She no doubt was an exception, but I can't believe that there are not others in town now who could take over some of these activities and events.
Some of those who are making accusations and criticizing others should stop trying to be noticed or worry about control, and simply offer to help and lend a helping hand without changing the old traditions.
Why do so many people think their ideas are so much better? Now would be a good time to remember and live by the Golden Rule!
Political uproar new to 'Almost Heaven'
I have received numerous calls and heard many versions of the special town board meeting held June 29, but until the pending resignations of the two top town officials are accepted by the remainder of the board, I will remain silent about all the uproar.
However,many Thurmanites want to know what has happened to our town, known as "Almost Heaven." Remember when things were peaceful and neighbors helped neighbors in stead of bickering and launching personal attacks? Can we ever gain it back?
A mistake was noticed in the July 2 Post-Star write up of the meeting, referring to Ruth Keller as a "town board member." Keller has not been on the board for some time.
Moose roaming the hills here
A big moose has been seen around dusk wandering through some of the grassy fields in the Bowen Hill region.So far as of July 1 it hasn't come in contact with anyone or stayed long enough to visit, so we're not sure if its a male or female.
Murrays welcome baby boy
John and Terry Murray of Glens Falls are proud to announce the birth of a baby boy, born Tuesday June 29 at Glens Falls Hospital. The child weighted 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 inches long. He has been named Johnathon Levi Jr. Proud grandparents are Chrystal and Gary Murray of Mud St., Robert and Holly Smith of Newport News, Va., and David and Kathlene Hill of Delmar, NY. Great-grandparents are Eileen Baker and the late Ellis Baker of Athol and Robert Smith of Guilderland. The child's great-great grandparents are Leila Wood and the late Jack Wood of Thurman.