FM Student Wins $1500 First Prize for Civil War Essay
May03

FM Student Wins $1500 First Prize for Civil War Essay

Fulton-Montgomery Community College student Rodney Schuyler was selected as the first place winner for The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York’s annually sponsored David A. Garfinkel Essay Competition. SUNY and CUNY Community College students from around the State were invited to write an original essay on a specified topic of legal history. This year’s topic was “THE BLUE AND THE GRAY: NEW YORK DURING THE CIVIL...

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FM Students Raise Funds for Food Pantry
Dec19

FM Students Raise Funds for Food Pantry

The Student Activities Board (SAB) of FM recently held an iPad Raffle to raise funds for Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties’ Food Pantry.  SAB raised $625 and according to Heather Dery, a representative of the Food Pantry, for every dollar donated, Catholic Charities can purchase $8.00 worth of food which equals a total of $5,000.00 worth of food.  The Food Pantry orders 6,000-7,000 pounds of food each month and is...

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FM Raiders Teach Our Youth
Dec19

FM Raiders Teach Our Youth

Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s Raiders Basketball team members spend their Saturday mornings volunteering as mentors to Kindergarten through 3rd graders at Boulevard Elementary School in Gloversville. “The K-3 basketball league is a great opportunity for young people in our community to learn the game of basketball, have a lot of fun, and make new friends.  The kids have a great time with the Raiders and my guys look forward to...

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Learn From One Another
Nov16

Learn From One Another

Dr. Mebougna Laze Drabo grew up in Togo, West Africa and attended International School of Lome. As an award recipient in math and physics throughout his high school years, Mebougna decided to come to America to continue his studies in Engineering Science. He would begin his educational pursuit at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. “When I first came to the United States and started my education at FM, I made many American friends...

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