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Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Lamson Grange #588 is hosting a community chicken barbecue from 12:30 p.m. until sold out Saturday, June 28.

The menu will consist of barbecued chicken, salt potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, roll and pie. 

Music will be provided by Larry Hoyt and the Good Brothers from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. 

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A strawberry social is scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. Saturday June 28 at the Elks Club in Fulton.

There also will be a classic car show and country cruizers going on at the same time. The Elks Lodge is at 75 Pierce Drive.

Free Fishing Weekend in Oswego County

Oswego County offers plenty of places for fishing, like the state State Boat Launch at Mexico Point, for New York’s free fishing weekend. You might even see some other wildlife go by.  Photo by Oswego County Tourism
Oswego County offers plenty of places for fishing, like the state State Boat Launch at Mexico Point, for New York’s free fishing weekend. You might even see some other wildlife go by.
Photo by Oswego County Tourism

By Spider Rybaak

Have you ever found yourself looking out over a lake or stream and suddenly feeling the urge to go fishing? 

Perhaps you’ve been held back by the thought of dishing out your hard-earned money on something you’re not sure of? 

Well, the authorities understand and the state Department of Environmental Conservation offers an annual Free Fishing Weekend to help you get started.  Continue reading

Fulton woman, others work for national First Responders Day

Fulton Police Officers Brian Dumas, left, and Michael Blasczienski at the Police and Fire Awards ceremony this year. They received the Medal of Honor for saving Belton from her burning apartment building.
Fulton Police Officers Brian Dumas, left, and Michael Blasczienski at the Police and Fire Awards ceremony this year. They received the Medal of Honor for saving Belton from her burning apartment building.

By Debra J. Groom

A year ago Beverly Belton lost everything.

Well, everything but her life, thanks to two Fulton police officers.

“I never moved. I sat and watched as these first responders worked, going into the house, I watched everything that they did,” Belton said, remembering June 1, 2013. when her Fulton apartment building went up in flames. Continue reading