The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce has relocated its offices to the former Frances Antiques building on lower Main St. The public is invited to an Open House 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27 celebrating the move, which was made to save local taxpayers the cost of heating the town’s Senior Citizen building, the Chamber’s former headquarters.
Photo by Thom Randall.
Karate classes now offered here
Children ages 6 and up are welcome to participate in the new series of karate classes to be held at the River Street Athletic Club, 89 River St..
Classes will begin in January and are $80 per month. Roland Lavigne a martial arts instructor from Saratoga will teach the classes. Contact Lavigne at 222-1965. For details, see: www.eightstarmartialarts.com.
MacNeills’ generosity appreciated
Pastor Steve Andrews and the congregation of the United Methodist Church of Warrensburg express appreciation to Steve and Yvonne MacNeill of Athol for donating the wooden nativity set that parishioners and passers-by have enjoyed so much.
Chamber sets open house
The Warrensburg Chamber will host an open house event from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday Jan. 27 at its new headquarters on lower Main St. The Chamber is now occupying the stone building, formerly the Frances Antiques store, across from Miller Art & Frame. All are welcome to visit our new offices.
News from Warrensburg schools
Administrators of the Warrensburg Central School District, as well as representatives of Glens Falls Hospital, express their thanks to Warrensburg students and staff for donating $850, towards breast cancer awareness, to the hospital’s Charles Wood Cancer Center.
The high school’s annual Cut- a- Thon will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Jan. 4 in the High School gymnasium and lobby. Haircuts are only $10, courtesy of the stylists of Heidi’s Clip Joint. The fundraiser is to benefit the charities which the annual Warrensburg Marathon Dance is supporting this year.
The next PTSA meeting is scheduled to be held at 8:15 a.m. Jan. 10 room 117 and 6:45 p.m. in the Library
The next meeting of the Warrensburg Central Board of Education is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 14 in the high school library.
This fall, Carolyn Cyr's 4th grade class collected 441 books for babies and toddlers. Joseph Nissen, a student in Cyr’s class, reported that the students decided to gather the books so the children could come into school reading well, and possessing a love of reading.
Collecting the books gave the students involved "a warm feeling inside," Joseph Nissen said.
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