Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Students at Fulton Junior High School recently had the opportunity to share their projects and talents with friends, family and the community during a spring showcase. Presentations were given around the school from the Art Department, Health Department, Family and Consumer Science and Technology Department. The Music Department’s school chorus,(…)
By Debra J. Groom Hey, Fultonians. Do you know where all your city parks are located? Well, city officials hope a new contest beginning today will get everyone more acquainted with the 14 beautiful parks the city offers. Called Treasure Fulton Parks 2014 Medallion Hunt, the contest consists of a medallion being hidden somewhere in(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Voters in the Fulton City School District will have two decisions to make concerning the fate of the Fulton Public Library in the May 20 election: how it’s funded and who runs it. The library is putting forth two propositions for next month’s elections. One would make the library a school(…)
Walter E. Everson, Sr., 83, of Fulton, passed away Thursday evening April 3 at home with his family by his side. He was born in Bundyville, a son to the late Wilbur and Irene Everson. Walt lived in Michigan for several years before moving to Syracuse and eventually returning to Fulton. He was a veteran(…)
Ronald M. March, 80, of Fulton, passed away Tuesday April 1 at Oswego Hospital. He was born in Lacona, NY, a son to the late Moses and Mae March. Ron graduated from Cato-Meridian High School in 1951 and enlisted into the U.S. Army in 1953, where he served his nation until his honorable discharge in(…)
Booths and exhibits from building suppliers, home repair specialists and financial institutions will fill the Fulton War Memorial for the eighth consecutive year when the Fulton Area Home Show returns Saturday, April 12. A true sign of spring, the free home show is an opportunity for local homeowners and potential homebuyers to get a glimpse(…)
“The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; and He knows those who trust in Him” (Nahum 1:7) I read somewhere that the simple affirmation that God is good is a wonderful and marvelous thing to consider. It is certainly true. Think what an all powerful,(…)
A number of classes are coming up at the CNY Arts Center during next week’s spring recess April 14 through 17. ** Digital Photography — $30 plus $1 material cost, 9 to 10:30 a.m. M-F, ages 10-18, room 103. Instructor: Kendra Mattot. Students should plan to attend all sessions. ** Painting/Drawing $7.50/session Monday — Acrylics(…)
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Cheryl Sheats was hired recently as a personal lines account manager and Carol Burns was hired as a commercial lines account manager at Eastern Shore Associates Insurance. Sheats will be based in ESA’s North Syracuse office and Burns will be in the Camden office. “We are so pleased to welcome Carol and Cheryl to ESA,”(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES March’s character education trait in the Fulton City School District was perseverance. Students at Granby Elementary School selected at best representing that character trait were treated to a special breakfast with Principal Heather Perry. Over a meal of breakfast pizza, fruit cups, cereal and juice, Perry asked students if they(…)