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The Thurman Youth Commission is holding a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday April 4 at the Thurman Town Hall. On the agenda will be planning for the upcoming town Easter Party and the Summer Youth Program. The public is welcome to attend and help the group, which has a long record of sponsoring successful community events.

Plans are progressing for the Thurman town Easter Party to be held from 1 to 3 p.m. April 16, with the traditional crafts, egg coloring, a visit by the Easter Bunny, an Easter bonnet contest and an Easter Egg hunt to top it all off. the event is sponsored by the town Youth Commission.

Daffodil sales to benefit the American Cancer Society, will be held Thursday and Friday March 24 and 25 in the Warrensburg Elementary School lobby. This sale has been a tradition here for decades, and parents are reminded to allocate some money to their children for this fundraiser.

Feihel expresses appreciation

Sally Feihel sends out a heartfelt Thank You to the Warrensburg and Thurman ambulance squads for the attentive care she received in January and February when she was hospitalized. She also expresses a public Thank You to her friends and neighbors for all their help and support during her time in the hospital. "I am blessed to have such wonderful friends and neighbors," she said in a note to the Adirondack Journal, while expressing get well wishes to columnist Evie Russell.

Special days up here in the hills

Celebrating birthdays are Eric Smith on March 19, Lance Chadwell and Chance McGraw on March 20, Patrick Galusha and Billy Arnold on March 21, Mark Kelly and Daniel Cameron Jr. on March 22, Kaitlyn Kuklinski on March 24, and Rex Reynolds III and Josh Kenyon on March 25.

Celebrating wedding anniversaries are Charles and Barb Metzger on March 23 and Bernie and Bonnie Monroe on March 24.

(Editor's Note: After dealing with respiratory problems that required hospitalization, Thurman Correspondent Evie Russell is expected to return home this week from Tri-County Nursing Home. We all wish her a speedy return to her routine. Thurman readers are asked to help Evie out by temporarily sending local news items to Robin Croissant at: musicloverbuddy@yahoo.com or contacting her at 623-4102. People are also welcome to contact Adirondack Journal editor Thom Randall at: thom@denpubs.com or 504-4376.)

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