A group of high school students who have spent their senior year exploring careers in the medical field at Oswego Hospital will share some of what they have learned with members of the community.
At the end of each school year, Oswego Hospital’s New Vision students from this Oswego BOCES program typically complete individual projects requiring them to research a disease. Continue reading
The 33rd annual Fulton Memorial Day Salute celebration will fill the day May 24 with music, fun, food and honoring veterans.
The event at the Fulton Community Center on West Broadway will feature the biggest Saturday morning parade, local music groups, a great food court, drinks, rides and fireworks.
All entertainment is offered free to the public. Continue reading
Parents of Special Children, Inc. presents its annual Jamboree Chicken Barbecue fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at the Hannibal American Legion.
The family event will include a chicken barbecue, door prizes, raffles, a delicious bake sale and music by Proctor Entertainment and Event Services. Continue reading
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Now parents of students at Fulton’s Fairgrieve Elementary don’t have to wait until a special school event to see their children’s artwork.
By Ashley M. Casey
The Fulton Public Library lags behind two similar libraries in the North Country Library System in funding for its staff members, according to data from the 2012 New York State Bibliostat report.
Library Director Betty Maute said Fulton serves a population similar to the Ogdensburg Public Library and the Canton Free Library with less money.
“What they pay for staff alone is our entire budget,” Maute told The Valley News. “There’s a big discrepancy between us and other libraries serving the same (size) population in the North Country Library System.” Continue reading