P.O. Box 572, Fulton, New York

Category: News

Cleanups and Projects

Dear Friends, To the thousands of individuals, businesses, institutions, and organizations who have given their time, talents, skills, and support to Friends of Fulton Parks over the years, a heartfelt thank you! You are all Friends of Fulton Parks, and collectively have made a lasting, beneficial impact in the community. You have made an undeniable…
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Help Milkweed Flourish to Save the Monarch Butterflies

IUCN classifies North American Monarch Butterflies as an endangered species. They are two steps from extinction.Our native milkweed is the only source of food for the Monarch caterpillar (see photos). Without it, our NA Monarchs will become extinct. What can we do? Allow native Milkweed plants to grow (easy to do and the most important) Grow…
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Before and After Montage 2014-2020

Thank you to all who helped to make this difference in our community.

ADA Picnic Tables at Bullhead Point

Mayor Deana Michaels and the City of Fulton collaborate with the Fulton Noon Rotary and Friends of Fulton Parks (FoFP) to enhance Bullhead Point with ADA inclusive picnic tables under the pavilion. “The City of Fulton is proud to partner with Noon Rotary and Friends of Fulton Parks to bring much needed ADA supportive picnic…
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OCO Cancer Prevention Program Promoting Sun Safety At Hulett Park

Fulton Mayor Deana Michaels (r) along with Kelley Weaver (l) and Sean Broderick of Friends of Fulton Parks display the new sunscreen dispenser at Hulett Park in Fulton. Photo provided by OCO. FULTON – It’s been a hot, sunny summer, perfect for being outside and enjoying the radiant sunshine. As fall approaches, it’s still perfect…
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Fulton First with Mayor Micheals August 2020

The first part of it talks about Fulton Parks.

SeanHeinTeam EagleScoutProject

City Of Fulton, Boy Scout Troop 780, Friends Of Fulton Parks Work Together To Improve Lake Neatahwanta Nature Trail

City Of Fulton, Boy Scout Troop 780, Friends Of Fulton Parks Work Together To Improve Lake Neatahwanta Nature Trail Eagle Scout candidate Sean Hein planned, built, and installed an overlook platform along the Lake Neatahwanta Nature Trail between Bullhead Point and North Bay Campgrounds. Sean’s goal was to build a platform for people to stand…
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PLAYGROUNDS ARE OPEN!! Mayor Deana Michaels announces: “I have authorized playgrounds to begin reopening. Our crews will be out putting up swings, hoops and cleaning the areas for use starting Saturday June 13th. Please enjoy the playgrounds safely and remember to practice good hygiene while doing so.” 

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