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Fulton Five-Year-Old Boosts Library Building Blocks

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When a five-year-old Fulton boy wanted to help the library he loves, his budding entrepreneurial spirit inspired him to do what kids can do when they want to fund a project – he offered to open a lemonade stand. Declan Nickerson approached Fulton Public Library children’s coordinator Janelle Wallace with his idea. “I was touched when Declan came to me with the idea of a lemonade stand and his desire to give the money to the library,” Wallace said.

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Donald ‘Fitz’ French, 59

Donald “Fitz” French, 59, of Granby, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and friends on Thursday August 21, 2014.

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Sylvester B. Bentley, 67

Sylvester B. Bentley, 67, of Fulton, died Friday August 22, 2014, at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, after a long illness.

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HIT MASH Camp Spend Day at Oswego Hospital’s IS&T Department

Area high school students had the opportunity to learn more about the emerging field of health information technology at Oswego Hospital during a recent HIT MASH Camp. The program, hosted at SUNY Oswego, included a day spent at Oswego Hospital where the students were introduced to health information technology (HIT) careers within the health system.

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Fulton Community Schools Host Kickoff Carnival

The Fulton City School District and its Community Schools Initiative Grant Partners hosted a Community School Kickoff Carnival August 19 at the Fulton Junior High School.

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Ritchie Announces $200,000 For Dredging Of Lake Neatahwanta

State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced she has secured $200,000 in special funding to help the city of Fulton and the town of Granby in their work to dredge Lake Neatahwanta and ultimately make the body of water usable again. This most recent support, which comes just days before dredging is slated to begin, builds upon $200,000 secured last year by Senator Ritchie; bringing the two year total to $400,000.

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