By Leon Archer Michael Kelly, a former Syracuse Post-Standard outdoor columnist, and long-time member of the New York Outdoor Writer’s Association, as well as being a personal friend of mine, sent me a copy of his latest book. That book,” FISHING THE FINGERLAKES, A Complete Guide to Prime Fishing Locations in Central New York State,”(…)
“The Great Turkey RUN” has always been a Fulton wrestling tradition on Thanksgiving Day. Some suspect this was the coaches’ way of making sure the boys worked off a few of those fattening turkey day treats! Starting this year, the traditional run has grown to become so much more. The Fulton community has always been(…)
The Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church recently joined in making Christmas Shoe Boxes with other area churches to help with the Mission of Operation Christmas Child. The 84 shoe boxes were completed under the direction of Betty Crouch. The boxes contained toys, school supplies, toothbrushes, tooth paste, soap, wash cloths, hair brushes, combs, flashlights, hard(…)
The Syracuse Symphoria Holiday Pops Concert is scheduled for 3 p.m. Dec. 15 in the Oswego High School auditorium. The concert is sponsored by Oswego Health. Members of the community will be able to enjoy the sounds of the holiday with their family and friends at the concert, which will include the music of the(…)
The CNY Arts Center of Fulton has announced its next Author’s Spotlight, an ongoing program where community members can meet local writers who have recently published a book. The event will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Art Center’s Arts in the HeART Gallery. Four authors will share the stage: Jo Ann Butler,(…)
Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is less than a month away. Our Gingerbread House contest kicks off the holiday season for us. Gingerbread creations made by teams or individuals are now on display at the Arts in the HeARTS gallery, 47 S. First St., Fulton. Stop in from now until Dec. 14 to vote for(…)
By Debra J. Groom CNY Arts Center has an opportunity to put all of its locations under one roof and expand its space to provide more arts events to the city. But, it needs money. Executive Director Nancy Fox said a building has been donated to the center, but directors need about $35,000 to gain(…)
Check this out. Oswego Town’s own Dr. Mary Walker makes the New York Times. Go to http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/12/02/i-wear-my-own-clothes/?smid=fb-share&_r=0 to see the blog entry.