Category Archives: Fulton News

Painting classes with Bonnie McClellan to begin June 21

“Old Barn at Sunset” painting is the subject of the next oil painting class for beginners at CNY Arts Center. Taught by Bonnie McClellan, no experience is required but pre-registration is required. All materials are provided. For more information or to register, please go to www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 598-2787.
“Old Barn at Sunset” painting is the subject of the next oil painting class for beginners at CNY Arts Center. Taught by Bonnie McClellan, no experience is required but pre-registration is required. All materials are provided. For more information or to register, please go to www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 598-2787.

Summer classes are now forming for a series of classes with Bonnie McClellan.

No experience is required for these classes. Students will complete a painting during the class as the instructor paints alongside, step by step teaching brush strokes and techniques. Continue reading

Register now for summer art classes, ARTY camp

Camper Eve MacDonald prepares a gourd for painting during Arty Camp last year. CNY Arts Center is gearing up for a full summer of art classes for children of all ages. For class and camp information and registration, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 592-3373.
Camper Eve MacDonald prepares a gourd for painting during Arty Camp last year. CNY Arts Center is gearing up for a full summer of art classes for children of all ages. For class and camp information and registration, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 592-3373.

Time to get imaginations fired up for a summer of art fun at CNY Arts Center located in the Methodist Church at 357 State St.

Registrations are now open for camp and all summer classes. Continue reading

Little League games fill nights at Kiwanis park

Fulton PBA Pitcher Nick Vant delivers a pitch to Foster Funeral Home Batter Ben Demars during a Fulton Little League Baseball Major League Game on June 9 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.  Valley News photo by Rob Tetro
Fulton PBA Pitcher Nick Vant delivers a pitch to Foster Funeral Home Batter Ben Demars during a Fulton Little League Baseball Major League Game on June 9 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.
Valley News photo by Rob Tetro
Foster Funeral Home Pitcher Sam May deliveris a pitch to Sugar Funeral Home Batter Jayden Evans during a Fulton Little League Baseball Major League Game on June 12 at Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton.  Valley News photo by Rob Tetro
Foster Funeral Home Pitcher Sam May deliveris a pitch to Sugar Funeral Home Batter Jayden Evans during a Fulton Little League Baseball Major League Game on June 12 at Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton.
Valley News photo by Rob Tetro

First-graders at Fairgrieve celebrate reading prowess

Shyla Alvarado hugs her puppy dog at the Teddy Bear picnic. The yearly picnic celebrates first graders for their reading achievements and participation in the Accelerated Reader program.
Shyla Alvarado hugs her puppy dog at the Teddy Bear picnic. The yearly picnic celebrates first graders for their reading achievements and participation in the Accelerated Reader program.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

First-graders at Fairgrieve Elementary in Fulton recently attended a special reading celebration. 

School Librarian Barb Senecal honored first-grade students for their reading achievements and their participation in the Accelerated Reader program this school year. Continue reading

Fulton Little League team completes perfect season

Burke’s Home Center just completed a perfect 12-0 regular season in Fulton Little League AA Minor teams. Shown are team members, kneeling (left to right):  A.J. Mitchell, Andrew Mitchell, Brock Tetro, Alex Hall and Trevor Hendrickson. Middle Row (left to right): Cameron Wright, Ethan Skiff, Isaiah Rogers, Owen Skiff and Dustin MacFarland. Back Row(left to right): Coach Tom Tracy, Coach Andrew Loosen, Coach Brandon Arigo, Coach Karl Loosen and Coach Tim Tetro. All the coaches thank the players for all their hard work and dedication.
Burke’s Home Center just completed a perfect 12-0 regular season in Fulton Little League AA Minor teams. Shown are team members, kneeling (left to right): A.J. Mitchell, Andrew Mitchell, Brock Tetro, Alex Hall and Trevor Hendrickson. Middle Row (left to right): Cameron Wright, Ethan Skiff, Isaiah Rogers, Owen Skiff and Dustin MacFarland. Back Row(left to right): Coach Tom Tracy, Coach Andrew Loosen, Coach Brandon Arigo, Coach Karl Loosen and Coach Tim Tetro. All the coaches thank the players for all their hard work and dedication.

Pen Pal project joins students from opposite sides of Fulton

Pen pals Mason Fuller, left from Lanigan, and Tyler Ditton, right from Volney, pose after tossing around a football during the annual pen pal picnic.
Pen pals Mason Fuller, left from Lanigan, and Tyler Ditton, right from Volney, pose after tossing around a football during the annual pen pal picnic.

Second-grade students at Lanigan Elementary in Fulton recently made a trip to Volney Elementary on the other side of Fulton to meet, greet, play and eat.

The pen pal picnic, held yearly between Rauri Downes’ class at Volney and Terry Merritt’s class at Lanigan, was an opportunity for the two classes to meet face to face for the first time.  Continue reading

OCO Nutrition Services celebrates 40th birthday

OCO Nutrition Services celebrates its 40th anniversary.    Pictured above, are staff members looking back at 40 years of memories and photos.  Seated from left are: Bridget Dolbear, program coordinator for OCO Senor Nutrition Services, and Amy Roland, director, OCO Nutrition Services.  Standing from left are: Lori Halstead, food service coordinator; and Christine Parks, support services manager.
OCO Nutrition Services celebrates its 40th anniversary. Pictured above, are staff members looking back at 40 years of memories and photos. Seated from left are: Bridget Dolbear, program coordinator for OCO Senor Nutrition Services, and Amy Roland, director, OCO Nutrition Services. Standing from left are: Lori Halstead, food service coordinator; and Christine Parks, support services manager.

When Congress enacted the Older Americans Act to address the social services needs of older people, it was seen as a major vehicle for promoting the delivery of social services to seniors.

Its mission was to help older people maintain maximum independence in their homes and communities and to promote a continuum of care for the vulnerable elderly.

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