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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.

Fulton Lions Club, Kathy’s Cakes Supports United Way’s ‘Stone Soup, Too!’ March 19

The Fulton Lions Club is supporting the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Fifth Annual Stone Soup, Too! lunch to benefit local food pantries with a donation of $500, it was announced by Fulton Club President, David Dingman.

The Fulton Lions Club is supporting the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Third Annual Stone Soup, Too! lunch to benefit local food pantries with a donation of $500. ! The event is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Tues., March 19 at Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton. The donation for lunch is $5 per person and soups will be provided by Blue Moon Grill, Mimi’s Drive-In and The Foursome Diner. Fulton Lions Club President David Dingman (center) joins Kathy Hotaling, (right) owner, Kathy’s Cakes and Specialty treats who is donating a large desert tray for the event. With them is Lois Luber, resource development director for the United Way of Greater Oswego County. For more information: 593-1900, ex. 203, or e-mail  loisunitedway@windstream.net.

The Fulton Lions Club is supporting the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Third Annual Stone Soup, Too! lunch to benefit local food pantries with a donation of $500. ! The event is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Tues., March 19 at Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton. The donation for lunch is $5 per person and soups will be provided by Blue Moon Grill, Mimi’s Drive-In and The Foursome Diner. Fulton Lions Club President David Dingman (center) joins Kathy Hotaling, (right) owner, Kathy’s Cakes and Specialty treats who is donating a large desert tray for the event. With them is Lois Luber, resource development director for the United Way of Greater Oswego County. For more information: 593-1900, ex. 203, or e-mail loisunitedway@windstream.net.

“Our club has supported this wonderful United Way program since it began,” Dingman said. “The event helps supply local food pantries throughout Oswego County, and Kathy’s Cakes and Specialty Treats has joined with us and many other local businesses to ensure that it is a success.”

Stone Soup, Too! is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., March 19 at Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton. The donation for lunch is $5 per person and soups will be provided by Blue Moon Grill, Tavern On The Lock, Mimi’s Drive-In and The Foursome Diner.

The Fulton club is one of the largest and most active in their district. Lions clubs are committed to sight and hearing preservation. The Fulton Lions Club, also known for their Lions Loot Sweepstakes and Labor Day Duck Derby, provides financial assistance for those in need of eyeglasses, eye exams and hearing aids to residents in the Greater Fulton area. For further information on Fulton Lions, visit  ” www.FultonLionsClub.org.

Other sponsors of the event include C’s Farms, Davis Brothers, Dunkin’ Donuts, Joe’s Corner Market, Holy Trinity Parish, Hudson’s Dairy, Price Chopper, Red Baron Pizza, Springside at Seneca Hill, Struppler’s Shur Fine Market, and Walmart-Fulton. For more information: 593-1900, ex. 203, or e-mail  loisunitedway@windstream.net

Less Than 400 Tickets Left For 10th Annual Lions Loot Sweepstakes

Less than 400 tickets remain for The Fulton Lions Club’s 10thannual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President David Dingman. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 21, 2012 at the Fulton Polish Home. First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000.

Less than 400 tickets remain for The Fulton Lions Club’s 10th annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes, it was announced by club President David Dingman. The event drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., Sun. Oct. 21, 2012 at the Fulton Polish Home. Nick Sterio of Oswego, (left), a 2011 winner, is congratulated by Fulton Lions Immediate Past President Jim Sokolowski.

“Our goal is to sell all 1,000 tickets by October,” Dingman 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 $7,000 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 Don LaBarge, 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, HSBC Fulton, PathFinder Bank-Fulton, Fulton Polish Home, Blue Moon Grill, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Family Chiropractic, Red Brick Pub, Tavern on the Lock, and Foster’s Funeral Home.

For more information, LaBarge can be contacted at (315) 374-1930 or at Fulton Lions Club, 610 State St., Fulton, NY  13069. For more information on the Fulton Lions Club, visit  http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/fultonny/index.php or visit the Fulton Lions Club page on Facebook®.

Fulton Lions’ 22nd Annual Duck Derby Launches Sept. 3

The 22nd Annual Fulton Lions Club Duck Derby splashes down from Noon to 5:00 p.m. Sept. 3 in the canal park behind Tavern on the Lock Restaurant, 24 S. First St., it was announced by David Dingman, club president.

“This year’s event features thousands of dollars in prizes and live entertainment by ‘The Fabulous Ripcords’ presented by The Red Brick Pub, and free face painting for kids,“ Dingman said. “First place wins  $2,000, sponsored by Fulton Medicine Place, and last place wins two season tickets to Syracuse University Football. The ducks ‘race’ at 4:00 p.m. in the Oswego River.

The 22nd Annual Fulton Lions Club Duck Derby splashes down from Noon to 5:00 p.m. Sept. 3 in the canal park behind Tavern on the Lock Restaurant, 24 S. First St., it was announced by David Dingman, club president. Fulton Lions Duck Derby Chairman Fred Aldrich (above) plucks the winning ducks from the Oswego River in the 2011 derby. Tickets are $5 each or six for $25 (one free ticket), Aldrich said. Tickets are available at Chirello Advertising, Fulton Medicine Place, Phoenix Medicine Place, the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce Fulton office, and from any Fulton Lions member.

“Other prizes include U. S. Savings Bonds or cash, and there are raffle drawings throughout the event for everything from restaurant gift certificates, to car care, to water park passes.”

Tickets are $5 each or six for $25 (one free ticket), said Fred Aldrich, event chairperson. Tickets are available at Chirello Advertising, Fulton Medicine Place, Phoenix Medicine Place, the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce Fulton office, and from any Fulton Lions member.

As many as 3,000 spectators have attended the event and all proceeds benefit the Fulton community through Lions club programs, Adrich said. Previous Duck Derbies have raised as much as $10,000.

The Fulton Lions Club is part of Lions Club International (LCI), which was founded by Melvin Jones in 1917. It is the largest service club in the world with over one million members in more than 170 countries. The Fulton club, with 50 members, is one of the largest and most active Lions clubs in Central New York.

Lions Clubs are committed to sight and hearing projects. Fulton Lions have joined with LCI to support Campaign Sight First II to help prevent blindness worldwide. Fulton Lions provides financial assistance for those in need of eyeglasses, eye exams and hearing aids. During the past year, Fulton Lions have paid for more than $7,000 in eye exams, hearing aids and eyeglasses for Fulton residents.

In addition, the Fulton club collects used eyeglasses for refurbishment and redistribution at Waby Opticians, Empire Vision Center, Wal-Mart, PathFinder Bank and The Medicine Place. The Fulton club also supports the Guiding Eyes

for the Blind program that trains Seeing Eye dogs for the blind, and the Finger Lakes Lions Hearing Foundation.

Anyone interested in membership in the Fulton Lions Club, or seeking more information can visit the club’s web site at www.fultonlionsclub.org. Correspondence can be mailed to Fulton Lions Club, c/o Steve Chirello, P.O. Box 727, Fulton, NY 13069.

Kathy’s Cakes, Fulton Lions Support ‘Stone Soup, Too!’

Kathy’s Cakes and Specialty Treats, and the Fulton Lions Club are supporting the Stone Soup Too luncheon to raise money and food donations for Oswego County food pantries. The event, organized by the United Way of Greater Oswego County, will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., March 20, at Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St. The United Way is accepting donations of $5 per person at the event. Kathy’s Cakes is donating dozens of scratch-baked cookies to the luncheon and the Fulton Lions Club has made a contribution of $500. Showing their support are, from left: Lois Luber, United Way; Brian Hotaling, Kathy’s Cakes; and Deana Michaels, Fulton Lions Club. For information, call 593-1900.

Volleyball Fundraiser A Success

I extend my sincerest thanks to everyone who helped make our second Annual Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament a success. The event raised some much needed funds for two of our most in-demand programs, our food pantry, which served more than 13,000 people and provided more than 77,000 meals last year and CYO, which offers a wide variety of recreational and educational programs for area youth including the popular mentoring program for elementary and high school students and the summer drop-in recreation program.

This event would not have been possible if not for the support we received from Jolene Bechtel of Alliance Bank and our official sponsors, Alliance Bank and Burritt Motors. I would also like to thank Lee Victory of Cheap Seats Bar & Grill for hosting the event and his generous donation to our agency and a very special thank you to all the players who participated in the tournament and the many friends of Catholic Charities who supported the event through their attendance.

The care and concern that you showed for your community through your support of Catholic Charities of Oswego County is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Mary-Margaret Pezzella-Pekow, executive director
Catholic Charities of Oswego County

Annual Oswego Industries Golf Open Raises $6,590

Submitted by Oswego Industries

Shirley Baker of Hannibal displays the gloves worn as the Disability Challenge for the 6th annual Oswego Industries, Inc. Golf Open.  Baker captained the tournament's winning team, Putt on the Ritz, sponsored by the Ritz Diner of Oswego.

Shirley Baker of Hannibal displays the gloves worn as the Disability Challenge for the 6th annual Oswego Industries, Inc. Golf Open. Baker captained the tournament's winning team, Putt on the Ritz, sponsored by the Ritz Diner of Oswego.

FULTON, NY – Oswego Industries, Inc. raised a net profit of $6,590 at its 6th Annual Oswego Industries, Inc. Golf Open, held June 24 at Battle Island Golf Course in Fulton. Funds raised will benefit rehabilitation programs at Oswego Industries, which has been providing services to individuals with disabilities in Oswego County since 1968. Players enjoyed themselves despite some rain that Friday morning, and tested themselves at the event’s signature “Disability Hole” challenge. Photos of the day can be seen at Oswego Industries, Inc.’s Facebook page.

This year’s challenge was for players to wear special gloves, which were modified with tongue depressors attached to the fingertips, while teeing off on the first hole. The contest was a playful reminder of the real fine motor challenges faced by many Oswego County citizens every day. Each year, players at the Disability Hole are required to tee off while simulating a disability. The challenge changes each year, and is a closely guarded secret up until the day of the tournament.

The winning team for this year’s tournament was “Putt on the Ritz,” captained by Shirley Baker of Hannibal. The prize for Last Place – also called the “Honesty Award” – was given to the team captained by Bob Padula of Empower Federal Credit Union, and his players Dave Gleason, Dick Ratowski and Bob Wierman. The Par 3 Poker prize was won by the Central Therapy team, captained by Jason Myers.

Winner of the Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive contests for the men was Jake Czyz, playing for the Novelis team. Winner of the Closest to the Pin contest for the women was Shirley Baker, and winner of the Longest Drive contest for the women was Judy Till of Fulton.

Oswego Industries, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit Community Rehabilitation Program which has been providing programs and services to adults with disabilities since 1968. Services include pre-vocational and vocational training, day habilitation services, and Medicaid Service Coordination. Its mission is to be a partner in the development of comprehensive community services designed to improve the quality of life for all people, with the primary emphasis on those with disabilities, by providing the necessary support programs to enable individuals to grow with dignity and achieve their highest level of independence and self-fulfillment. Most recently, the organization was named winner of the Chamber of Commerce Not-For-Profit of the Year Award for 2009. Its sister agency, ARC of Oswego County, provides services to children and seniors with disabilities: together creating a comprehensive support system for Oswego County residents with disabilities.

Alliance Bank To Sponsor Catholic Charities Volleyball Fundraiser

Written by John DeRousie, Custom Marketing Solutions
FULTON, NY – Alliance Bank served up some support for Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s Second Annual Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament Fundraiser as they have signed on as a major sponsor of the event.

Scheduled for Aug. 13 and 14, Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament serves as a fundraiser for the agency’s food pantry and CYO program.

Alliance Bank has signed on as a major sponsor for Catholic Charities’ Second Annual Co-ed Volleyball Tournament. From left are Jolene Bechtel of Alliance Bank; Gail Cooper, tournament chair; and Barbara Bateman, senior vice president, regional executive with Alliance Bank.

Alliance Bank has signed on as a major sponsor for Catholic Charities’ Second Annual Co-ed Volleyball Tournament. From left are Jolene Bechtel of Alliance Bank; Gail Cooper, tournament chair; and Barbara Bateman, senior vice president, regional executive with Alliance Bank.

“We are happy to once again welcome Alliance Bank as a major sponsor of our Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament. In addition to their monetary support, Jolene Bechtel of Alliance Bank has donated her time and talents as a committee member for the event and has been actively involved in the planning and preparation for this fundraiser,” said Executive Director of Catholic Charities of Oswego County, Mary-Margaret Pezzella-Pekow.

Committee members are looking forward to a full slate of teams and plenty of spectators as all proceeds from the event will benefit two of Catholic Charities’ most accessed programs, the food pantry and CYO.

Last year, Catholic Charities’ food pantry served more than 13,000 people and provided more than 77,000 meals to families in need in Oswego County.

The CYO program, which is more popular than ever with area youth, offers a wide variety of recreational and educational programs including a mentoring program for elementary and high school students.

This year’s tournament has expanded to a two-day event and features a round-robin format that will allow for more teams and more games for each team.

Beginning each day at 10 a.m. the event will be hosted by Cheap Seats Sports Bar & Grille, 6 Hillside Ave. and will pit 12 teams, 6 players per team, in a round-robin tournament with the opportunity to win prizes of $250 for first place and $150 for second place.

To add to the fun there will also be a bag auction and a 50 / 50 drawing.

In addition, Lee Victory, owner of Cheap Seats, will also donate 20 % of all food and beverage sales during both days of the tournament to Catholic Charities of Oswego County.

Pezzella-Pekow is pleased with the level of support the event has received to date and is looking forward to the tournament.

“Thanks to our major sponsors, Alliance Bank, Burritt Motors, and Cheap Seats Sports Bar & Grille we have been able to expand our tournament and offer two days of fun and friendly competition for a good cause. With the increasing demand we are experiencing at our food pantry and the budget cuts that have placed our CYO program in jeopardy, we are hoping that this fundraiser will help provide much needed support for these programs. I invite the community to join us for our second annual Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament. Whether you’re a player or a spectator, you’re sure to have a great time!”

For more information or to register a team, call Gail Cooper at Catholic Charities of Oswego County, 315-589-3980, ext. 225.

Registration fee is $150 per team.

Leighton Playground Fundraiser In Full Swing

OSWEGO, NY – On June 4 at Breitbeck Pavilion the Leighton Home and School Association will hold a community yard sale from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Top from left, Pamela Dowd, president HAS; Judy Kenefic, chair playground committee; Margie Clark, playground committee member. In front from left Gretchen Dowd, Robert Fisher Clark, Tristan Robert Clark, Gillian Clark, Zoe Clark and Kelly, Mike Goldych's lhasa apso.

Top from left, Pamela Dowd, president HAS; Judy Kenefic, chair playground committee; Margie Clark, playground committee member. In front from left Gretchen Dowd, Robert Fisher Clark, Tristan Robert Clark, Gillian Clark, Zoe Clark and Kelly, Mike Goldych's lhasa apso.

Anyone interested in donating items for the effort can call Beth Clark at 216-4992 for drop-off/pick-up information or rent their own table under the pavilion for $8.

There will also be a bottle and can drive – drop off, along with a tax deductible electronic recycling fundraiser taking place as well.

Cell phones, inkjet printer cartridges (no toner please), laptop and notebook computers, iPads and tablets, gold, silver, platinum jewelry, Apple iPods and MP3 players, digital SLR cameras and lenses, digital cameras, digital video cameras, portable GPS units, radar detectors, E-book readers, mobile hot spots and WiFi devices, 4G USB Air Cards, handheld game systems (PSP, Nintendo DS etc), game consoles (Nintendo Wii, PS3, Xbox etc.) Range Finders and sky caddies and TI graphing calculators will be collected.

Take-out chicken barbecue will be held from noon – 3 p.m., for $8 per dinner that includes Gibby’s famous half chicken, salt potatoes, baked beans and a roll.

Pre-sale tickets are available; contact Pam Dowd at 343-3650, Margie Clark at 343-1998, Judi Kenefic at 343-3764, Kelly Griffin at 343-1864 or Beth Clark at 216-4992.

Group deliveries within city limits are available and arranged at time of pre-sale.

Bring some smiles – bring some swings – cause a change in the community!

Fulton Lions’ Annual Breakfast April 10, Also Collecting Eyeglasses, Cell Phones, Hearing Aids

The Fulton Lions Club will hold its annual All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday April 10, at the Fulton Polish Home, it was announced by club President, Fred Aldrich. The club will also be collecting eyeglasses, cell phones and hearing aids at the event.

The Fulton Lions Club will hold its annual All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday April 10, at the Fulton Polish Home, it was announced by club President, Fred Aldrich. The club will also be collecting eyeglasses, cell phones and hearing aids at the event. Fulton Lions (from left): Frank Badagnani, Paul Foster and Charles McIntyre cook up pancakes, eggs and home fries at last year’s breakfast. Proceeds from this annual event will help the club provide eye examinations, eyeglasses and hearing aids to residents in the Greater Fulton area. For more information on the event or becoming a member, www.fultonlionsclub.org or call Lion Steve Chirello at (315) 592-9778.

“In addition to the best pancakes and scrambled eggs anywhere, we’re offering apple and cherry fruit toppings; plus fresh, hot griddled home fries,” Aldrich said. “The community always turns out in a big way to support this event, and we’re asking them to remember to bring in used eyeglasses, cell phones and hearing aids so we can recycle them for re-use.

“It’s important to note that the breakfast is not on Palm Sunday, when we have held it in the past, but the Sunday before.

Breakfast chairman Lion David Dingman said “Because of the favorable response we received from diners last year, we will again offer fresh, grilled breakfast sausage instead of pre-cooked brown ‘n’ serve sausage. There will also be a 50-50 cash drawing at 1 p.m. and additional information on how the Fulton Lions Club serves the Fulton community,” Dingman said.

Several local businesses are also supporting the event with donations from Dunkin’ Donuts, Stewarts Shops in Minetto, PathFinder Bank, Burke’s Home Center, Waby Opticians, Fulton Walmart, and Rowlee Construction.

Jennifer Brown of Fulton, left, and daughters Kathryn (center), and Campbell enjoy their morning meal at the 2010 Fulton Lions Club All-You-Can-Eat breakfast.

Tickets, available at the door, are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, $3.50 for children aged 5 – 12, and free for children under 5.

For more information on the event or becoming a member, visit   www.fultonlionsclub.org or call Lion Steve Chirello at (315) 592-9778.

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