Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Author/Illustrator Peter Catalanotto recently visited Granby and Fairgrieve Elementary schools to talk with kindergarten through second-grade students about his stories and where they originate. The acclaimed author explained how some of the stories he writes are true, while others are make-believe. Ideas for his stories come partly from his own(…)
Fulton Junior High has announced its high honor roll and honor roll for the first quarter. Grade 7 High Honor Roll Alice Allen, Dustyn Arroway, Joshua Austin, Dani Avery, Collin Baker-LaBreck, Jada Ballard, Ryan Barry, Maddison Baum, Rachel Bedford, Selene Belrad, Joseph Benavidez, Collin Bennett, Alessandro Berner, Michael Boak, Haley Bort, Holly Bourgeois, McKenna Bourgeois,(…)
By Debra J. Groom Managing editor I would be remiss on this day before the holiday if I didn’t wish all Valley News readers a pleasant and thankful day. If you are gathering for a great meal with relatives and friends, you are truly blessed. If you are alone, don’t despair. There are many places(…)
Representatives of several Fulton Churches and The Salvation Army are busy planning the eighth annual dinner. Financial donations are still needed for this year’s Community Thanksgiving Dinner to be held from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28 at the First United Church of Fulton at 33 S. Third St., Fulton. The free sit down(…)
Canalview Travel celebrated the opening of its new location Nov. 22. The travel agency, founded in 1980, moved from Canalview Mall to 67. S. Second St. in October.
Trinity United Methodist Church in Oswego will be serving a special benefit all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 4 a.m. to noon, Black Friday, Nov. 29. This will benefit a local family who has recently lost a child, to help defray their medical costs. The menu includes your choice of pancakes or French toast, sausage, juice, coffee(…)
Staff and volunteers at Catholic Charities of Oswego County have been busy preparing for this year’s Thanksgiving food basket distribution. Thanks to donations from concerned community members and area businesses, Catholic Charities’ food pantry will provide more than 300 families with all the fixings for a complete Thanksgiving meal. “It has been a very challenging(…)
By Ashley M. Casey For the fifth time since 1973, Fulton pediatrician Dr. Stuart Trust has been named “Pediatrician of the Year” by Upstate Medical University. Pediatricians who display competence, concern for their patients and an enthusiasm for teaching are eligible for nomination. “I’m honored,” Dr. Trust said. “It’s wonderful to be recognized by your(…)