That collective commitment and its subsequent follow-through will help reduce the district’s rate of chronic absenteeism, which is defined as a student missing 10 percent or more of school days – excused or unexcused.
At the Fulton Family YMCA we believe in strengthen young girls to impact the world around them. We want to empower young girls to explore their unique talents and interests, to build strong friendships and to realize the potential in themselves and those around them. That is why the Fulton Family YMCA and the Fulton Junior High School are teaming up to offer the Girl Rock program right at the school.
The Fulton Veterans’ Council will host a POW/MIA 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21. The ceremony takes place in Veterans’ Park, across from Fulton City Hall on South First Street.
I just adopted a cat, Cuddles, from a neighbor who had found her under their porch. She was thin but very pretty, so I took her to the vet and had her checked out and vaccinated and all that. I had a hard time catching her under the porch, but I figured she was just scared and would settle in. Boy is she misnamed.
Oswego Health presented a custom-crafted trophy to the winners of its company competition division of the recent Oswego Health Foundation Run For Your Health 5K event held on the Seneca Hill campus.
The Oswego Children’s Theater will host auditions for this year’s holiday production on September 27 from 6 until 8 p.m. at the home of the Mosher family, 151 E. Seneca St., Oswego.
Changes in accessing the Oswego Public Library’s WiFi will be effective September 24. Please call the library with any questions.
Oswego County Opportunities recently recognized two longtime employees for 20 years of loyal service to OCO Education Services and its consumers.
Jim Rice, chairman of the Fulton Democratic Committee and other members, would like to invite the public to a Meet and Greet with Scott DelConte running for State Supreme Court and Gail Tosh running for State Assembly.
On Friday, October 5, youth ages 7-12 can be dropped off at 7 p.m. for an overnight of fun activities. Youth will be engaged in activities all night long including late night swimming, gym time, glow in the dark games, movies on a big screen, dinner, snacks and more.