Albin community news

 


Up here in Albin, the streets have declared a cease and decist (sp) on precipitation. Not only the gravel streets but the paved ones are buckling under all this water. What is it? Spring showed bring May flowers? We should have enough for the Rose Bowl Parade.

The Farm and Home Show sounded like it went well. Jillian K., Jillian M. and Michelle served over 100 people the free lunch. Many speakers presented valuable information and a bunch of booths were in to browse through.

The Sunday lunch this past weekend was also a success. Michelle and the gang served 38 ham with all the fixing lunches. This monthly event help fund the community center lunch program.

The Albin Town Council met last week. John Deere approached the town about putting a parts drop box at the community center. This would help cut down on runs to the parts store for our local farmers.

Mayor Kelly Krakow and the council agreed to write a letter of support for the Burns football field to get a turf field instead of grass. The State Engineers Office released a study that said eastern Laramie county is low on water. Pine Bluffs Mayor Bill Shain encouraged all area towns to write letters of support for a turf field to get rid of a massive water use field.


The council accepted the design from Pappas and Pappas for the community center addition.

Happy birthday to Karen Sorensen on March 28 and Tony Childers who will turn 50 on the 30th.

 

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