Athol - Thurman 8/15/09

Kenyontown church to celebrate 100th

The Kenyontown United Methodist Church invites everyone to join in the church's 100-year celebration Sunday Sept.13 with special services starting at 11 a.m. This will be followed by a barbecue and a tour and an open house. People are asked to bring a food dish to add to the celebration, which is for all ages. Families may find it comfortable to bring lawn chairs or blankets with them for the event.

The church, a long standing landmark in Thurman, is located on Valley Rd. Questions? Call Jeff at 623-3940.

Senior picnic planned for Hatchery

This year the annual picnic will be held at the Warrensburg fish hatchery starting at 3 p.m. Wednesday Aug.19. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass and their own silverware. The meat entree will be furnished by the club. We hope everyone will be able to enjoy this event. For details, call 623-9425.

Special days in the mountains

Who's reached another milestone this week? Birthdays are to be observed by Spencer Cameron on Aug. 14; Mike Russell and Bill Lucia on Aug.15; Bernie McQuade, Myrtle Buyce, and Joe Mosher on Aug.16; Doreen Cooper on Aug. 17; Eileen Anni and Evie Tucker on Aug. 19; and triplets Kaitlyn, Courtney and Chelsey Witz on Aug. 20. A happy belated birthday wish goes out to Diane Golden who celebrated Aug. 9. Other special days include Aug. 18, the date of Chris and Mike Demino's wedding anniversary.

On a personal note

Pat Terrell Baker of Mountain Rd. recently received word that her grandson, Tom Noble, injured while on duty in Afganistan, has been sent to Colorado while awaiting surgery at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington.

Chrissy Ackley of Bowen Hill Rd. extends thanks to Suzie and Dexter Baker who were first to arrive after a recent 911 call; also thanks to the Warrensburg EMT squad. Thanks to Daryl Tucker and Cheryl Ross and special thanks to Pauline Buckner who has been coming to help out during her recovery. "You were all such wonderful and compassionate help to myself and to Ken - again thank you all," she said.

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