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Have you ever experienced something amazing or beautiful or both at the cost of something tragic. It could have been a prodigal son or daughter coming home for a family funeral and reuniting with loved ones. It could be a divorce that leads to a happy marriage. Or maybe something as simple and good as a flat tire in a little town that had a great cheeseburger joint.

The beautiful red sunsets that we are enjoying are coming at a high cost to our western neighbors.

School children may not see anything beautiful in their return to school. As parents, we have less myopia than our youngsters. We see the education that will allow them to achieve great dreams. Two new teachers have joined the Albin Elementary staff. The kindergartners met Christie Bronder and the third graders welcomed Tad Romsa to their room.

Watch out for those little ones on their way to school. They may not be looking up. The students may not look up much on their way to school, but they will be looking forward to activities this fall. Volleyball and soccer forms went home in the book bags Monday. If you did not receive one or you have a young one at home who would like to play soccer, stop by the town hall and pick up a form. They always welcome volunteers for refs and coaches, so if you have a little time to spare, they would love the help.

Don’t stop by the town hall Labor Day, Sept. 7. Everything will be closed for the holiday.

September 10 finds Lon Johnson and Lee Peterson blowing out some candles. We wish them as many happy blessings as there are acres of forest fires.

 

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