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When I attended friend Tucker’s birthday party, just as I had predicted in the letter that I presented him with at his party and reprinted here last week, there were many other stories being told, and a lot of “Do you remember the time. . . .?” queries being exchanged. Continue reading

Oswego students honored in county writing contest

Kingsford Park Elementary students  who earned awards in the annual Reading Council Writing Contest included (in front left to right) Cammi Ahern, Olivia Day, Marisa Wallace, Michael Fierro, Jade Bauer, Rylan Dann and Devon Tonkin while in back are teacher Christine Castiglia, Joah Defren, Henry Sweeney, Bella Rando, Emma Searor, Marcus Baker, Joshua Elia and Allison Van Brocklin.
Kingsford Park Elementary students who earned awards in the annual Reading Council Writing Contest included (in front left to right) Cammi Ahern, Olivia Day, Marisa Wallace, Michael Fierro, Jade Bauer, Rylan Dann and Devon Tonkin while in back are teacher Christine Castiglia, Joah Defren, Henry Sweeney, Bella Rando, Emma Searor, Marcus Baker, Joshua Elia and Allison Van Brocklin.

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Oswego City School District students were recognized in the 26th Oswego County Reading Council Writing Contest. Continue reading

LaBoda joins Sunrise Rotary

Lennie LaBoda was recently inducted as the newest member of the Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club.  LaBoda is retired from First Niagara Bank. Pictured are President Dennis Goss, LaBoda, and fellow Rotarian and sponsor, Peggy Donnelly. The Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. every Friday at Fulton’s Riverside Inn.
Lennie LaBoda was recently inducted as the newest member of the Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club. LaBoda is retired from First Niagara Bank. Pictured are President Dennis Goss, LaBoda, and fellow Rotarian and sponsor, Peggy Donnelly. The Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. every Friday at Fulton’s Riverside Inn.

‘Great Rope’ play to be performed Aug. 2

Cast, crew and sponsors gather for this shot of the Great Rope, built by production manager Mary Kay Stone, to be used in the telling of the 200-year-old historic event. The Great Rope play, written by the late Rosemary Nesbitt, is based on a true story and will be presented in one performance only, at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2 on the Fort Ontario Parade Grounds. Audiences are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Rain date is Aug. 3. Tickets are available at river’s end bookstore, Man in the Moon Candies, Arts in the HeART Gallery in Fulton, H. Lee White Marine Museum and Fort Ontario Historic Site. For more information, visit www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.fortontario.com or www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 592-3373.
Cast, crew and sponsors gather for this shot of the Great Rope, built by production manager Mary Kay Stone, to be used in the telling of the 200-year-old historic event. The Great Rope play, written by the late Rosemary Nesbitt, is based on a true story and will be presented in one performance only, at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2 on the Fort Ontario Parade Grounds. Audiences are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Rain date is Aug. 3. Tickets are available at river’s end bookstore, Man in the Moon Candies, Arts in the HeART Gallery in Fulton, H. Lee White Marine Museum and Fort Ontario Historic Site. For more information, visit www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.fortontario.com or www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 592-3373.

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