Athol-Thurman 12-12-09

Citizens are asked to prepare and drop off a dish at the town hall. For details, call Cindy Hyde at 623-4588.

Over the fence

There are four books left of " A Summer of Strangers" at $11.95 by author Perky Granger and three left of the first books "Adirondack Gold" at $9.95. If you need an unique Christmas gift give me a call at 623-2580.

The Warrensburg mealsite is in need of drivers to deliver the Meals on Wheels to shut-ins for the Warren County Office of the Aging. Volunteers can work one day a week or three days as their schedules permit. Daytime deliveries are from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Call Rhonda at 623-2653 for details.

Personal news

Birthday wishes go out this next week to Frank Gallup, Suzie Baker, and Roland Hennesy on Dec. 12, to Loretta Tillema on Dec. 14, to Freda West on Dec. 15, Amanda Baker, Brian Angel and Tom Palleschi on Dec. 16, to Bob Baker Jr. on Dec. 17 and to Adorna Wright and Milton Kennedy on Dec. 18.

An anniversary wish is out to Ginny and Joe Mosher on Dec. 17.

Little Nicky LaPradd of Massena recently spent a long weekend with his grandparents, Theresa & Jeff Grants on South Johnsburg Rd. He is the son of Jaleen and Anthony LaPradd.

What if the "season to be jolly" lasted all year long? Where would we put all the frowns?

I'm still angry about the new burn barrel law, those newspapers and small empty food item boxes sure add up. Is it really all of Thurman's barrels that pollute the world or maybe would it be space ships, planes, rockets, jets, diesel trucks, autos, furnaces, factories, etc. Why was all this "bad air atmosphere" not noticed when everyone in Thurman burnt papers, had only wood stoves, had sugar houses and yet lived to be in their 90s or nearly that?

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