Category Archives: Fulton News

Fairgrieve students learn about importance of making an effort

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla congratulates students for displaying effort and earning the Virtue of the Month Award for May. In front (from left) are Ty Nesbitt, Natalie Guile, Reese Niver, Autumn Johnson, Adelaide McEachen, Olivia Nesbitt and Elijah Brooks. In the middle row (from left) are John-Paul Murphy, Josalyn Miller, Kaylee Brown, Caleb Dillingham, Logan Murphy, Maddison Schlosser, Ryan Carroll and Shane Seymour. In the back row (from left) are Ciesla, Gavin Brown, Danayza Gaiter, Justice Carvey, Alyssa Paro, Samantha Hoyt and Matthew MacDougall.
Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla congratulates students for displaying effort and earning the Virtue of the Month Award for May. In front (from left) are Ty Nesbitt, Natalie Guile, Reese Niver, Autumn Johnson, Adelaide McEachen, Olivia Nesbitt and Elijah Brooks. In the middle row (from left) are John-Paul Murphy, Josalyn Miller, Kaylee Brown, Caleb Dillingham, Logan Murphy, Maddison Schlosser, Ryan Carroll and Shane Seymour. In the back row (from left) are Ciesla, Gavin Brown, Danayza Gaiter, Justice Carvey, Alyssa Paro, Samantha Hoyt and Matthew MacDougall.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Hard work was celebrated during Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Morning Express program Thursday May 22 as nearly two dozen students received recognition.

Principal Jean Ciesla congratulated 22 students for demonstrating effort during the past month and presented the children with Virtue of the Month awards and a button commemorating their achievement.  Continue reading

Bundle of Bucks set for May 31

Now in its 10th year, the 2014 edition of St. Luke’s Bundle of Bucks Charity Raffle event promises to be the best yet!

Great prize giveaways, fun, food and fantastic live music by The Cortini Brothers featuring Anna-Marie White are all part of the excitement; including a drawing for 15 cash prizes totaling $25,000, with a top prize of $10,000 to a lucky winner.

The event is taking place from 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday May 31 at the Elks Lodge in Oswego. Continue reading

Bodley students win scholarships

Eight seniors at G. Ray Bodley High School received the 2014 Scholarships for Academic Excellence award from John B. King, Jr., the  state Education Commissioner. Students were selected based on an average  using Regents scores in English, Algebra 2 and Trigonometry, U.S. History and three science courses. Winners must attend a college or university in New York state. Pictured from left to right are: Michael Holcomb, Jordyn Stone, Ashley McCann, Tessa LiVoti, Danielle Rupert, Amelia Coakley, Julia Ludington and Noah Sorbello.
Eight seniors at G. Ray Bodley High School received the 2014 Scholarships for Academic Excellence award from John B. King, Jr., the state Education Commissioner. Students were selected based on an average using Regents scores in English, Algebra 2 and Trigonometry, U.S. History and three science courses. Winners must attend a college or university in New York state. Pictured from left to right are: Michael Holcomb, Jordyn Stone, Ashley McCann, Tessa LiVoti, Danielle Rupert, Amelia Coakley, Julia Ludington and Noah Sorbello.

Fulton Rotary honors students

The students from G. Ray Bodley High School students who visited the Fulton Rotary Club this month were Anthony Semeraro, left, and Amelia Coakley. Coakley has a year of college “under her belt” with Advanced Placement courses. She has been active in figure skating and lacrosse and has volunteered often in the community, especially at Oswego Hospital, where her father works. She will attend Binghamton University in the fall and major in the health care field. Semeraro is also a strong student who is interested in drama and music. He will attend Rochester Institute of Technology and major in chemical engineering. Both students are members of the National Honor Society.  Rotarian Youth Committee member Judy Young, center, introduced the students to the Fulton Rotarians.
The students from G. Ray Bodley High School students who visited the Fulton Rotary Club this month were Anthony Semeraro, left, and Amelia Coakley. Coakley has a year of college “under her belt” with Advanced Placement courses. She has been active in figure skating and lacrosse and has volunteered often in the community, especially at Oswego Hospital, where her father works. She will attend Binghamton University in the fall and major in the health care field. Semeraro is also a strong student who is interested in drama and music. He will attend Rochester Institute of Technology and major in chemical engineering. Both students are members of the National Honor Society. Rotarian Youth Committee member Judy Young, center, introduced the students to the Fulton Rotarians.

Fulton Community Garden set for growing season

Representatives from the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County, ready garden beds for planting as part of the Fulton Community Garden Project.  Shown from left are: Jan Smith, master gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension; Jen Canfield of the Fulton Alliance Church; Lois Luber, resource development director, United Way of Greater Oswego County; Addie Dolbear, community volunteer;  Lori Halstead, OCO Nutrition Services; and Cindy Walsh of Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Representatives from the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County, ready garden beds for planting as part of the Fulton Community Garden Project. Shown from left are: Jan Smith, master gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension; Jen Canfield of the Fulton Alliance Church; Lois Luber, resource development director, United Way of Greater Oswego County; Addie Dolbear, community volunteer; Lori Halstead, OCO Nutrition Services; and Cindy Walsh of Cornell Cooperative Extension.

The growing season will soon begin for the Fulton Community Garden Project.

Members of the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County met recently at John Lincoln Park in Fulton to ready the garden beds for planting. Continue reading