About 200 voters turned out for the primary vote on Sept. 18. Bud York took the sheriffs race with 126 opposed to 76 for Larry Cleveland. For the two town-board seats, there will be five names on the November ballot; Democrat Linda Griswold, Joan Harris and Glenda Duell on the Independent line, Leon Galusha and Jim Ligon on the Republican line. The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 12. Forms are available at the town hall.
The date for the primary is traditionally the second Tuesday of September, but was changed to the third this year since the second Tuesday was the sixth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.
The senior bus runs on Friday, Oct. 12, for a day of shopping and appointments in Glens Falls for those age sixty and over. Call Laura at 623-9281 to make your reservation.
Members of the Sugar Loaf Mountain Seniors Club joined with the Stony Creek seniors to enjoy a dinner at the Stony Creek Inn on Sept. 20. Jim Morwood and Norma Galusha won door prizes.
Thirty took the defensive driving class for safety and sixteen members enjoyed a trip through Vermont. The next meeting of the club is Oct. 17 and everyone is asked to bring brownies for Cal Engle and items to go to Iraq.
The Occupancy Tax Committee will hold a meeting open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. at the town hall.
The deadline to call for home veterinarian visit is Wednesday, Oct. 10. Call 623-2164.
The Thurman Youth Commission needs more members for its board. Please stop by the next meeting on Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. at the town hall.
If you need a special time to get your hunting license before the opening of the season on Oct. 20, call Nancy Beadnell at 623-4588.