Through the end of summer, the Sugar Loaf Seniors Group holds meetings at 5:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at the town hall.

Riviello featured in drama

Former Thurman Town Justice and Kenyontown neighbor Filomena Riviello is appearing soon in Glens Falls Community Theatre’s production of the comedy “Harvey” at the Charles Wood Theater in Glens Falls. Performances of the play are set for 8 p.m. both Friday May 3 and Saturday May 4, as well as 2 p.m. Sunday May 5.

Filomena plays the role of Veta, whose brother Elwood believes his best friend is a giant invisible rabbit named Harvey — and Veta has had quite enough of living with the creature.

This sounds like a great production that should not be missed. The story is considered a classic of the American theater, and this local production is directed by William Woodward. For tickets, contact the Wood Theater Box Office at 874-0800.

Let’s be stewards of the land

As I drive over Thurman roads, I look around at our surroundings and appreciate the incredible natural beauty of the landscape we all have chosen as our home.

However, it seems to me that some people do not appropriately respect the beauty of our pastoral town. I am troubled by the amount of litter lining our roadways, and it occurred to me that if I took a garbage bag with me on my drive one day, I could make a substantial difference. What if we all did this — just cleaning up our own roadway would make a considerable improvement!

Thurmanites’ special days

Celebrating anniversaries this week are John and Heidi Baker on April 27, Russ and Nereida Howe on April 28, and Jim and Becky Desourdy on May 2.

Celebrating birthdays this week are Darrin Bolton on April 27, John Gereau, Shirley Jackson and Andrew Hall on April 29; George Baker and John Bederian on May 1; Dicky Germain and Jesse Arnold on May 2; plus Myrna Beldon, Katie Bederian and Nancy Kindred on May 3.

Millington celebrates milestone

Gretchen Millington would like to thank everyone who attended her 65th birthday celebration. Gretchen says it was an enjoyable time visiting with her family while dining at the Golden Corral. Three of her siblings attended as well as their spouses, also her daughter, son in-law, and two of her grandchildren, and one niece were among those joining in the celebration.

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