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September 20, 2018



Menter Ambulance Plans for Expansion

A long standing Fulton business is set to nearly triple its size with a building expansion. Menter Ambulance Services has bought or acquired several properties adjacent to the Fulton central headquarters location at 404 Ontario St. The building, currently 5,600 sq. ft., will nearly triple in size to accommodate staff and equipment having doubled since 2013.

Catholic Charities Celebrates CYO Expansion

Board members and staff of Catholic Charities of Oswego County welcome members of the Fulton Noontime Rotary Club and representatives from the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce for the opening of the CYO Program’s new computer / game room. In the front from left are: Matthew West of the chamber; President of the Fulton Noontime Rotary Club and Pastor of the Church of the Nazarene in Fulton, Dave Cramer; Executive Director of Catholic Charities of Oswego County, Mary-Margaret Pezzella-Pekow; CYO Director, Jim Smiley; Holly Carpenter, representing Senator Patty Ritchie; Executive Director of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, Beth Hilton; and chamber board member, Linda Thomas-Caster of Partners In Integrity Realty. In back from left are Rotary members, Jerry Seguin, director of operations for the Fulton City School District; Bill Lynch, superintendent of the Fulton City School District; chamber board president, Tom Greco of Fulton Savings Bank; and chamber members Sandy Farrands, Morgan Burnell and Diane Burnell of Realty USA.

Thanks to the efforts of the Fulton Noontime Rotary Club, the CYO program now has a new computer / game room where youth can use one of the several computers, enjoy board games and card games, or just spend time visiting and making new friends.

Board Updated On School Construction Work

The OHS cafeteria and kitchen should be ready to go on opening day of the new school year. Work on other schools is also coming along well, according to the project manager. They are even looking to eliminate the water problem at Fitzhugh Park Elementary once and for all.