All the way from Valencia, Spain, the Divisi Children’s Choir performed at Fulton Alliance Church on Tuesday night. The choir is currently touring through Washington DC, New York City and Boston, but made sure to pay a visit to Fulton. Two of the choralists, Sofia and Raquel Genoves, are daughters of a former Fulton resident, Renee Rice. Their grandparents, Richard and Joyce Rice, still live in Fulton.
Anne Marie and Dave Lepage were recognized for their contributions to the community during the event that drew a huge crowd to the Granby Community Center. “We aren’t the citizens of the year,” said Anne Marie. “The first responders are citizens of the year; the firemen, the police and paramedics.”
Cars lined the grass in front of Sweet Inspirations in Fulton on Wednesday night and the tradition of Drive-in night lives on. People come from all over Oswego County and even outside the county to share stories and take a look at one another’s cars. Drive-In night at Sweets hosts all different makes, models, and years of cars. Many owners were getting ready to show cars at the Syracuse Nationals this weekend.
“Construction on the north side is on schedule,” Gene Cilento of NYS DOT told Oswego County Today. “Nightly work is being done to replace steel. The process then follows what happened during the first phase – deck pan installation, the reinforcing steel bars get placed and then the deck is poured and cured. At the moment, it looks as if the project will go over another winter with completion in early/mid 2014 – June or July.”
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? The town of Granby will be hosting its Family Fun Day at the Granby Community Center on July 20 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. “It’s a good day for people to come and enjoy themselves,” said Granby Supervisor Ed Williamson.
As of July 11, anyone seeking to run for a seat on the county legislature needed to have his or her petitions filed with the Oswego County Board of Elections. In order to be put on the ballot for the primary elections, petitioners needed signatures comprising 5% of the total registered voters in his or her party.
The district plans to use some of the funds to bring a teacher back to full-time. That will allow Hannibal to be able to provide AIS services at the high school for English which they currently don’t have, the superintendent said.