Thurman Town Board meetings are routinely held on the second Tuesday of each month beginning at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting is set for Tuesday March 12.
The county-sponsored senior bus service to Glens Falls operates on the second and fourth Friday of every month. It will run Friday, March 8 and is free to seniors age 60 and over. Those who wish to go should call Laura by Wednesday, March 6 at 623-9281.
Protect your pet’s health
Warren County Public Health will be holding a rabies clinic from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday March 9 at the Queensbury Community Center, 742 Bay Road.
Pets must be three months old to receive their first immunization, which will afford them protection for one year. The next shot, a booster, will offer protection for three years — and is required one year after the first shot was given. From then on, every three years a booster should be given to protect pets. Both initial and booster shots are given at all county Public Health clinics.
A $10 donation is requested for each pet. No one is turned away due to financial hardship. Bring dogs on leashes and cats or ferrets in carriers. Call county Public Health at 761-6580 with questions.
Elderly can obtain help
The county Office for the Aging offers many services one of these services is the Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program or EISEP. It provides non-medical, in-home services to elderly individuals who have one or more disabling conditions which prevent them from accomplishing the activities of daily living. Services provided may include advice and case management, homemaking and personal care, housekeeping, and respite for caregivers. A sliding-scale fee may be charged, based on income.
Another service the Office for the Aging provides is Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage also known as EPIC – which provides financial assistance to help eligible seniors cope with the high cost of prescription drugs. The Office for the Aging also provides assistance in filing for benefits. To sign up for these services call 761-6347.