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Lights flashed on our horizon during a few evenings last week. Storms aren’t out of the ordinary in late September, but what a storm it was. Some of those strikes seemed like a crack on top of our heads. No harm except for a little break in the electricity. But a few hours without modern technology is good for families.

The deer may have thought it was the flash of gunfire. It is deer season once again here in Wyoming. Hunters were out and about as bright as the lightening. No word on any of our local sportsmen coming back with freezer filler.

Albin will be flashing some lightening of their own Oct. 17. The town turns 85 on October 14. To celebrate the big birthday, the town council is planning a party. There will be a dance at the community center from 8 p.m. until 12 a.m. For more details on the event, contact the town hall.

Another celebration that will light a little spark in the youngsters is the Halloween Carnival Friday, October 30 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Call the community center for more information on the costume contest, food and games or possibly to volunteer to help with all the fun.

The Albin Fire Department is hosting a chili cook-off Nov. 7. They have a nice page of information on Facebook. Or call one of our volunteers to learn more.

It will certainly look like a fire needs to be put out in our little town the next couple of days. Starting on Oct. 8, Kelly Rundell celebrates her special day. Codi Krakow blows out a few candles Oct. 10 along with Sandy (Sorensen) DeBruyn, who is Carol Sorensen’s only daughter. Aarron Anderson gets to put out a few of those little wax fires Oct. 13. However, probably the funnest party to get invited to would be little Demmie Kriz. She turns five Oct. 11.

Don’t let those little lights of happy news slip by us. Call or stop by the town hall with your news to share by Monday at 5 p.m. and we will shed that light on all of your friends and neighbors.

 

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