Salem festival still seeking volunteers

The festival Salem town officials are planning for this fall is still looking for volunteers, town officials said at Monday’s Town Board meeting.

There is a meeting for those interested in helping out at 4 p.m. today in the conference room at Town Hall, 9814 Antioch Road.

Patrick Casey, town administrator, said the fest has now pegged Oct. 20 as its date. The fest also will be held now at the new Trevor Fire Station/Highway Department building along Highway C.

Along with whatever other activities develop, the event will include the craft and vendor show that the town has been hosting in the fall in recent years, town Chairman Diann Tesar said.

One thing that has not been settled is the name of the event. Come of the current contenders include a pumpkin theme, such as Pumpkin Fest or Pumpkinpalooza.


One Comment

  1. resident says:

    Once again, may I suggest that the Town’s very highly paid administrator help out after his office hours? I believe I mentioned in an earlier post, I do not believe ANY of this work should be done by Town employees during town time. My tax dollars are going to pay their wages to do work for the whole town, not for some activities that not everyone wants to be a part of. I draw your attention to the caption of this article “Salem is seeking VOLUNTEERS”, not paid employees. But, considering the board and administrator had this brain storm, let them work it.

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