Richard Barnes, 61, of Fulton, passed away Saturday July 5.
Born in Syracuse, he was a long time resident of the Fulton area.
Richard had worked at Radio Shack in Oswego.
He was predeceased by his parents, Richard and Gloria Barnes.
Richard is survived by his wife Debbie and several other extended family members.
A graveside service will be 10 a.m. Thursday July 10 at Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Section 28 in Fulton. There are no calling hours.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Foster Funeral Home in Fulton.
Theater students are needed for ‘Charlie Brown’ at Arty Day Camp July 14 through 18. Registrations are open for CNY Arts Center’s weeklong camp. Continue reading
The First United Methodist Church of Fulton is sponsoring its fifth annual golf tournament at 8 a.m. Saturday Aug. 9 at the Emerald Crest Golf Course, Palermo.
The event will offer every participant food and prizes in addition to a round of golf.
The tourney is held each year for fun, fellowship and to raise money for the church’s ministries in this community.
For more information, call the church office at 592-7347.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
The Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services Program at Oswego County BOCES recently held its annual graduation and recognition ceremony. Continue reading
The Oswego County Soil and Water Conservation District is offering free mosquito larvicide kits for the general public again this year.
One free kit per homeowner is to be utilized around the perimeter area of their homes in containerized pockets of water. Continue reading
The Fulton Senior Dining and Activity Center is seeking new guests 60 years young and over.
The center serves a nutritious hot meal every day at noon. And along with friendly conversation, there also may be a good game of cards, or a little competitive game of Wii bowling taking place. Continue reading
A “berry” tasty reward awaited folks at Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton after a group of ladies finished their preparations of an early summer favorite in our area, strawberries! Pictured (left to right) are residents Geraldine Smith; Grace Smith; and Marjorie Bennett. The group together cleaned and hulled 20 quarts of local strawberries all destined for a delicious centerpiece of a Strawberry Shortcake Social, enjoyed by residents later that day.
Anyone from Central New York knows early summer means the strawberry harvest – and all that goes with it!
Among residents at Michaud Health Services in Fulton, the tradition of cleaning and preparing a batch of freshly picked strawberries is alive and well.
Recently folks gathered one morning to hull, cut and crush 20 quarts of tasty local berries, all destined for the centerpiece of a Strawberry Shortcake Social later that day.
Even though there was a lot of work to prepare the strawberries, the task was made easier by the companionship and camaraderie of the ladies gathered around the central table. And the anticipation of a delicious treat when done.