Graduating students, senior jazz. From left to right: Ashley McCann, Mackenzie Fanciulli and Jensen Paget.
"Let It Go" from Frozen
Ballet routine. Back row, from left to right: Kristen McCloure, Gianna Allen, Autumn Barrick, Josie Regensburger; front row, from left to right: Isabella Perkins, Avery Evans, Sophia Taylor, Addison Barrick and Ava Greeny.
Tap routine. Back row, from left to right: Mackenzie Fanciulli, Alexia Abelgore, Jensen Paget, Emma Harvey; front row, from left to right: Ashley McCann and Kennedie Coyne.
Ballet routine. From left to right: Emily Gerth, Michael Gerth and Brooke Halstead.
"What Does the Fox Say?"
Jazz routine. Back row, from left to right: Katie Gerth, Victoria Stoutenger, Quinn Halstead, Emily Mackey; front row, from left to right: Danielle Mackey, Gabby Manchester and Karina Rusaw.
Jazz routine. From left to right: Juliet Manchester, Caelyn Forbes and Marissa Allen.
The 31 dance students at Doreen’s Dance Studio in Fulton showed off what they learned during a recital May 22 at G. Ray Bodley High School.
The Fulton boys’ varsity lacrosse team has a 5-8 record after losing its last three of four games.
On April 25, New Hartford topped the Red Raiders 12-5. Cortland held off Fulton 10-8 on April 29. The Red Raiders knocked off Whitesboro 11-4 May 2, while Jamesville-DeWitt rolled past Fulton 16-3 May 6. Continue reading →
The Fulton varsity softball team won its last four games to improve to a 10-5 overall record.
Fulton cruised past Homer 18-6 May 9. The Lady Raiders topped county foe Hannibal 13-0 in Game 1 of a May 10 Tournament. In Game 2 of the tournament, Fulton knocked off Syracuse West 7-1. The Lady Raiders held off county rival Mexico 3-1 May 12. Continue reading →
CNY Arts Center is still recruiting vendors for its fourth annual Arts Fest, which makes a return to its original downtown location from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 14.
Celebrating Arts in the Heart Gallery’s first anniversary with the addition of Arts Fest in the streets will turn the downtown corridor on First Street into a street festival for the arts with a rich history of street closures for art events.