My mother always kept good track of us when we were kids. There wasn’t much traffic on our street and she didn’t mind us playing in the street using the paved road for games of touch football in the fall, and our version of hockey without skates during the winter months.
Since we, along with our neighborhood friends, played outside most of the time, she gave us a free hand – but there were rules.
She didn’t want us to play too close to the corners of the street where the drivers might not see us right away. “Let me know if you are going off the street,” she said. “Stay out of the neighbors’ yards,” “Don’t be sassy to the neighbors,” and “Don’t do a lot of screaming,” she would tell us.
We owned the best yard on the street to play in. “Just keep your stuff picked up,” she would say.
The Fulton Bantam hockey team was named Snowbelt League champions after it won its division in the JAM tournament.
Anton Porcari, Caleb Zehr, Evan Beckwith and Cameron Clarke achieved playmakers during the tournament while Austin Beckwith scored a hat trick.
Fulton 8, Salmon River 0: Raider Austin Beckwith opened scoring early in the first period, accepting a pass in front of the net from Evan Beckwith.
Fulton’s Ben Nelson netted one, William Fruce assisting, before Clarke scored on a slap shot, thanks to a passing play between Evan Beckwith and Porcari.
In period two, Porcari sent a cross-ice pass to Carr who skated it in to score. Austin Beckwith flipped the puck in over the goalie’s shoulder, Clarke and Evan Beckwith assisting, to close the period. Clarke opened the third period accepting a pass from Michael Welch and netting a slap shot.
Talented young people prevailed this past week on stage with the production of “Damn Yankees” by the Quirk Players.
Counting the 23 cast members, 38 in the ensemble, 19 in the orchestra, a production staff of over 100 individuals — including students, teachers, parents, technicians, sponsors and friends of the theater — all played an integral part in a most successful production.
The audience at the Saturday matinee that we attended with our seven-year-old grandson Kaden was most receptive to the dialogue, songs and dances done so well.
Anderson David Monty, 83, of Fulton, died Monday, March 12, 2012 at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, Syracuse.
Mr. Monty was born in Mariah, N.Y. to the late Anderson J. and Mildred (LaRock) Monty. He has been a resident of Fulton since 2000. Mr. Monty retired from OCRA, Onondaga County after 11 years of service.
He was pre-deceased by his wife, Florence Monty, who died in October 2009, and his sons, Michael Monty in September 2009 and Richard Monty in April 1984.