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September 20, 2018

A Fulton Tradition Continues


FULTON, NY – A Fulton tradition continued on Labor Day when three churches, First United Church of Fulton, State Street United Methodist and Prince of Peace Lutheran gathered at the gazebo in downtown Fulton to celebrate the glory of Labor Day together.

Carol Dexter, Salvation Army volunteer of Fulton, presents a check for more than $300 to Major James Purvis, corps officer of the Oswego County Salvation Army. The money was received at the Labor Day gathering at the gazebo in Fulton of three churches, First United Church of Fulton, State Street United Methodist and Prince of Peace Lutheran.

Carol Dexter, Salvation Army volunteer of Fulton, presents a check for more than $300 to Major James Purvis, corps officer of the Oswego County Salvation Army. The money was received at the Labor Day gathering at the gazebo in Fulton of three churches, First United Church of Fulton, State Street United Methodist and Prince of Peace Lutheran.

An offering totaling $314.02 was received and was contributed to the Oswego County Salvation Army Corps to support its work with people in need throughout the county.

The gift was presented to Major James Purvis, corps officer, by Carol Dexter, long-time Salvation Army volunteer in Fulton, at a recent meeting of the County Advisory Board.

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