Category Archives: Fulton News

Women’s Club of Fulton meets at Tavern on the Lock

The Women’s Club of Fulton directors and officers for 2014-2015 met recently for a luncheon at Tavern on the Lock. Front row left to right: Ellen Nowyj, Lucille McDermott, Cindy Garrett, Francine Latino, Janet Weldin, Dolores Walrath, Sue Brown, Ellen Kane, Barb Abbott. Middle row left to right: Jean Niver, Wynnette Dohse, Sandy Howell, Karen Lupa. Back row left to right: Ginger Leotta, Carole Farfaglia, Maryalice Chatterton, Cindy Bickford, Sandy Walpole, Carm Cavallaro, Liz Schremp, Carol Dexter, Barb Hubbard, Karen Potter.
The Women’s Club of Fulton directors and officers for 2014-2015 met recently for a luncheon at Tavern on the Lock. Front row left to right: Ellen Nowyj, Lucille McDermott, Cindy Garrett, Francine Latino, Janet Weldin, Dolores Walrath, Sue Brown, Ellen Kane, Barb Abbott. Middle row left to right: Jean Niver, Wynnette Dohse, Sandy Howell, Karen Lupa. Back row left to right: Ginger Leotta, Carole Farfaglia, Maryalice Chatterton, Cindy Bickford, Sandy Walpole, Carm Cavallaro, Liz Schremp, Carol Dexter, Barb Hubbard, Karen Potter.

Holmes elected Lions Club president

Fulton Lions Club Immediate Past President Don LaBarge, right, congratulates incoming President Gail Holmes. The Fulton Lions Club installed its new slate of officers for 2014-15 and presented club awards for the 2013-14-club year at their June 13 meeting. Other officers installed were: Dave Morrell, second vice president; Leo Chirello, third vice president; Michele Standard, secretary; and Roberta Boeteler, treasurer. Other officers installed include: David Dingman, membership chair; Zach Merry, assistant secretary; Ron Browning, assistant treasurer and lion tamer; Roberta Boteler, assistant lion tamer; Brett Tallents, tail twister; Steve Chirello, assistant tail twister; Paul Foster and Fred Aldrich, two-year directors; and, Robert Weston and Steve Chirello, one-year directors. Lion Robert Seibert of Liverpool, past Lions Clubs International director and past district governor, presided over the installation. For more information on Fulton Lions, visit www. http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php
Fulton Lions Club Immediate Past President Don LaBarge, right, congratulates incoming President Gail Holmes. The Fulton Lions Club installed its new slate of officers for 2014-15 and presented club awards for the 2013-14-club year at their June 13 meeting. Other officers installed were: Dave Morrell, second vice president; Leo Chirello, third vice president; Michele Standard, secretary; and Roberta Boeteler, treasurer. Other officers installed include: David Dingman, membership chair; Zach Merry, assistant secretary; Ron Browning, assistant treasurer and lion tamer; Roberta Boteler, assistant lion tamer; Brett Tallents, tail twister; Steve Chirello, assistant tail twister; Paul Foster and Fred Aldrich, two-year directors; and, Robert Weston and Steve Chirello, one-year directors. Lion Robert Seibert of Liverpool, past Lions Clubs International director and past district governor, presided over the installation. For more information on Fulton Lions, visit www. http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php

Readers enjoy ice cream sundaes

Kaylee Hutchins, Olivia Hawthorne, Olivia Forsyth and Morgan Zukowski pose in the library with their ice cream cone shaped pencils during Fairgrieve’s Accelerated Reader sundae party. Accelerated Reader is a reading incentive program designed to inspire children to read. Fairgrieve students sign out and read Accelerated Reader books from the school library, take computerized reading comprehension tests about the books and earn points based on the number of questions answered correctly.
Kaylee Hutchins, Olivia Hawthorne, Olivia Forsyth and Morgan Zukowski pose in the library with their ice cream cone shaped pencils during Fairgrieve’s Accelerated Reader sundae party. Accelerated Reader is a reading incentive program designed to inspire children to read. Fairgrieve students sign out and read Accelerated Reader books from the school library, take computerized reading comprehension tests about the books and earn points based on the number of questions answered correctly.

Relatives come from far and wide to honor Moses Holden, Fulton ancestor

Several descendants of Fulton settler Moses Holden gathered at Mt. Adnah Cemetery June 14 to place a stone on Moses’ grave. Back row: Jim Horton and Penny Diaz; front row: Norah Royce, Gina Royce, Linda Lee Holden Sarat, Lori Holden, Ferran Diaz, Suzanne Holden Horton, unidentified little girl, Kathy Love and Terri Wood, holding her grandson Silas. Valley News photo by Ashley M. Casey
Several descendants of Fulton settler Moses Holden gathered at Mt. Adnah Cemetery June 14 to place a stone on Moses’ grave. Back row: Jim Horton and Penny Diaz; front row: Norah Royce, Gina Royce, Linda Lee Holden Sarat, Lori Holden, Ferran Diaz, Suzanne Holden Horton, unidentified little girl, Kathy Love and Terri Wood, holding her grandson Silas.
Valley News photo by Ashley M. Casey

By Ashley M. Casey

Several descendants of Fulton settler Moses Holden met face-to-face for the first time last Saturday at an event to honor their ancestor in Mt. Adnah Cemetery.  Continue reading

Vescio honored for Community Service

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Carol Vescio of Fulton recently received the 2014 Community Service Award from Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club.

A Community Service Award is presented to a person in the community that the club feels has donated much of their time to various organizations and functions in the area.

Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. every Friday at Fulton’s Riverside Inn.

Quilt donated to local nursing home

Lauren D’Amico, Lona Liverman and Michelle Rodrigous show off a quilt they and others from Oswego Industries worked on at The Robin’s Nest Quilt Shop & More in Fulton. Robin Hall, owner of the shop, said participants in the life program at Oswego Industries worked to make the quilt which then was donated to a local nursing home. The participants made the quilt while taking classes twice a week with Hall and a staff person from Oswego Industries at the shop. They will continue clases and another quilt donation will be made in the community at a later date.
Lauren D’Amico, Lona Liverman and Michelle Rodrigous show off a quilt they and others from Oswego Industries worked on at The Robin’s Nest Quilt Shop & More in Fulton. Robin Hall, owner of the shop, said participants in the life program at Oswego Industries worked to make the quilt which then was donated to a local nursing home. The participants made the quilt while taking classes twice a week with Hall and a staff person from Oswego Industries at the shop. They will continue clases and another quilt donation will be made in the community at a later date.