Veterans Dinner is this week
Thurman's way of saying"Thank You" to all of the Veterans who fought or are fighting to keep freedom in the U.S. is to hold a free dinner in their honor at the town hall. All Veterans or family members of veterans are invited to this feast on Tuesday Oct. 6 at 5:30 p.m.
Covered dishes and other food items have been donated by Thurman residents to show their appreciation to all veterans. Those would like to help, bring a dish after 12 p.m. Tuesday to go with chicken or call Joan at 623-2007.
Register to vote!
All youth who will be turning 18 by Nov. 3 (election day), can register to vote in the upcoming election by Friday Oct. 9. Call the county Board of Elections at 761-6459 or check with your local town clerk for voter registration cards to fill out. For absentee ballots, call the above number by Oct. 27.
Fall farm tour next weekend
Farms all over Thurman will be welcoming the public Oct. 10 and 11 to show how they operate and offer a glimpse of local culture and lifestyles. The farm open houses and tours are to begin at 10 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m.
All are welcome to bring their families at 9 a.m. to enjoy a pancake breakfast at Valley Road Maple Farm. Then see and visit farm animals, sugar houses, tour a tree farm and just enjoy an old fashioned peaceful day in Thurman. For information, call 623-9718.
Thurmanites' special days
Birthday wishes go out to Adam Robinson, Stacy Belden, Doreen Chadwell, and Fred Witz, all on Oct. 3; Rachel Castro on Oct. 5; Nancy Beadnell on Oct. 6; Heather Leigh on Oct. 7; Buddy Russell, Kelly May, and to Lisa Arnold on Oct. 8. Happy belated birthday wishes go to Jay Harrison who celebrated Sept. 21.