First of all, I wish to thank God his provision of employment for me and members of my family. I not only thank him for employment, but thank him for the opportunity to see His hand moving in people’s lives.
Yesterday was such a day.
SURELL would like to thank everyone involved in making their first charity fashion show a success. The overall goal of the event was to raise money for “The Helping Hand Center” in Troy. “Helping Hand’s” mission is to supply food to families in need. The number of families that apply for assistance from “Helping Hand” is growing quite considerably, which makes it ever so crucial that community donates any extras.
There will be a rabies clinic at the Town Hall on Saturday, March 10th from 9-12 noon. Donna Harwood is the veterinary and the cost per shot is $15.00. The Town Clerk’s office will also be open for your convenience to license your dogs
So we’ve all gotten our tax bills and they aren’t any lower. What happened to the district’s surplus? It’s simple:
If you are one of the voters who wished you could have chosen a specific party ballot and were told that you were not able to because you were listed on the checklist under a specific party, different from your choice for this primary, this is easy to fix.
The purpose of the primary elections is to establish the candidates for the different parties to compete in the general elections. If you are always intending to stick with a specific political party regardless of the candidates, then you are safe registering with that party, and being listed on the checklist under that party. If you have any inclination that you ever might want the ability to select candidates for reasons other than party representation you should be listed on the checklist as an UNDECLARED voter.
It has become tradition for TTN to invite all candidates for office to submit a short statement for the March issue—Let the townspeople know your position on the issues and introduce yourself to the voters.
You may drop off hard copy at the library or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept info in the body of the email, or as a word (doc or docx) attachment. Statements are run as written, without editing, so voters get a sense of the person behind the name on the ballot.
The Post would like to thank all of the people who helped this last year. Even though we are a small post I would like to speak about the projects that we have accomplished this year: