A reminder: The Warren County rabies clinic will be in Thurman at the fire house Saturday Sept. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. Dogs must be leashed and cats in carriers. All animals must be 3months or older. The fee requested is a $10 donation. For more information call 761-6580.
The film to be shown 7:30 p.m. Saturday Sept. 19 in the local "Movie on the Hill" series will be "Dreamer" Presented at the pavilion in Athol, movies are free and suitable for children as well as adults. You may want to come early and bring your family for a picnic. The food booth will be open and all proceeds go to the youth programs. The last movie of the season, to be shown Sept. 26,, is "Ratatouille."
The Thurman Emergency Squad is in need of more volunteers over age 18. Area residents are asked to assist as drivers, patient caregivers, and those who seek to receive basic emergency medically training. Can you spare several hours occasionally? Thurman needs younger folks to give our older volunteers a break. Call 623-9810 or stop by a meeting.
Volunteer to help out with organizing the Veterans Dinner Tuesday Oct. 6, 5:30 p.m., at the town hall. We will need covered dishes to go with chicken. All veterans are invited to a sit-down meal or the families of veterans. Call Joan 623-2007 and tell her what you can do.
An ATV poker run will start with everyone registering and paying at the pavilion at 9 a.m. on Saturday Sept. 19. This is open to all and is put on by the Southern Adirondack Four-Wheeler club. Call 623-2007 for information.
Town board notes and information are now being posted on the website by the town clerk, on the bulletin board at the town hall or you can call 623-4588 and request copies. Our town clerk, Cindy Hyde, has recently been putting in extra hours to get everything out to the public and to answer all questions.