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Friends of History in Fulton to hold chicken barbecue

The Friends of History in Fulton will hold its first chicken barbecue for 2013 Sunday, May 5 at the pavilion at Bullhead Point, Route 3 West, Fulton.

Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. and will run until all is sold out.

Pre-sale tickets for the fund-raiser, which will guarantee a dinner, may be purchased at the Pratt House Museum, 177 S. First St., Fulton, Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

All pre-sale dinners must be picked up by 1 p.m.

The barbecue is prepared by Fricken Chicken and includes half a chicken, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, roll and a brownie.

Those seeking additional information may call the Friends of History at 598-4616.ç

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Winter Warming Party to be held at Pratt House Museum

78035286The Friends of History in Fulton will hold its annual “Tailgate” Winter Warming party fund-raiser at the John Wells Pratt House Museum, 177 S. First St., Fulton, Friday, Jan. 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Proceeds from this annual fund-raiser are used to support the historic John Wells Pratt House Museum and its activities.

Wine, beer and non-alcoholic punch will be served with a variety of “comfort foods” and desserts to help chase away the winter cold.

“Plan to attend and see your friends and the special sports decorations in the warmth of the Pratt House Local History Museum,” a spokesperson said. “To add to the fun, you are asked to come dressed in the colors or logo of your favorite team. It will be interesting to see how many teams are represented.”

Reservations are requested by Jan. 16 and can be made by calling 598-4616 and leaving a message. Walk-ins will also be welcome.

Pictured are this year’s recipients of the Elma J. Smith Award, presented to individuals that make long-term and distinguished contributions to Fulton history. From left are Rosemary Cook, Alec Seymour and Carrie Butler.

Friends of History to hold celebration

Pictured are this year’s recipients of the Elma J. Smith Award, presented to individuals that make long-term and distinguished contributions to Fulton history. From left are Rosemary Cook, Alec Seymour and Carrie Butler.

The Friends of History in Fulton will hold its fourth annual celebration event Nov. 2 at the Fulton Polish Home, 153 West First St., Fulton.

There will be a cash bar at 6 p.m. with dinner to follow at 7 p.m. The event will be catered by Gary Bevacqua.

This year’s recipients of the Elma J. Smith award are Carrie Butler, Rosemary Cook, and Alec Seymour.

The Elma J. Smith Award is presented to an individual or organization that makes distinguished and long-term contributions to Fulton history in one or more of the following areas: public education, writing, research, exhibits, historic preservation, promotion of Fulton’ history, service to the museum, or philanthropy.

Both Cook and Seymour are past presidents of the organization. Butler is a past director of the museum.

Advance reservations are required. There will be entertainment, 50/50 drawings, and a gift basket.

Friends of History chicken barbecue

The Friends of History in Fulton will hold its last chicken barbecue of the year Sunday, Sept. 30 at the pavilion at Bullhead Point. The barbecue will be held from 11:30 a.m. until sold out.

Pre-sale tickets for the fund-raiser, which will guarantee a dinner, may be purchased at the Pratt House Museum, Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The dinner will be prepared by Fricken Chicken, and includes a half a chicken, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, a roll and brownie. Those seeking further information may call the Friends of History at 598-4616.