Filomena Riviello and friend Ron of Garnet Lake Rd. recently returned from a mini-vacation in Treasure Island, Fla., where they also enjoyed a day trip visiting Universal Studios.
Jamie and Cynthia Carpenter of Warrensburg are proud to announce the arrival Dec. 8 of a son weighing 8 pounds 4.1 ounces and 20 inches long. Born at Glens Falls Hospital, he was named Ezekiel Kenneth Fredrick Carpenter.
Proud Grandparents are Ralph and Marva Ross of Oswego; Donald Carpenter and Donna Keck of Thurman; and Gail Carpenter of High St., Athol.
Great grandparents are Jackie and Charles Dingman of Athol.
Help others in your community
The Thurman Emergency Squad will be sponsoring an Emergency Vehicle Operations course at the squad building on two upcoming Sundays, Jan. 4 and Jan. 11. There is no cost for this training and it is open to anyone age 18 or over. Also, in the near future, there will be a cardio-pulmonary resuscitation course in Thurman. For information, call Jill at 683-2602.
The Emergency Squad is presently seeking new members and drivers. The squad takes pride in its ability to furnish free ambulance services to all Thurman residents in emergency situations.
Would you like to volunteer some of your time to help out in the community?
News from Town Hall
The Thurman Town offices will be closed at noon Wed. Dec. 31 and closed all day Jan. 1.
The reorganizational meeting for the Town of Thurman is set for Fri. Jan. 2 at 6 p.m.
The Supervisor position was filled at the Dec. 16 Town meeting by Red Pitken.
The Thursday garbage run will be occurring Wed. Dec. 30 because of the New Year's Eve holiday. There will be no recyclables pickup this week.
The Nov. 18 town board meeting was conducted by Deputy Supervisor Leon Galusha. Councilman Charles Bills asked to be removed from the Landfill Committee.