A benefit for Dottie Bennett is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at the Fulton Polish Home.
Bennett recently lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. All profits from the benefit will go toward unpaid medical bills and to help with burial costs.
The benefit will be a $10 chicken dinner along with door prizes, drawings, 50/50, DJ and more. Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the benefit.
Local author/photographer Spider Rybaak and Mike McGrath of McGrath & Associates Carp Angling Services, will conduct their popular kids’ fishing program at Lake Neatahwanta’s Bullhead Point (where the pier reaches out into the lake), State Route 3, on Fulton’s west side from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday June 14.
By Ashley M. Casey
The state Financial Restructuring Board has sent its first draft of suggestions for getting the city of Fulton off its “fiscally stressed” list.
Mayor Ron Woodward Sr. said the city received word from the restructuring board about two weeks ago with its first recommendations, which are subject to change.
By Rob Tetro
Senior student-athletes in spring sports were recognized recently for their performances during the season.
A Doug Jones Autograph collection will be auctioned off as part of CNY Arts Center’s Gallery Birthday celebration in June. The collection will be on display throughout the month at Arts in the HeART Gallery at 47 S. First St. in Fulton. The winning bid will be revealed June 26 at the Wine and Cheese Birthday Party. For more information visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 598-2787.
With the first full year of Arts in the HeART Gallery completed, CNY Arts Center announces festivities for a month-long celebration during June at the Gallery at 47 S. First St., Fulton.
Every Wednesday and Saturday an event is planned with a special birthday party to wrap up the celebration at month’s end.
The cast of “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” lines up on stage. From left: Ryan Benson Smith as Schroeder; Emily Yamada, Snoopy; Megan Murtha, Woodstock; Adam Schmidtmann, Charlie Brown; Chris Tetro, Linus; Sabrina Woodward, Sally; and Julia Allen, Lucy.
CNY Arts Center announces a change in performance dates for the final weekend of You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.
The closing matinee on Sunday, June 15 at 3 p.m. has been canceled. A performance has been added at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 14.
Sox Stuber Sportsmanship Award recipients Seth Delisle and Casey Shannon
Shirley Chalifoux Scholarship recipients Connor Goss and Mikayla Guernsey
Rick Luciano Football Scholarship recipient James Bailey is pictured with Brett Tallents, Patty Scaringi, James Lalik and Mark Pollock.
Outstanding Athletic Performance Award recipient Mikayla Guernsey is pictured with Mike Tryninski.
Mike Hogan Scholarship Award recipients Sarah Halstead and Jeremy Langdon are pictured with Derek Lyons.
Margaret Beckwith Scholarship Award recipient Mikayla Guernsey is pictured with Bill Beckwith and George Beckwith.
The Judy and Dave Trepasso Fan of the Year Award was presented to Mary Elliot. Also pictured are Sandy Strauss and Tom Trepasso.
Joe Castiglia Effort Award recipients Carson Vono and Keisha Pierce
Gene Adams Most Improved Athlete Award recipients James Martin and Caitlin Chrisman
Dan McGinnis Senior Athlete of the Year Award recipients Mark Pollock and Amelia Coakley
Dale Tombs Baseball Award recipient Jeremy Langdon is pictured with Dale Tombs and Kip Harvey.
Carl Barton Scholarship Award recipient Mark Pollock
Barney Naioti Leadership Award recipients Anna Guernsey and Paul Reynoso
The annual Senior Night Recognition Dinner for senior athletes in the Fulton school district was held Tuesday at Thunder Island.
Hundreds attended the event to highlight athletic performances by seniors before they head off after graduation later this month. It is put on each year by the Fulton Athletic Boosters.
Alex (Brian Pringle) tries to explain to his wife that now is not the best time to call, as he is trying to watch a play – while Susan (Colleen Dietrich), an actress on stage, tries to survive this one of many interruptions to her show in “Take Five” by Westley M. Pederson. That comedy, along with “Who Am I This Time?” by Christopher Sergel, based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., make up Fulton Community Theatre’s latest production, “The First Time: An Evening of One-Acts from New Directors”.
The foibles of life and love and acting take to the stage this summer as Fulton Community Theatre proudly presents “The First Time – An Evening of One Acts from New Directors.”
The production will feature two one-act comedies: “Take Five” a comedy by Westley M. Pederson, directed by Donald Crowe; and “Who Am I This Time?” by Christopher Sergel, based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., directed by Valeri Roscoe Dedich.