Athol - Thurman 8/15/09

Sympathy is extended to the families of Arlene Moffitt who passed away on July 27 and to the families of Geneva (Perry) Webster who died the same day.

Get well wishes are out to Earle Dibble, Richard Wormwood, Jackie Dingman, Joe Mosher, Wanda Vopleus, Chrissy Ackley, Doreen Cooper, Ruth Near and Norma V. Galusha.

Russ and Nerieda Howe and son Ryan of Long Island, recently spent a week at their Mud Street home and enjoyed hosting her parents, Marie and Walter Balon of Florida for a visit. They all enjoyed going to dinner at Geri Howe's home in Warrensburg with Cliff Dureau as a guest Saturday evening.

Did you get copies of the Adirondack Gold books by local author Perky Granger? I have a few left here, so those who want the first or second edition, let me know by calling 623-2580 soon.

Town government news

The Thurman Town Board will meet Tuesday Aug. 18 at the town hall, with the fiscal meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. and the business meeting following at 7 p.m. Residents are welcome at these meetings. Call 623-9649 with questions.

The Gleanings free food program will be at the town hall in Athol at 10 a.m. Tuesday Aug. 18. Those attending are asked to bring extra grocery bags.

Al Vasak was appointed to the town board at their July 21 meeting to fill the vacancy of long-time board member Ruth Keller. Evie Wood Hall was appointed as the cemetery committee chairman at this meeting.

Calling all political wannabees

To run for one of the six political offices open for the November election, there are only a few days left to get independent petitions signed and filed. The deadline to file petitions for office with the Warren County Board of Elections is Aug. 18. Call 761-6459 for details, or check the Warren County website. Offices up for a vote are: Highway Superintendent, Assessor, Town Clerk, Supervisor, and two town board seats.

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