Christmas dinners provided
Several area groups contributed recently to the Warrensburg Food Pantry, enabling them to provide Christmas dinners to three families. Food donations were contributed by the Warrensburg Central School Honor Society, and a cash donation was made by the Warrensburg Men’s Club. Pantry officials express thanks to these two groups.
Donations sought for local food pantry
Due to the recent extreme cold and the financial pressure many local families are facing, the Warrensburg Food Pantry’s inventory is quite low, and needs to be re-supplied.
Donations of nonperishable food may be brought to the Warrensburg Town Clerk’s office at the town hall.
Cash donations are also appreciated, so food in particularly short supply can be purchased for those who are facing severe hardship. For details, contact Warrensburg Town Clerk’s Office personnel at 623-4561.
Warrensburg officials sworn in
Warrensburg Town Board members who were re-elected in November to new four-year terms — councilmen Bryan Rounds and John Alexander plus town supervisor Kevin Geraghty — were sworn in at the town’s annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 2. A public hearing on the town’s contract with Warrensburg Emergency Medical Services is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the town hall, coinciding with the regular January town board meeting.
Town property tax bills were mailed Dec. 31, and they are due by Jan. 31. Those who you have not received their tax bill, contact the Warrensburg Town Clerk’s office at 623-4561. Sewer bills were also mailed, and they are due in February.
On a personal note
January birthday wishes go out to Roberta Daab, Emilie & Jenna Combs, John Alexander, Amber Grace, Jason Briggs, Sister Linda Hogan, Deborah Stephenson, Sandi Parisi, Gail DeMarsh, Lisa Alexander and Al Smith.
Congratulations to Dave & Violet Spatz on the birth of their grandson James.
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