The Fulton Lions Club recently received a donation from the Friends of Voorhees Park toward ongoing improvement projects that the Lions club has committed to at the park.
Oswego natives Natasha Mezza and Nora Culeton have joined Step One Creative as summer marketing communications interns, according Shane Stepien, president of the agency.
Forks in the Road II Small town lives and lessons, is the second book in a series featuring 28 short biographical essays about several Oswego area and related leading community lights, and just plain ordinary people, whose lives are celebrated in a hagiographic paen to all that is best about life in a small town.
Did you ever think that the world be a better place if dogs were in charge? Well, the 2018 Harborfest Children’s Musical “Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids,” takes a look at life from a dog’s point of view. In this upside down world the dogs, Pongo and Perdita, consider their human owners to be their pets.
At its annual meeting in June, Operation Oswego County presented its 2018 Dee Heckethorn Entrepreneur Award to Dr. Padma Ram.
The Pulaski Historical Society will hold the August Brown Bag Lunch on August 8 from11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Carriage House at the Museum. Bring your lunch (it doesn’t have to be in a Brown Bag) and learn a little more of our local history. Terry Rossman will tell you about Pulaski’s Militia in the War of 1812 and the Battle of Sackets Harbor.
The Fulton Jazz Festival returns to its roots for the tenth anniversary. “On our tenth anniversary, we’re returning to where it all began: riverside in Fulton’s beautiful Lock 3 Canal Park and marina,” said Joe Cortini, jazz festival president. “It’s the perfect setting, right on the river by the Oneida Street bridge and Tavern on the Lock Restaurant.”
Serving as a sprint sponsorship for Oswego Health Foundation’s upcoming 5K Run For Your Health event on August 11 is Pathfinder Bank. The 3.1-mile race starts at 8:30 a.m. and is being held on the campus of Seneca Hill, located between Fulton and Oswego, off County Route 57 on Route 45A.
Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke hosts the next in its monthly “Learn and Lunch” events on July 26 from noon to 1:30 p.m. “Learn and Lunch” features a half hour educational program followed by a free lunch that includes soup, salad and dessert served in the Grand Dining Room.
At a recent Fulton Sunrise Rotary meeting, Rotarian Betty Maute introduced her sister-in-law, Lillie Ghidiu, who brought Christmas in July to Sunrise Rotary. Both are members of the Golden Glow of Christmas Past, an organization that collects vintage Christmas lights, ornaments, and