Athol-Thurman 9/5/09

Get well wishes are out to everyone who is not feeling well, which includes Loren Eddy, Norma Galusha, Irene Lamphier, Chris Ackley, Bert Wilde, Wanda Vopleus and Jim Galusha.

Farmers market continues

The Thurman Farmers Market is set up from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.Wednesdays at the site of the new train station in Athol. Last week, drawings were held in a celebratory raffle, and the first winners were Cindy Lamb who received a hand- stitched greeting card, Charlotte Wood who won homemade soap by Suds and Scents, Karen Frye who won two Adirondack Gold novels and Sheryl Davey, who won a stained glass stepping stone. The prizes were donated by market vendors.

Stop by on Wednesday and get your veggies and browse through the booths. For details, call 623-9718.

Special days to celebrate

Happy Anniversary wishes go out to Cindy and Tom Needham who will be celebrating their 51st on Sept. 6, Doris and Stuart Baker celebrating their 47th on Sept. 10, and to two couples on Sept. 11 - Jackie and Charles Dingman with their 61st, and Tom and Amber Grace on their 28th.

Wearing birthday smiles this week are Carter German on Sept. 6, Barb Baker on Sept. 8, Linda Parker on Sept. 9, Emily Baker and Bob Florance on Sept. 10 and Norm Russell, Betty Geraghty and Nathan Groff on Sept. 11.

Events, activities in Thurman

Dozens of members and guests from the Stony Creek club enjoyed a picnic lunch Aug. 19 at the Warren County Fish Hatchery park in Warrensburg. All members are reminded to bring their money for the trip to Vermont to the Sept. 16 meeting. Call Norma at 623-9425 for information.

All are invited Sept. 13 to the celebration of 100 years at the Kenyontown Methodist Church. The event starts at 11 a.m. with a service, followed by a barbecue for all to enjoy. Bring a dish to pass and share the joyous occasion. For details, call Jeff at 623-3940.

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