SALEM — The Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session Saturday to register voters for the election March 11.
The supervisors will be at Town Hall from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. New voters must be at least 18 and provide photo identification and proof of residency. Naturalized citizens must show a passport or citizenship papers.
Voters can also make changes or corrections to their name, address or political party affiliation. Residents can also register at the town clerk’s office through Friday.
Copies of the voter checklist can be reviewed at the town clerk’s office or the Kelley Library reference desk.
Testerman speaks to Pelham GOP
PELHAM — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Karen Testerman will speak to the Pelham Republican Party Committee on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Pelham VFW Post, 6 Main St.
Testerman, who previously ran for governor, is a founder and former executive director of Cornerstone Policy Research and Cornerstone Action.
Salem artists plan spring show
SALEM — The Greater Salem Artists Association will host its 28th annual Spring Fling Art Show and Sale on April 5 at Woodbury Middle School, 206 Main St.
All proceeds of the event will support the GSAA and fund a scholarship for a promising local art student.
This free one-day event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. GSAA artists and their guests will share original paintings, prints, and notecards for exhibit and purchase. Those in attendance can meet with the artists and get to know each one. They can also walk the exhibit of paintings offered for competition. Adult and student artists compete for ribbons and prizes.
There will be a “cookie walk” and a raffle. The cookie walk has become one of the most popular activities of this event. Attendees have the opportunity to buy a box of homemade cookies for $5 and enter a raffle for chances to win art and other prizes.