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If you are looking for something to do in Thurman prior to the party, stop into one of the several sugar houses, or all of them, and see how maple syrup is made. This is sure to be a hit for the young and old alike. For a map listing all of the sites stop into the town hall for a brochure or visit http://www.persisgranger.com/ThurmanMapleDays.htm#MapleParty.

If tired after the day’s events, then stop into the Glen Lodge. To book a room, see: www.theglenlodge.com or call 494-4984.

Susan Baker remembered

Deepest sympathies go out to the family of Susan Baker of High St. who passed away March 2.

Susan will be fondly remembered not only for her personality and character, but for her community involvement.

Susan worked tirelessly on the town Summer Youth Program, and was the founder of the Mommie & Me group that was popular for many years.

She served on the town Youth Commission and her accomplishments include the town Memory Tree, paying tribute to departed loved ones. Also, Susan served as an assistant to the town clerk, and substituted as town bookkeeper.

For many years, she worked with the Thurman ambulance squad as Treasurer, as well as responding to many medical emergencies.

Special days in the hills

Celebrating a wedding anniversary this week are Chuck and Linda Arlin. Their special day is March 14.

Observing birthdays this week are Linda Griswold, Jennifer Ligon, and Ava Mae Lohrey on March 9; Hans Wenker also Alexandria Werner on March 10; Calvin Varnum, Paul Siletti, and Pauline Germain on March 11; Bob Venton Sr. and Killian Baker on March 13; Greg Sadow, Renee Walker and Laurona Dibble on March 14; and Tommy Sesselman on March 15.

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