Support Local NY Businesses

Support local NY businesses

Business Categories

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  • Contributor – $100
  • Corporate – $50
  • Small – $25

Adirondack Ranch, LLC
Michelle Prybylski
346 Mud St., Athol, NY  12810
518-502-3520 (cell) 518-623-2267 (business)
@adirondackranch, [email protected]

Blackberry Hill Farm
Bob and Irene Barody
15 Mud St., Athol, NY 12810
(518) 744-3351
[email protected]

Fiction Among Friends & Beaver Meadow Publishing
Persis Granger
11 Clarence Russell Rd., Warrensburg, NY 12885
[email protected]
On Facebook

Valley Road Maple Farm
The Mike Hill and Ralph Senecal families
190 Valley Rd., Warrensburg, NY 12885
518 623 9783
[email protected],
[email protected],

Martin’s Lumber
Gary & Wini Martin
280 Valley Rd., Warrensburg, NY 12885
[email protected]
Martin’s Lumber Face Book

Mud St. Maple
Jeff and Robin Mahler
269 Mud St., Athol, NY 12810
(518) 623-2736
[email protected]

Mud Street Maple Face Book

Nettle Meadow Farm and Artisan Cheese           
484 S. Johnsburg Road, Warrensburg, NY 12885
[email protected].

Toad Hill Maple Farm
Randy and Jill Galusha
137 Charles Olds Rd., Athol, NY 12810
[email protected]

Hidden Hollow Maple Farm
Charles Wallace
312 Dippikill Rd., Warrensburg, NY 12885
[email protected]

Pink Rose Farms
Cynthia Rose
728 High St., Athol, NY 12810
518 260 6844
[email protected]/[email protected]

The Glen Lodge
1123 NY-28,
Warrensburg, NY 12885
(518) 494-4984
[email protected]


Wild Waters Outdoor Center
1123 RT-28
Warrensburg, New York 12885
(800) 867-2335
[email protected]


     Thyme In A Bottle

Amy Cason


[email protected]





Resources to Mitigate Business Losses Due to COVID-19
Check out the following links to see what help may be available to you for your business. I’ve tried to indicate the source of each listing:

Posted 4/4/2020. Thurman Station Association shares these notices gathered from other sources, as noted. We cannot take any responsibility for their correctness. Please direct any questions toward the agency that generated the information. Thanks.

From Economic Development News for Warren County and the Region (EDC) Consider adding your name to their mailing list for useful information year-round.

Find out if you are an “essential” business or entity:

Small Business Association loans related to COVID-19 losses:

Business Resources:

Employee Issues/Complaints:

Unemployment Insurance Benefits FAQs (from NYS Dept. of Labor):


Small Business Association (from a recent email; you may want to sign up for these communications yourself)
Businesses can take advantage of free assistance offered by SBA’s network of Resource Partners for help with preparing their loan applications. They may visit to find local help.

The NYS Small Business Development Center network recommends submitting a request for assistance online at

Below is the link to a recording of an information session on Economic Disaster Loan Programs.

COVID-19 related assistance:

GTM Payroll Services has compiled a comprehensive list of links – offered in a non-salesy manner – to help our local business community cope with the disruptions of the health crisis gripping our nation.

Courtesy of Printplace: Stimulous Package for Small Businesses

Courtesy Albany Regional Chamber of Commerce

A publication prepared by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to introduce you to the the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act which allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses. Read what is available and whether you might qualify.  See full document here:

Also read: The Small Business Owners’ Guide to the CARES Act

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