Athol-Thurman 2-20-10

Events and activities in the hills

The Thurman quilting club invites all who enjoy sewing and making their own warm items to join in the next meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday Feb. 22. They group meets at the town hall twice a month. For information, call 623-2633.

The Thurman Connections Snowmobile Club is set to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 24 at the home of Chad and Kathy Rounds on High St. For details, call 623-9234

The Mommie & Me group plans on meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday Feb. 25 at the Fun Spot in Queensbury for an outing with the preschoolers. Those who wish to go, must call Jennifer in advance at 623-5024.

There are AA meetings in the area, even though Thurman does not have them. To learn of where you can find them call 793-1113.

The seniors free bus service will run on Friday Feb. 26 for a day of shopping in Glens Falls or for appointments. Please call Laura at 623-9281 and let her know you plan on going.

Over the fence

Like to help with the 2010 Census and make some money besides? Donna Wormwood will be interviewing for jobs for the U.S. Census Bureau. She can be reached at 623-9654.

Speaking of the census, here's an interesting fact: in 1890, the population of Warren County was a robust 27,666.

Myra Vopleus has started up a part-time nails and pedicure shop at 980 state Rte. 9 in Queensbury. The enterprise is open Wednesdays to Fridays after 3 p.m. and on Saturday mornings. Clients must call for an appointment at 232-0883.

The Extra Helpings food program is available in our area. This has no age limit or income limit and offers a wide variety of foods that come in once a month. Money is due at the beginning of the month. Call for details at: 623-9649.

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