Another opening, another show with the debut of “Charlotte’s Web,” 7 p.m. this Friday, Aug.16, followed by 2 p.m. matinees on Aug. 17 and Aug. 18. Not only is this a debut for “Charlotte’s Web” on our stage, it is the debut of more than 20 children who have never experienced the thrill and terror(…)
The price for breakfast and lunch will go up by 10 cents at Hannibal schools this fall. The Hannibal board of education approved the increase at its July 10 meeting, according to the meeting minutes posted online. The price for breakfast for all grades will rise to $1.25. The price for lunch for grades kindergarten(…)
The Oswego Valley ATV Club will host a best hand ride Aug. 24. The event will be open to the public. Only all terrain vehicles will be allowed on trails. They must be registered and insured. Those who don’t have an ATV can participate taking a ride in their car to the ATV stops. Registration(…)
Oswego County students in need of school supplies will find it easier to get ready for school thanks to the United Way Stuff-A-Bus campaign. The Stuff-A-Bus campaign, which began this past spring, was initiated to collect donations so that children in need throughout Oswego County would have the supplies they need to begin the new(…)
The Friends of History in Fulton will host the third Hunter Arms Homecoming Aug. 23 through 25. The event will feature a display of Hunter Arms memorabilia and L.C. Smith double-barrel shotguns. A competitive three-event shoot consisting of trap, skeet and five stand will take place at Pathfinder Fish & Game Club. Members of the(…)
A group of 9-year-old to 12-year-old youths from New York City will travel to Central New York later this month, around Aug. 20, for a one-week to 10-day visit. Families and individuals are being sought as hosts. Call 1-800-367-0003 for information.
By Tracy Kinne There are a lot of bugs in the Fulton area, but the people, especially Kathy Froio, are very nice. That’s according to Adara Johnson, 14, of Brooklyn, who has been spending part of every summer with Froio, whom she calls “Mimi,” for the past five years. Johnson is among 30 New York(…)
Fulton native raises awareness, funds for cancer research with 353-mile run. By Ashley M. Casey Benjamin Hall is running for his life – and others’, too. Hall, a Fulton native who now hails from Manchester, Md., is raising awareness and money for the American Cancer Society with a 353-mile run from Maryland to Fulton. Hall(…)