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Summer youth program offers gardening tips

A big "Thank You" goes out to Irv West for his donation of tomato plants for the youth garden plots. The soil has been worked up and planted and is ready for local children to learn about gardening during the town summer recreation program. Master Gardeners from the Cornell Cooperative Extension will be stopping by during the program to explain methods of successful gardening.

The summer youth program for children ages 5 to 12 has many exciting activities including learning experiences for all who attend. The program runs from Tuesday, July 6 to Friday, Aug. 13. Those with questions, call Maria at 623-9961.

Personal notes

Birthday wishes go out to Don Carpenter Sr. and Myrna McQuade, June 26; to Chad Randall, June 27; to Joyce Witz and Bambi Castro, June 29; to Brady Rounds and Phil Zazzaro, June 30; and to Diana Rafferty, July 1 .

Get Well wishes go out to Wanda Wood, Ken Ackley, Elmer Buyce, Don Vopleus, Tammy Winslow, and Kermit Baker.

Jackie Holbert of Louisiana came north to spend a vacation time at the old homestead on Garnet Lake Road with her mother Laura Cameron. The two visited family members and friends during their time together and also worked on the adopted street corner for the beautification program.

Kyle, Andrew and Travis Galusha, sons of Max Galusha of Colchester Vt., recently spent a week on Sky High Road with their grandparents, Charlotte and Dick Needham.

Congratulations, Lindsey!

Lindsey Galusha graduated from the University of Vermont with a B.A. in biology and has been accepted to the Masters of Biomedical Science program this fall at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

A graduate of Warrensburg Central, Lindsey is the daughter of Jill and Randy Galusha, and is granddaughter of Norma and Jim Galusha all of Charles Olds Road.

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