Over the fence
I’ve discovered that May 5 is National Hoagie Day, which is amusing — but why not take the opportunity to make several of these sandwiches and have a picnic with the family? Perhaps even bring your fishing poles with you, and maybe you will be lucky enough to catch a few fish from an Adirondack waterway.
A family on High St. has lost their feline companion — a medium-sized black and white cat that was last seen on April 12. The creature answers to “Amis” or “Moo.” If you have seen him or know of someone who has, call 623-3987.
Warren County Bicentennial pins are available for purchase. To obtain one, contact Cheryl Kenyon at 623-9718 or Sally Feihel at 623- 4889 or email@example.com. The commemorative pins are reasonably priced at $5 each, and pay tribute to our county’s legacy.
Activities and events in the hills
Warrensburg Central School District officials will be conducting a 2013-14 school budget presentation 7 p.m. Monday May 6 at the Thurman Town Hall.
Warrensburg Central Juniors will be celebrating their Prom Saturday May 4 at the historic Inn at Erlowest in Lake George. Historically, after prom-get togethers have at times meant alcohol use. Those who hear of an underage drinking party this weekend — or at any time through the year — are asked to do their part and report it to prevent a tragic outcome. Such activities can be reported anonymously by calling the Tip Line at 761-9800.
The Gleaning food distribution sessions are held the first Monday of every month and this month that’s on May 6 at 1 p.m. Bring reusable cloth bags or used shopping bags to bring the goods home.
The Thurman Food Pantry will be open the first Monday of the Month — Monday May 6 — from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., and all other weeks, open Tuesdays 9 a.m. to 11 a.m..