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Four seats are open on the Fulton City School District Board of Education. There are five candidates:
Incumbent Barbara Hubbard, Timothy Crandell, incumbent David Cordone, Pamela Parker and Robert Briggs.
The four persons receiving the most votes during the May 20 election will serve three-year terms beginning in July.
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Two final sign up events for the 2014 season have been announced by Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Director Derek Lyons.
Sign ups will be done from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday May 22 at Lanigan Elementary School and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. the same night at Granby Elementary School.
Lyons said Kiwanis Baseball will be heading in a new direction this season.
He and his group of supporters will be striving to turn its Kiwanis baseball and softball programs into more of a learning experience. Fulton varsity baseball and softball coaches will be used to help players learn the proper mechanics and throwing, catching, fielding and batting techniques.
Lyons said games will still be held but the program will focus more on skills development.
The 2014 Kiwanis Baseball Season will begin the week of June 30 and end the week of Aug. 4. Participants can expect activities two nights a week, which include a practice session of station work with varsity and junior varsity coaches.
Games will be played following the practice sessions and on another night of the week as well.
This season, Kiwanis will feature five different leagues. They are:
** T-Ball League (eligible to boys and girls ages 4-6)
** Grasshopper Minor League (coaches and umpires pitch in this league which is eligible to boys ages 7-9)
** Grasshopper Major League (eligible for boys ages 10-12).
** Girls Softball Minor, in which coaches and umpires pitch to girls ages 7-9
** Girls Softball Major, girls ages 10-12.
In terms of participation eligibility, the ages indicated are based on how old a player is on June 24.
By Rob Tetro
The Hannibal varsity softball team lost its last three games and now has a 0-9 record.
On May 5, Marcellus crushed Hannibal 24-0. Marcellus cruised past the Lady Warriors again May 6 by a score of 9-1. County foe Atlmar-Parish-Williamstown knocked off Hannibal 13-0 on May 7. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Phoenix varsity baseball team won two of its last three games to roll to an overall 8-3 record.
On May 5, the Firebirds beat Altmar-Parish-Williamstown 16-1. Phoenix came up short against Solvay 4-2 on May 7, while they rebounded May 8 to knock off Cazenovia 7-3 on May 8. Continue reading
He was born in Ithaca and lived most of his life in Hannibal. Alan attended Hannibal Schools and worked for Bauer Hockey in Liverpool for several years.
He loved to take long walks and go fishing.
Alan is survived by two sons, Michael Daghita of Hannibal and Bradley Daghita of Rome; his mother and step father, Beverly Daghita and Don Taylor of Hannibal; his father, Albert Daghita of Ithaca; one sister, Regina Margrey of New Haven; four brothers, Michael (Melanie) Daghita of Trumansburg, Dean (Linda) Daghita of Haymarket, VA, David (Jenny) Daghita of Australia and Ronald (Kim) Daghita of Kirkwood, NY; a close friend, Mark Digregorio as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Alan’s family wishes to thank the staff at Oswego County Hospice for the excellent care provided to Alan during his illness.
Calling hours are noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 17 (today) with services to follow at Foster Funeral Home, 837 Cayuga St., Hannibal. Burial will be in Fairdale Rural Cemetery, Hannibal.
Contributions in memory of Alan may be made to Friends of Oswego County Hospice, P.O. Box 102, Oswego, NY 13126.
A native of Amsterdam, he had resided in Johnstown, Phoenix and Fulton.
He retired after 36 years at General Electric Co. in Liverpool. Bob was a member of the Fulton Church of the Nazarene.
He served in the U.S. Army at the end of World War II from 1945 to 1947 and was a member of V.F.W. Post #569 in Fulton.
He was a former member of the Phoenix Lions Club and former assistant scout master of B.S.A. Troup #720 in Phoenix. Bob and his wife Mary were foster parents for more than 20 years.
Surviving are his wife, Mary Calderwood of Fulton; children, Paul (Kolin) Calderwood of Phoenix, Andrew (Laura) Calderwood of Liverpool and Tammy (William) Mehrtens of Lebanon, PA; grandchildren, Courtney, Paige, Ethan, Abigail and Bryce Calderwood, Leah and Nora Long and great-grandson, Carter Davidor.
Calling hours were Monday, May 12 at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton with services Tuesday, May 13 at the Church of the Nazarene, 910 Utica St., Fulton.
Burial will be at Mt. Adnah Cemetery in Fulton with full military honors.
Memorial gifts are encouraged to Another Level, 910 Utica St., Fulton, NY 13069.