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Athol-Thurman 11-20-2010

Gripes called in this week were about dogs running loose during open hunting season. There is a leash law in Thurman and those who care about their pets should keep them confined. To reach the town dog warden, call 623-9810.

It became official Nov. 9 the absentee ballots were counted and Evelyn Wood was sworn in as the new Supervisor. It was a very close race with Thomas Birdsall behind by only 17 votes. Both candidates ran a good clean race with no mouthy sayings as we heard on television. Congratulations to both.

Baker and Brainard baby born

Amanda Baker and Ryan Brainard of Valley Road are proud to announce the birth of a baby girl, born Oct. 23 at Glens Falls Hospital. The girl weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 20 inches long. She was named Marlee Marie and she joins a four-year-old brother Rex at home. Proud grandparents are Craig and Helen Baker of Thurman, Laurie Brainard of Warrensburg and Mark Brainard of South Glens Falls. Great-grandparents are Jasmine Baker of Library Avenue and Sharkey Baker of Alden Avenue.

Camerons welcome daughter

Pamela and Barre Cameron of Queensbury are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 23 at Glens Falls Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 19 inches long. She was named Layla Charles. Proud grandparents are Charles and Priscilla Geroux of Argyle and Ken and Patty Cameron of Queensbury. Great-grandmother is Laura Cameron of Thurman.

On a personal note

Anniversaries to be celebrated this week include: Bill and Carol Rounds, 48 years, Nov. 21; Holly and Eric Lohrey, 9 years, Nov. 24; Howard and Evie Tucker, Nov. 25; and Eugene and Wendy Baird, 22 years, Nov. 26.

Birthday Greetings go out to Kathy Kelly, Heidi Reynolds and Jean Gralewski, Nov. 20; to Jerrod Beadnell and Phyllis Sadow, Nov. 21; Wayne Rogers, Nov. 22; Ben Reynolds, Nov. 23; Colton Stannard, Nov. 24; Roy Ross, Nov. 25; and Holly Hightower, Jackie Tubbs and Ricky Gilbert, Nov. 26.

Hail, sleet and snow flurries came down on Nov. 8. By nightfall roads were getting slippery, but by morning all was clear at this end of town.

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