudley, Seth Dunn, Zachary Eastman, Brett Ecke, Michael Edwards and Alexis Elmer.

Also: Morgan Engle, Robin Engle, Brandy Ermini, Kali Esden, Victoria Fix, Brandon Foley, Colleen Fraser, Kyle Freberg, Brandon Galletta, Alaina Galutz, Jacob Gardner, Victoria Gardner, Cory Gates, Caitlin Geroux, Carrie Gilbert, Grace Gilbert, James Gilbert, Samuel Gilbert, Matthew Giudilli, Matthew Glenn, Laura Godden, Thomas Godfrey, Kellie Gorman, Nathan Greene, Hannah Griffin, Anna Guinta, Alexis Hanna, Conor Henrie and Brandi Hibbert.

Also: Meghan Hourigan, Robin Huang, Hailey Ihlow, Evan James, James Jaskula, Alex Jermyn, Jhon Junio, Carrie Kelly, Grant Kelly, Nicholas  Kenney, Joseph Keytack, Hunter Kinzie, Hannah Kozel, Steven Kunelius, Amanda Lagoe, Kaleigh Laird, Denise Lamphier, Michele Lavery, Ryan Lavner, Craig Lawton, Matthew Lewis, Jaielle Litchison, Meghan LiVoti, Emily Lloyd, Stephen Mahan, Meghan Maniccia, Nicholas Masuicca, Luke May, Sammy Mays and Hunter Mazuroski.

Also: Benjamin McCrobie, Brittany McLaughlin, Makayla Mesec, Mariah Metcalf, Brandon Meyers, Shanell Myers, Jared Mills, Thomas Montgomery, Jessica Morgan, Madelyn Muckey, Emma Myers, Ariana Noel, Jordan Oatman, Emmett O’Brien, Santiago Orta,  Andrew Osetek, Eleanor Page, Dylan Pappa, Jonathan Parkhurst, Adam Pauldine, Olivia Peel, Liam Peterson and Brianna Pfeifer.

Also: Kiernan Proud, Haleigh Rahn, Katiria Ramos,  Elaina Rando, Conley Ratzlaff, Kristie Reitz, Elijah Restuccio, Sarah Reynolds, Courtney Richardson, Paige Richardson, Elexis Rinoldo, Shyanna Rivera, Angela Rookey, Elizabeth Rookey, Jorden Roper, Donovan Roy, Nathaniel Sanaker, Mariel Schickling, Nathan Schultzkie, Justin Semione, Megan Shafer, Nicholas Sheary and Edward Sheridan.

Also: Zachary Sheridan, Cole Shurtleff, Thomas Simmonds, Elizabeth Sincavage, Kristine Skogfeldt, Deondra Smith, Megan Smith, Ryan Smith, Matthew Spaulding, Sarah St. John, Corey Stevens, Alex Suits, Logan Sullivan, Nicholas Sullivan, Kayla Swenszkowski, Ciara Talamo, Joshua Talamo, Mark Taormina, Zachary Tepfenhart, Ashton Tharrett, Jessica Thompson, Johnna Tombolillo, Brandon Tracz, Mikayla Trapasso and Lydia Tryon.

Also: Rebecca Victory, Kayla Volkomer,  Tyler Walker, Joseph Wallace,  Joshua Wallace, Kenna Wallace, Matthew Warren, Faith Washington, Tanner Wegzyn, Noah Wells, Benjamin Whelsky, Mercedes Whiteside, Vanessa Wiltsie,  Sophia Woods, Bradley Wyman, Tyler Youngman, Carrie Yurkon and Richard Yurkon.

Honor Roll

Sultan Ahmed, Brittany Alton, John Aston, Mari Atkinson, Hayden Avery, Natahley Babcock, Katelin Ballard, Kyle Bardin, Graham Barney, Michael Barry, Allison Batchelor, Brianna Batchelor, Madison Bell, Tyler Benjamin, Tiffany Billington, Alexis Bivens, Haley Boardway, Robert Bogert, Tayler Bonney, Lauren Boshart, Danielle Boyzuck, Hannah Broadwell, Crystal Brooks, Bentley Brosch, Michael Bruce, Robert Bruce, Anne Burkett,  Joseph Burnett and Morgan Butterfield.

Also: Noah Byrne, Christan Cabanlig,  Ismarie Camacho, James Carpentier, Devin Caruso,  Alex Cass,  Gabriela Castiglia, Paige Chetney, Trey Clark, Megan Clary, Dylan Coleman, Mitchell Cook, Morgan Cook, Travis Cowles, Danica Crawford, Patience Crawford, Zachary Crisafulli, Merritt Czerow, Francis  Dahar, Seardan Darrow, Chandler Davis, Spencer Davis, Zachary Delbrocco and Eric Demidowicz.

Also: Patrick Dillon, Trisha Ditton, Emily Domicolo, Thomas Donahue, Joshua Dumas, Dakota Ellis, Jalen Familo, Brooke Farnsworth, Samantha Fenske, Zoe Ferris, Angelo  Gentile, Danielle Gilbert, Hailey Giocondo, Alissa Gonzalez,  Leeya Gordy, Caitlin Gordon, Peter Griffin, Alivia Grimshaw, Ryan Gunther, Miguel Guzman, Jeremy Hankey, Benjamin Hansel, Allison Hare, Dylan Harrington, Shantal Harrington and Morgan Haynes.

Also: Rory Henrie, Devin Higgins, Morgan Hillman, Andrew Hook,  Sophia Horn, Bryce Hourigan, Mylek Hoyt, Michelle Hudson, Rohan Jacobs, Samuel Janey, Jared Jaquin, Riley Jaquin, Halley Jermyn, Amber Johnson, Jacob Johnson, Jason Jones, Rebeckah Kelly, Katelynn Kelsey,  Shania Kennedy, Marsaili Knapp, Breanna Konu, Marissa Kunzwiler, Samuel Lafond, Rachel Lagoe, Caleb Lamb, Jessa Lamphear and Alyssa Laskevicz.

Also: Diana Lazzaro, Joshua Lazzaro, Samantha Lee, Nichole LiCourt, Daniel Littlefield, Anthony Losurdo, Nicole Lyboult, Cheyenne Maland, Nicole McCarthy, Quinn McManus, David McNulty, Alexander McRae, Mollie McSweeney, Erin Meehan, Breanna Merz,  Madisyn Miller, Kirstin Mitton, Benjamin Muckey, Christopher Murphy, Desiree Myers, Julie Negron, Isaac Noel and Angelica Olcott.

Also: Annmarie Olcott, Drew Ormsby,  Martin Orta, Teo Patty, Kylie Pelkey, Jhensen Perez,  Jessica Pfeifer, Christopher Pitters, Camden Proud, Cassidy Quonce,  Madison Rahn, Brittany Reed, Brianna Reis, Austin Richardson, Brenna Riley, Kolin Rock, Jenna Roth, Esther Rubinow, Shelby Ruel, Paige Russ, Mark Schuffenecker, Kiana Senke, Cody Sharkey, Michael Sheffield and Connor Shene.

Also: Alexis Sheridan, Ethan Simmons, Olivia Silwa, Nicholas Smegelsky, Alexis Smith, Carlie Smith, Carlie Stoebner, Kaitlyn Strong, Emily Strzelinski, Laurencia Susino, Robert Swan III, John Syrell IV, Morgan Thomas, Paige Thomas, Kennedy Thompson, Kaitlynn Todd, Kyle Topley, Tyree Varner, Eliza  Walden, Jonathan Wall, Isabella Waterbury, Carlyanna Wells,  Anthony Wetzel, Collin Wilder, Brendan Williams, Matthew Winn, David Wise, Timothy Woodard, Cole Ylitalo, Eric Yurkon and Alexander Zalenski.

Novelis plans expansion; will add jobs

By Ashley M. Casey

Global aluminum rolling and recycling company Novelis will invest $120 million in the Oswego plant, the company announced Tuesday.

The investment will install a third aluminum automotive sheet finishing line and expand recycling for scrap metal.

“It’s a pretty big deal for us because the automotive market and aluminum (sheeting) is really growing,” said Fiona Bell, senior manager of external communications for Novelis.

Bell said Novelis took a “studied approach” in examining the automotive market and customer feedback before deciding on the Oswego plant for the expansion, which will add 90 jobs.

“It’s a wonderful investment … and it’s good for the community,” Bell said. “It shows our commitment to the Oswego plant.

Novelis received support from New York state and a grant from Empire State Development, the state’s chief economic development agency. Bell also credited the County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency (IDA) for its support in the project.

“We’re also upgrading our recycling abilities,” Bell added. “About half the aluminum (we use) ends up as scrap metal. We’re installing technology and processes to take back that scrap … and reprocess it.”

The aluminum Novelis processes is used in manufacturing doors, hoods, fenders and other parts for cars.

The new recycling initiative will make a car built by Novelis aluminum “a more sustainable product,” Bell said.

The company will invest an additional $85 million for a similar expansion at the Nachterstedt, Germany, plant.

3 Oswego County companies to receive low-cost power from state

Three Oswego County companies will receive low-cost power through the state’s ReCharge NY program.

Nearly 33 megawatts (MW) of low-cost power will be distributed among 47 enterprises at 53 facilities and are expected to leverage an estimated $1 billion in capital investments. Nearly 17,000 jobs are being supported by this round of allocations.

The local companies are:

** Northland Filter International, Oswego, 76 kilowatts, job retention commitment of 29; job creation commitment of 25, capital investment of $850,000.

** Pathfinder Industries, Fulton, 36 kilowatts, job retention commitment of 22; job creation commitment of 0; capital investment of $100,000

** Southern Graphics Systems, Phoenix, 190 kilowatts, job retention commitment of 26; job creation commitment of 6, capital investment of $2.4 million.

“ReCharge NY has been creating and retaining thousands of jobs for New Yorkers since power began flowing under the program in July 2012,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. “ReCharge NY continues to deliver affordable power to businesses and non-profits, providing a critical resource and the flexibility needed for them to keep growing and investing in their communities. With this latest round of power allocations, we are supporting nearly 17,000 jobs across the state and fueling companies to grow our economy.” 

This is the seventh round of power allocations under the RNY program, which stems from legislation signed by Cuomo in 2011. The program, administered by New York Power Authority, is designed to spur economic development throughout the state by providing low-cost power to businesses and other entities that agree to create or retain jobs.

Including today’s allocations, the power program has provided about 735 MW to 533 businesses and 70 nonprofits during the last two years. (One megawatt is enough power to meet the needs of 800 to 1,000 typical homes.)

In addition to jobs and capital investment commitments, other evaluation criteria for ReCharge NY applications include the significance of the cost of electricity to the overall cost of doing business, the applicant’s risk of closure or curtailing operations, the significance of the applicant’s facility to the local economy, and its commitment to energy efficiency. 

The ReCharge NY program offers up to seven-year power contracts to businesses. Half of the power under the program — 455 MW — is from NYPA’s Niagara and St. Lawrence-Franklin D. Roosevelt hydroelectric power plants, which provide some of the lowest-cost electricity in the state. The remaining 455 MW is economical power secured by NYPA from market sources.


Deadline Dec.18 to apply to take Civil Service tests

Wednesday Dec.18  is the deadline for applications to take a number of Civil Service exams coming up Jan. 25.

The positions are Housing Program Specialist, Housing Program Inspector and Accounting Supervisor Grade B.

Candidates must be legal residents of Oswego County for a minimum of four months preceding the Jan. 25 date of examination. Application are available at the Personnel Department, County Office Building, 46 E. Bridge St., Oswego or online at http://www.oswegocounty.com/personnel/openings.html.

SUNY Oswego anti-poverty group wins national recognition

Students belonging to the SUNY Oswego chapter of the anti-poverty group ONE recently won a national challenge for awareness-raising and lobbying efforts.

Members have now written more than 570 letters to congressional representatives on issues related to poverty in sub-Saharan Africa, such as the need for electricity, said Sara Cooper, president of the Oswego chapter she helped found starting this summer.

“It’s been a lot of work, but it’s been exciting to see us grow,” said Cooper, a senior communication and social interaction major with minors in both political science and peace and conflict studies. “We are still No. 1 (in the Campus Challenge) in overall actions and recruitment since Aug. 30.”

She said among the group’s actions, ONE members also held a “Study Under the Stars” event to call attention to the plight of African students who need to use light from public sources such as airports to read and study at night.

ONE, which in October officially joined nearly 200 registered student organizations at SUNY Oswego, is an advocacy organization co-founded by U2 frontman Bono with more than 3.5 million members worldwide engaged in the fight against extreme poverty in Africa. ONE said it sponsors the national Campus Challenge to propel college students — “a powerful political force” — to action.

 Mandela film

Cooper said ONE’s mobilization efforts at SUNY Oswego have relied on word of mouth, a Facebook page, presentations in classes and residence halls, and publicity from the ONE challenge — including Oswego’s inclusion in a USA Today College story.

Among other colleges and universities, the competition has attracted ONE chapters at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, University of Virginia and University of Iowa.

SUNY Oswego’s ONE chapter earned a pre-release screening of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” after winning the challenge. The screening, which by coincidence took place at Oswego Cinema 7 on the evening former South African president Nelson Mandela died, was one of 10 hosted by movie distributor The Weinstein Company at colleges and universities around the United States.

The tie-in with the biographical film about Mandela, who as president led South Africa out of apartheid, is “designed to encourage discussions on college campuses about Mandela’s life and legacy,” The Weinstein Company said.

“Through a series of action-oriented challenges, from living without power to calling members of Congress, Oswego students won ONE’s Campus Challenge and the private screening event by urging political leaders to support programs that are today saving lives and creating sustainable futures in the developing world every day,” the company said in a news release

The current ONE challenge calls on students to submit paintings depicting an AIDS-free world, as HIV/AIDS is another problem plaguing Africa.

“I want us to get as involved as possible,” Cooper said. “Oswego (as a college) is interested in global awareness, and that’s what we are promoting.”

Oswego Middle School honor roll and high honor roll students announced

Oswego Middle School Principal Mary Beth Fierro has announced first quarter honor roll for her seventh- and eighth-grade students.

High Honor Roll: Jea Adams, Alyssa Adner, Samuel Allen, Madeline Armet, Colton Avery, Nickolas Back, Andrew Baker, Jade Ballard, Adeline Benjamin, Liam Benjamin, Tia Bevacqua, Randy Bills, Michael Borer, Emily Bradshaw, Jenna Bradshaw, Michaela Bradshaw, Samual Broadwell, Janie Brooks, Dakota Brown, Nicholas Brown, Grace Bruns, Nolan Busch, Brianna Bush, Lauren Bush, Sierra Buske, Crissa Cabanlig, Monica Cahill, Andrew Caprin, Alec Caroccio, Joan Carroll and Sarah Casaletta.

Also: Joel Caster, Alyssa Cheeley, Claudia Chetney, Allison Choate, Abigayle Christian, Melissa Chun, Gillian Clark, Zoe Clark, Christian Clary, Christopher Colasurdo, Lateisha Colon, Dakota Contryman, Jared Crisafulli, Riley Crisafulli, Caitlyn Daniels, Noah Davis, Reese Davis, Kyle Decker, Danielle DelConte, Stephen Demong Jr., Lauren Devinny, Zoey Devoid, Anthony DiBlasi, Tiffany Ditton, Jack Dodds, Abigail Douglas, Jillian Dowdle, Colin Dowling, Megan Durval, Emilee Ekman and Alexander Emmons.

Also: Gabriel Fenzl, Dominic Ferlito, Janelle Flack, Vanessa Flint, Maria Foti, Eryn French, Alecia Fuentes, Laurin Furlong, Mariah Galletta, Samantha Gardner, Nathaniel Gazda, Alexys Geers, Alyson Geers, Bailey Glennen, Jessica Godden, Kaitlyn Grant, Sophia Greene, Sophia Griffiths, Kaitlyn Gunther, Madeline Gunther, Paige Hammond, Nicholas Hanna, Faith Hannock, Mikayla Hardesty, Noah Hardter, Zachary Haynes, Kieran Henrie, Alison Hibbert, Grace Hibbert, Katheryne Hibbert-Nelson and Katherine Hill.

Also: Madison Hill, Eric Hoefer, Nicklas Holland, Leah Horn, Jarreau Hoskins, Haleigh Hough, Rose Huang, Dawson Izyk, Alexis James, Dain Jerred, Tyler Johnson, Lauren Jones, Monique Jones, Lara Kanbur, Kaitlyn Kelly, Spencer Kielb, Mya Kinder, Johnathan King, Lily Kingsley, Willow-Su Knapp, Derek Kohut, Kyle Kon, Sheyenne Lacey, McKenzie LaDue, Taylor LaDue, Alyssa Lapetino, Addison Lee, Alyssa Lee and John Lee.

Also: Madison LeRoy, Eleanor Lisec, Kelly Lizotte, Sofia Loayza, Dillon Lopes, Evan Lupien, Matthew Mace, Aaliyah Maldonado-Cappetta, Elyse Maniccia, Elizabeth Martin, Austin Mason, James May, Julia May, Brookelle Mazzoli, Margo McBrearty, Liberty McCracken, Turner McElroy, Alaina McMahon, Benjamin McPherson, Clarissa Miller, Derek Morgia, Drake Morgia, Andrew Mosbo, Leah Mullen, Emilee Munger, Caitlyn Murphy, Alex Myers, Alexander Osetek, Sierra Palmer, Dieonte Parker and Breonna Parrott.

Also: Allison Pasco, Derek Pascuzzi, Savannah Pero, Joseph Perras, Ivy Perry, Layla Perry, Laurel Plunkett, Jonathan Plyler, Connor Pratt, Sofia Proano, Jason Proud, Deepi Pryor, Alexa Quesnell, Breeanna Race, Olivia Rando, Payton Reese, Abigail Reith, Dylan Reitz, Leanna Restani, Dane Richardson, Cassandra Romeo, Cole Ross, Katterina Ruotolo, Lauren Samson, Jarod Sawyer, Jasmine Scruton, Nicholas Searor, Katherine Shene, Logan Shepardson, Kennedy Shurtleff, Kristen Skinner, Katie Smith and Tessa Smith.

Also: Dylan Sobrino, Zachary Sova, Benjamin Stevens, Christopher Sugar, Madalynn Swan, Matthew Taormina, Leah Taylor,  Madelaline Taylor, Sydney-Yu Terpening, Ryan Tharrett, Joshua Thomas, Keegan Thompson, McKinley Thompson, Reagan Thompson, Isabella Thorpe, Abhijit Tripathi, Julianne Verceles, Nicholas Victory, Catherine Volkomer, Vlad Volkov, Kieran Vollmer, Samuel Waldron, Mattie Wallace, Thomas Wallace, Tyler Wallace, Halle Wells, Alexander Wetzel, Bailey Whalen, Hannah Wise, Caitlin Wisniewski, Ryan Wood, Samuel Woods and Drew Youngman

Honor Roll:  Jason Abbott, Cameron Adams Jr., Emily Alnutt, Scott Alton, Griffin Axtell, Francis Barilla, Lauren Beall, Allison Beckwith, Jacob Bellardini, Olivia Bivens, Hunter Blackburn, Kevin Blum, Andrew Bornheimer, Laura Bornheimer, Mary Bornheimer, Tegan Boyzuck, Noah Brancato, Donovan Brown, Steven Buck, Madison Bullard, Griffin Calabro, Hannah Cali, Nolan Callahan, Tyler Calverase, Shae Carter, Hailey Caruso, Zachary Cary, Nicholas Chetney, Robert Clark, Raymond Class and Joshua Clyne.

Also: Allyssa Copeland, Madelyne Cortright, Christopher Cronk, Zachery Crossman, Aleksandra Cummins, Maddison Dashnau, Brenden Davies, Brandon Davis, Shelby Davis, Tyler Davis, Kaleya Dawley, Nelson DiGregorio II, Nathaniel Distin, Kyle Dodge, Hayley Domicolo, Abigail Donahue, Daniel Doviak, Kayla Drosihn, Courtney Dryden, Isabel Dunning, Joel Dunn, Jasmine Durham, Tyler Eckert, Lilyana Ellis, Mackenzie Endres, Sierra Ermini, Alexa Fadden, Julia Falanga, Samantha Falcetti and Huckabee Fitzgerald.

Also: Derek Fitzsimmons, Marissa Forger, Makayla Fragale, Nathan Getman, Matthew Gill, Fredrick Gonzalez, Daniel Gosselin, Stephen Greene III, Zachary Griffin, Evan Groff, Mary Guynup, Jordan Hare, Audrey Harrington, Jacob Harrington, Jacob Hauser, Javiemary Hernandez, Jacob Hibbert, Matthew Hibbert, Olivia Hilton, Brianna Hoefer, Timothy Hubbard II, Akira Huber, Quinn Jacobs, Hermes Jimenez Jr., Ashley Johnson, Joseph Kelly, Tanner Keville, Crystal King, Michael Kinney, Tara Kirwan, Hannah Koster, Krista Kraft, Megan Lagoe and Bradley Liverman.

Also: Connor Loadwick, Joshua Losurdo, Keith Loughrey, Mark Magistro Jr., Maxwell Mays, Robert McCarthy, Katelinn McGuinness, Mickayla McMahon, Shaleen McMahon, Margaret McSweeney, Cassondra Monroy, Jacob Morgan, Bradley Morrisseau, Justin Mull, Alainna Mulvihill, Cody Murray, Nathaniel Murteza, Andrew Mylkes, Gavin Neuland, Heavenly Noel, Andrew Noyes, Aidan Osmun, Dakota Ouderkirk, Julia Palmer, Taylor Palmer, Maria Pelkey, Sean Pepe, Logan Pepper, Alexis Pero, Trinity Perry, Cameron Peterson and Kaylee Polmanteer.

Also: Samantha Porter, Gregory Poston, Ethan Proud, Jessica Pullen, Marina Regan, Dale Reynolds, Destiney (Desa) Richards, Jasiah Rios, Zachary Rousselle, Hannah Rowley, Abigail Roy, Kaileigh Roy, Isabella Sabatini, Emily Sanders, Kateri Senke, Jacob Sharkey, Caroline Sincavage, Presley Slimmer, Cameron Smith, Travis Sova, Hannah St. John, Tyler Steinbach, Alexis Sterio, Keyara Storrs, Laura Sullivan, Giordana Szadkowski, Christian Talamo, Jaime Thompson, Chelsea Thurston, Liam Tovey, Skylar Trapasso, Shawn Victory, Griffin Vrooman, Skylar Wallace, Jacob Ward, Zachary Warren, Emily Waterman, Adam Weller, Alexander Whiteside, Destiny Whitney, Trent Wilkinson, Rhiannon Winslow, Jacob Wise and Isaiah Wiseman.

Fulton Dining and Activity Center menus for week of Dec. 16

Here are the menus being served at the Fulton Dining and Activity Center:

Monday- 12/16/- Homemade soup and sandwich

Tuesday- 12/17/- Chili Con Carne along with cauliflower

Wednesday – 12/18/- Glazed ham with scalloped potatoes along with lemon dill carrots

Thursday- 12/19/- Meatloaf with gravy, baked potato and spinach

Friday- 12/20/- Chicken & Biscuits  with mashed potatoes and veggies

 

Monday- 12/23/- Meatballs and pasta with sauce along with Italian blend veggies

Tuesday-12/24/- PROGRAM CLOSED

FOR HOLIDAY

Wednesday – 12/25/ – PROGRAM CLOSED — MERRY CHRISTMAS

Thursday – 12/26/ – Barbecued chicken breast along with scalloped potatoes and peas and carrots

Friday- 12/27/- Macaroni & Cheese with stewed tomatoes and cooks choice veggies

 

Monday – 12/30/ – Reuben noodle casserole with vegetables

Tuesday – 12/31/- Meatball sub with Italian blend vegetables

Wednesday –  1/1/ PROGRAM CLOSED                                              HAPPY NEW YEAR

Thursday – 1/2/- Crispy fish clipper with au gratin potatoes and Catalina blend vegetables

Friday- 1/3/ – Turkey sloppy joe with baked potato and peas and carrots

 

Lunch is served at noon and the daily activity begins at 11 a.m.

For reservations, call Eileen at  592-3408  at least 24 hours in advance.