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Advance Sale Tickets Available For Fulton Lions Feb. 9 BBQ To Benefit Dowd Memorial Scholarship

 The Fulton Lions Club has announced that they will be hosting their eighth annual chicken BBQ, Sun. Feb. 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fulton Polish Home to benefit the club’s Mary and Harold “H” Dowd Memorial Scholarship, said Don LaBarge, Fulton Lions president.

“This year, the $8 tickets may be purchased in advance, “ LaBarge said. “All tickets purchased before Jan. 9, 2014 will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Struppler’s Market gift card, or a Struppler’s $50 Valero gas card. Dowd  BBQ Chairman Ken Ruscitto is selling the advance tickets and he can be reached at 427-1629.

Chicken dinner tickets may also be purchased for $8 at the door for take-out, Ruscitto said. Local delivery of 5 or more dinners may be pre-arranged by contacting any Lions Club member in advance of the event or by calling Ruscitto at 427-1629 on the day of the event. In addition, there will be a 50-50 drawing that day.

The Fulton Lions Club has announced that they will be hosting its eighth annual chicken BBQ, Sun. Feb. 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fulton Polish Home to benefit the club’s Mary and Harold “H” Dowd Memorial Scholarship, said Don LaBarge, Fulton Lions president.  “This year, the $8 tickets may be purchased in advance, “ Dingman said. “All tickets purchased before Jan. 9, 2014 will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Struppler’s Market gift card, or a Struppler’s $50 Valero gas card. Dowd  BBQ Chairman Ken Ruscitto is selling the advance tickets and he can be reached at 427-1629.Above, Fulton Lions Past President Len Kellogg (left) and Ruscitto prepare chickens for cooking.

The Fulton Lions Club has announced that they will be hosting its eighth annual chicken BBQ, Sun. Feb. 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fulton Polish Home to benefit the club’s Mary and Harold “H” Dowd Memorial Scholarship, said Don LaBarge, Fulton Lions president. “This year, the $8 tickets may be purchased in advance, “ Dingman said. “All tickets purchased before Jan. 9, 2014 will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Struppler’s Market gift card, or a Struppler’s $50 Valero gas card. Dowd BBQ Chairman Ken Ruscitto is selling the advance tickets and he can be reached at 427-1629.Above, Fulton Lions Past President Len Kellogg (left) and Ruscitto prepare chickens for cooking.

The chicken, as last year, will be barbequed by Jim Aluzzi of Kristen’s Kitchen & Catering, Fulton, who is donating his time and equipment. Each dinner features BBQ chicken, baked beans, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, and dessert.  “We also want to thank Chris Satchel and Mimi’s Drive–in for donating macaroni salad to our event,” said Lion Charles McIntyre, event co-chair.

“Harold ‘H’ Dowd was a member of the Fulton Lions Club for more than 40 years,” LaBarge said. “ He served both our club and our community with dedication, selflessness and good humor. Mary Dowd was an honorary Fulton Lions Club member who always opened her home to the club and to foreign exchange students for years. The Fulton Lions have established a scholarship for a graduating Fulton high school student in their name to be awarded on a yearly basis.”

For more information, contact Ruscitto at 427-1629. For more information on the Fulton Lions Club or membership with the club, visit: www. http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php.

Limited Number of Tickets Still Available For 11th Annual Lions Loot Sweepstakes

There’s still time to purchase tickets for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. The event drawings are scheduled for 4 p.m., Oct. 20 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000.

Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, Devine Designs, PathFinder Bank-Fulton, Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, Fulton office of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, or any Fulton Lions member.

“Each ticket purchased allows two adults to attend the drawing and enjoy food, drink, and entertainment the day of the drawing. Folks shouldn’t hesitate to give me a call at 374-1930 if they want tickets or have questions.

There’s still time to purchase tickets for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. Fulton Lions Robert Reynolds and Michelle Stanard (above), sell chances for the lucky “number 1000” ticket at the 2012 Lions Loot. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 20, 2013 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000. Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, PathFinder Bank-Fulton,  Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, or any Fulton Lions member. For more information, Michaels can be contacted at (315) 729-3485.

There’s still time to purchase tickets for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. Fulton Lions Robert Reynolds and Michelle Stanard (above), sell chances for the lucky “number 1000” ticket at the 2012 Lions Loot. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 20, 2013 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000. Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, PathFinder Bank-Fulton,
Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, or any Fulton Lions member. For more information, Michaels can be contacted at (315) 729-3485.

“Our goal is to sell all 1,000 tickets by before Oct. 20,” LaBarge said. “We’re hoping folks will grab this opportunity to purchase the remaining ticket for this event which helps us help many Fulton area residents with eye examinations, eyeglasses and hearing aids. Donations for each ticket are still $50 for adults aged 18 or older. This year alone, our club as provided more than $8,000 to help the hearing and vision impaired.

“We also wanted to remind participants that more than one name may be on a ticket. In addition, requests for a special number will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, and that you need not be present to win.

“Every ticket sold will be in the drum for every drawing and you can win more than once, LaBarge said. “Taxes are the responsibility of the winner.”

For more information, LaBarge can be contacted at 374-1930. For more information on the Fulton Lions Club, visit http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php.

Final ‘Early Bird’ Drawing Aug. 8 For ‘Lions Loot Sweepstakes’

There’s still time to be entered in the final Aug. 8 Early Bird drawing for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. Any ticket purchased up to Aug. 7 will be entered in the Early Bird where five $100 winners will be drawn. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 20, 2013 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000.

There’s still time to be entered in the final Aug. 8 Early Bird drawing for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. Any ticket purchased up to Aug. 7 will be entered in the Early Bird where five $100 winners will be drawn. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 20, 2013 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000. Above are Kevin Michaels, Lions Loot chair, and Diane Sokolowski, Lions Loot committee. Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, PathFinder Bank-Fulton, Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, or any Fulton Lions member. For more information, Michaels can be contacted at (315) 729-3485.

There’s still time to be entered in the final Aug. 8 Early Bird drawing for The Fulton Lions Club’s 11th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President Don LaBarge. Any ticket purchased up to Aug. 7 will be entered in the Early Bird where five $100 winners will be drawn. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 20, 2013 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000. Above are Kevin Michaels, Lions Loot chair, and Diane Sokolowski, Lions Loot committee. Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, PathFinder Bank-Fulton, Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, or any Fulton Lions member. For more information, Michaels can be contacted at (315) 729-3485.

“Our goal is to sell all 1,000 tickets by October,” LaBarge said. “We’re hoping folks will grab this opportunity to purchase the remaining tickets for this event which helps us help many Fulton area residents with eye examinations, eye glasses and hearing aids. Donations for each ticket are still $50 for adults aged 18 or older. This year alone, our club as provided more than $5,000 to help the hearing and vision impaired.

“We also wanted to remind participants that more than one name may be on a ticket. In addition, requests for a special number will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, and that you need not be present to win.

“Every ticket sold will be in the drum for every drawing and you can win more than once, said Kevin Michaels, event chairman. “Taxes are the responsibility of the winner.

“Each ticket purchased allows two adults to attend the drawing and enjoy food, drink, and entertainment the day of the drawing.  To give yourself the best chance of reserving your lucky numbers and winning an Early Bird drawing, we urge you to return your applications as soon as possible.”

Ticket applications are available at Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, Chirello Advertising, Devine Designs, PathFinder Bank-Fulton, Lakeview Lanes, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, Fulton office  of the Greater Oswego/Fulton Chamber of Commerce, or any Fulton Lions member.

            For more information, Michaels can be contacted at (315) 729-3485 or at Fulton Lions Club Lions Loot, 212 S. 5th St., Fulton, NY  13069. For more information on the Fulton Lions Club, visit http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php.

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