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Lakeview Lanes, Artists Team Up

FULTON, NY – Lakeview Lanes of 723 West Broadway, Fulton, has teamed up with artists from CNY Arts Center for the finishing touches on their new attraction, an 18-hole miniature golf course, (with ice cream of course).

Water falls and fountains lead to a wishing well at Lakeview Lanes new 18 hole mini golf course in Fulton. Proceeds from the wishing well will be donated to support CNY Arts Center Art Camp. For more information about the arts organization, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com
Water falls and fountains lead to a wishing well at Lakeview Lanes new 18 hole mini golf course in Fulton. Proceeds from the wishing well will be donated to support CNY Arts Center Art Camp. For more information about the arts organization, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com

The golf course features a beautiful fountain and water fall leading to a wishing well.  Michael Tryniski, owner of Lakeview Lanes and the Mini Golf course is donating the proceeds of the wishing well to the CNY Arts Center in return for artists from CNY Arts Center creating the signs for the golf course.

The CNY Arts Center is a non-profit organization providing arts programming for all ages, and all forms of art, from theater, dance, writing, visual arts and much more.

The proceeds of the wishing well will be collected and contributed to the Arty Day Camp program to provide sponsorships for children to attend the week long arts camp.

The next session of Arty Day Camp, open to children from ages 5 to 18, runs August 20-24.

Colorful signs guide golfers around the new 18 hole mini-golf course at Lakeview Lanes in Fulton. Proceeds from the wishing well will be donated to support CNY Arts Center Art Camp. For more information about the arts organization, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com
Colorful signs guide golfers around the new 18 hole mini-golf course at Lakeview Lanes in Fulton. Proceeds from the wishing well will be donated to support CNY Arts Center Art Camp. For more information about the arts organization, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com

Children choose a week of lessons from dance, writing, theater or art for morning classes.  Lunch and afternoon art projects are also provided.

“What a great opportunity for children of all ages to discover their artistic ability,” said Bonnie McClellan, Camp Director. “We are very grateful the wishing well proceeds will be set aside for Arty Day Camp. Both the Arts Center and the new mini golf course are a great asset to the quality of life for the region.”

For more information about Arty Day Camp or the organization, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com