Category Archives: Fulton News

Holy Trinity Parish Family Fun Day

Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton, will have its annual Family Fun Festival from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, July 11 and Saturday, July 12. Friday will feature the sounds of “Brass Exchange” and Saturday night come out to hear the “Billionaires”. Chicken barbecue and barbecue ribs along with sausage, hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, and everyone’s favorite fried dough only make up a portion of the foods to be offered. Games of chance, children’s games, grocery booth and the ever-popular cake booth are only some of the things to keep attendees busy. On Saturday at 7 p.m. the parishioners will “Dunk the Pastor” as the Rev. John Canorro will be in the dunking booth. There will be drawing for baskets, money and 50/50s. Come and join the fun! Pictured from left, committee members Jim Feeney, Cara Allen, Joe Allen, Brenda Abelgore, Chris Williams, Tom Jones, Paul Campolieta, Rhonda Campolieta, Mary Elliot, the Rev. John Canorro, Heidi Buda, Tom Abelgore and Judy Young surround a grill that will be given away at the festival. Valley News photo by Kelly LeVea
Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton, will have its annual Family Fun Festival from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, July 11 and Saturday, July 12. Friday will feature the sounds of “Brass Exchange” and Saturday night come out to hear the “Billionaires”. Chicken barbecue and barbecue ribs along with sausage, hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, and everyone’s favorite fried dough only make up a portion of the foods to be offered. Games of chance, children’s games, grocery booth and the ever-popular cake booth are only some of the things to keep attendees busy. On Saturday at 7 p.m. the parishioners will “Dunk the Pastor” as the Rev. John Canorro will be in the dunking booth. There will be drawing for baskets, money and 50/50s. Come and join the fun! Pictured from left, committee members Jim Feeney, Cara Allen, Joe Allen, Brenda Abelgore, Chris Williams, Tom Jones, Paul Campolieta, Rhonda Campolieta, Mary Elliot, the Rev. John Canorro, Heidi Buda, Tom Abelgore and Judy Young surround a grill that will be given away at the festival.
Valley News photo by Kelly LeVea

2 win journalism scholarships

The Professional Journalists and Communicators Club of Oswego County (PJC) recently announce the recipients of the club’s scholarship awards.  From left are: PJC Treasurer, Mary Ellen Barbeau of the Oswego County Department of Tourism; PJC Vice President, John DeRousie of Custom Marketing Solutions; Tara Stacy, recipient of the PJC Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award; Guest Speaker and PJC Member, Jeffery Rea of SUNY Oswego Office of Public Affairs; Scholarship Recipient, James Bailey of G. Ray Bodley High School; and PJC President Marion Ciciarelli of Oswego Health.
The Professional Journalists and Communicators Club of Oswego County (PJC) recently announce the recipients of the club’s scholarship awards. From left are: PJC Treasurer, Mary Ellen Barbeau of the Oswego County Department of Tourism; PJC Vice President, John DeRousie of Custom Marketing Solutions; Tara Stacy, recipient of the PJC Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award; Guest Speaker and PJC Member, Jeffery Rea of SUNY Oswego Office of Public Affairs; Scholarship Recipient, James Bailey of G. Ray Bodley High School; and PJC President Marion Ciciarelli of Oswego Health.

The Professional Journalists and Communicators of Oswego County (PJC) has awarded the organization’s Muriel Allerton Scholarship Award to Tara Stacy of Oswego High School.   Continue reading

Ian Stanbridge, worked at Anheuser Busch, volunteered for Boy Scouts, Little League

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Ian P. Stanbridge, 61, of Phoenix, NY passed away at his home surrounded by family after battling a long illness.

Mr. Stanbridge was born to the late John and Olive “Joyce” (Jones) Stanbridge of Cheltenham, England. He has been a resident of the United States since 1976 and has been living in Phoenix, NY since 1977.

Mr. Stanbridge had served in the Territorial Army in England. He worked as a maintenance mechanic and machinist at Anheuser Busch, Baldwinsville, NY for 24 years.

Mr. Stanbridge was the founding member of the Baldwinsville Brewery Bicycling Club. He enjoyed being a past volunteer with Boy Scouts of America and the Phoenix Little League.

Mr. Stanbridge is survived by his wife of 40 years, Glenda Stanbridge of Phoenix, NY; children, Matthew (Jesse) Stanbridge of CA and Katherine (Matthew) Maine of Pennellville, NY; granddaughter Vivian Maine of Pennellville, NY; sisters and brother-in-laws, Jennifer Kinder, Gillian (Clive)  Berriman both of Cheltenham, England, and Debra (Martin) Jenkins of Staffordshire, England; and several nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the convenience of the family.  Burial will be held privately. There will be no calling hours.

The family has requested that donations may be made in honor of Ian to Rails to Trails Conservancy, The Duke Ellington Building, 2121 Ward Ct., NW 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20037; American Lung Association, 55 W. Wacker Drive Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60601 or to All Saints Episcopal Church, 149 S. First St. Fulton, NY 13069.

The Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton has care of the arrangements.

 

Guernsey receives scholarship

Anna Guernsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guernsey, received the Robert Parkhurst Memorial Award presented by the Fulton Police Department. The police department annually gives $500 to a high school senior who shows Parkshurst’s qualities of a desire to succeed, genuine concern for others and a willingness to assist others. Parkhurst was a Fulton police officer killed in 1984 by a drunk driver. Guernsey will attend Fulton-Montgomery Community College majoring in radiologic technology. Pictured are Officer Ken Sheldon, Fulton police; Guernsey; Honey Parkhurst, Officer Parkhurst’s mother; and Detective Mike Curtis of the Fulton police.
Anna Guernsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guernsey, received the Robert Parkhurst Memorial Award presented by the Fulton Police Department. The police department annually gives $500 to a high school senior who shows Parkshurst’s qualities of a desire to succeed, genuine concern for others and a willingness to assist others. Parkhurst was a Fulton police officer killed in 1984 by a drunk driver. Guernsey will attend Fulton-Montgomery Community College majoring in radiologic technology. Pictured are Officer Ken Sheldon, Fulton police; Guernsey; Honey Parkhurst, Officer Parkhurst’s mother; and Detective Mike Curtis of the Fulton police.

Richard Barnes, long-time Fulton resident

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.