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Town Talk 2-19-11

Warrensburg Youth Football fundraisers

The Warrensburg Youth Football Booster Club members express thanks to all who purchased raffle tickets for their recent fundraiser. The drawing was held just before the holidays. They had three lucky winners who were apparently happy to have won in time to have some extra cash for Christmas. Football Booster Club members also said they now have license plate frames bearing the slogan "Warrensburg Burghers" for sale at Gino's Pizzeria, George Henry's and Direct Deposit. Stop by any of these local businesses to purchase one for $5 and help support the town's youth football league, they said.

Scrap-A-Thon slated for WCSplayground fund

The Warrensburg Elementary School Playground Committee is holding its annual Scrap-A-Thon to raise money for playground development. All are invited to come to the school March 12 for the scrapbooking session from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost for admission is $20 for the day which includes a light breakfast and lunch. The event features a basket raffle. All are asked to pre-register by Feb 25. Those interested may stop by the school to pick up a registration form. For details, call the school at 623-9747.

County Bicentennial celebration is approaching

Volunteers with an interest in area history are now being sought to serve as local representatives on a regional committee that will be planning the county's Bicentennial, to be celebrated in 2013.

Warrensburg Town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty said this week the county's bicentennial organizing committee is seeking several representatives from various organizations in Warrensburg to plan the bicentennial events.

At this point, Sandi Parisi is the town government's representative on the committee, and Donna Combs is the Chamber of Commerce's representative. Those with questions, call Geraghty at 623-9251.

Board discusses water quality, hydropower

An addition of soda ash to the town water supply is now under way to reduce the levels of copper in several of the homes served by the Water District. This generally effects residents on Horicon Ave. near Countryside Adult Home, with some in the region perhaps experiencing slightly milky water. Town residents are to be assured, however, that despite its appearance, the water remains healthy and meets the state standards.

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