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(Editor's Note: Lynn Smith, immediate past president of the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, has volunteered to prepare a recurring column on activities and events in Warrensburg. Smith, who is also proprietor of Al-Lynn's Butterfly Inn with her husband Al, can be contacted at: MrsButterfly10@hotmail.com or by phone at 623-9744. We welcome her valued addition to our community news reporting.)

A warm hello to all readers, and feel free to contact me with any significant event or news you would like to go into this column, including special community parties, life milestones or significant achievements. News of church, club and scouting activities, and school events are all welcome. I look forward to hearing from you!

Valentines dinner-dance set

St. Cecilia's Catholic Church has planned a dinner dance at 6 p.m. Feb. 12 at The Lodge on Echo Lake. Tickets cost $27.50 per person or $55 per couple. The Lodge is offering a choice of Prime Rib. Chicken Picatta, Tortellini or Salmon. For reservations, contact Cheryl at 623-2809, Laura at 623-29-69, or Leigh at 504-4118.

Cleveland home after surgery

Local floral designer John Cleveland is now home from the recuperating from major surgery. Best wishes to John for a speedy recovery. Get well wishes can be sent to John at 167 River St., Warrensburg 12885.

Save on trash disposal soon

At the town organizational meeting Jan. 4, the annual sale of landfill punchcards was set for Feb. 22 - 26. The deal of buy one punchcard, get the second at half price, is offered at least once per year by the town. The cards are available at the Town Clerk's office.

Town sets course for 2010

The meeting also included naming John Alexander as Deputy Supervisor. He replaces Joe Barlow, who was defeated in November's general election.

At the meeting, Alexander was sworn in, as was new town board member Bryan Rounds - who was elected in November. Also sworn in were Town Justice Mindy Fisk and Town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty, both entering another term.

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