The Thurman Town Board will meet for the fiscal meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday Jan. 19 and that will be followed by the monthly business meeting at 7 p.m. Both meetings are open to the public.
The senior bus runs to Glens Falls Friday Jan. 22, providing free transportation for all Thurman residents age 60 or over.Those seeking a ride may call Laura by Wednesday at 623-9281 and let her know if they wish to go.
The Gleaning food distribution will be held at the town hall on Tuesday Jan. 19, 10 a.m. This free food program is open to all Thurman residents. For details on available food assistance programs, call 623-9649.
Special days to remember
Nick May will celebrate his birthday on Jan. 15; Lillian Hayes and Harold Corlew will observe their birthdays on Jan. 16; Steven Smith, Meredith Sonley, and Joy Baker celebrate on Jan. 18; Daniel Vanselous celebrate on Jan. 19; Will Hill Jr. on Jan. 20; Curtis Tyler, Keith Sonley Jr. and Chris Robinson celebrate Jan. 21.
Happy 46th Anniversary wishes go out to Gary and Linda Rounds on Jan. 18.
A happy belated birthday wish is out to Norma Venner Galusha who celebrated Dec. 28.
Geri Howe has retuned home after spending the Christmas holiday with her children, Pattie Marro, and Russ Howe and their families on Long Island. Cliff Dureau of Ski Hi Rd. also went to the island and visited his children and he and Geri traveled home together.
Word has been received from Larry and June Germain who are in Florida that Larry is home from the hospital and now in improved health and that June is also feeling better too. Other get well wishes are out to Don Vopleus who has been moved from Albany Medical to Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital in Schenectady, and to Charles Dingman Sr., Liz Kennedy, Iva Hall, Edna Kenyon, Leah Sumner, and Ed Brown.