Hannibal’s Fairley Elementary School was the place to be in late May as first-grade teaching team Tammy Griffin, MaryJo Griffiths, Telia Tamayo, Lynn Bullard, Jennifer Bartlett and Rhonda Koskowski hosted a learning showcase starring all the hard-working first-graders. Continue reading →
Hannibal High School’s Senior Band Concert will be held Tuesday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.
The senior send-off concert is a bid farewell to graduating seniors and foreign exchange students. The concert showcases student’s musical development that’s happened throughout the course of the year. Select students will also be awarded medals for solos and All-County. Continue reading →
I hadn’t until last week when Jean Derby called me and told me that one was going to be presented to a special somebody in Hannibal…but it was a secret and I was not to tell.
Well the secret’s out, so now I can tell. The recipient of the Quilt of Valor is the Rev. Moritz Fuchs, Fulton native and a dear man, dear to the hearts of many throughout Central New York and especially to those parishioners of Our Lady of the Rosary in Hannibal. Continue reading →
The Hawks R/C Junior Aviators are beginning their 13th summer flying season this year teaching kids and young adults how to fly Radio Control model aircraft.
The Hawks program is provided free of charge to local youth in the greater Oswego County area.
The Hawks program is a nonprofit 501(c) 3, youth oriented, light training program located in Fulton. Flight training takes place during June, July and August at the Oswego Valley Modelaires R/C flying club field Tuesday evenings. The field is located behind the Don Butler soccer fields off Chase Road in Fulton.
Groups also meet from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays at the Radio Aero Modelers of Pulaski.
For more information, go to Facebook “hawks junior aviators,” call Marty at 635-1389 or call Tim at 806-7001. To sign up, call Tim or visit either field.
Nominations are due July 10 for this year’s Amelia Earhart Woman of Achievement award.
For the past 30 years, the Zonta Club of Oswego has recognized women whose hard work and dedication have made a difference in the lives of families in our community.
Amelia Earhart was a member of Zonta International. This award honors a woman whose community service has positively impacted Oswego County.
Applications can be found on the Zonta Club of Oswego’s Facebook page or by contacting Inga Back at 343-8733 or email@example.com