Thank you for cleaning Fulton’s parks

As a member of the city of Fulton Recreation Committee, I want to thank two organizations for their volunteering to provide cleanup and maintenance of our city parks.

Over the years, the Fulton Lions Club has worked at C.V. Abbott Playground at Hulett Park, the playground at Voorhees Park and four years ago, adopting Oswego Falls Park, which is located south of Huhtamaki and adjacent to the Oswego River.

The second organization is the Fulton Alliance Church Building Bridges Committee’s children’s group called the Community Kids that recently worked at C.V. Abbott Park and will continue to work at three other parks for the next three months.

In addition, they have volunteered to do ground work near the lake, paint and stain the gazebo pier at Bullhead Point and attend the Christmas Tree Lighting Committee, which is under the direction of Recreation Superintendent Barry Ostrander and his staff.

Mayor Woodward, the city council and the recreation committee encourage our citizens to get involved either through organizations or individually to make our city a more attractive place to live.

If interested, please contact the mayor’s office at 592-7330 or Barry at the recreation department at 592-2474.

Thanks again,

Bob Weston