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Just about the time we all get a little gloomy that summer has slipped by, a whole bunch of bright yellow faces remind us that sunny new beauty is not just for the summer.

The fields of sunflowers have started turning their faces to the late summer sun and as they smile towards the sky, we lift our spirits up for one last blast of harvesting summer rays.

The harvesters have all returned to their homes and the streets of Albin are a little less busy.

However, Aaron Anderson and the town council have the streets looking very nice again. The graveling project is moving along nicely and they almost have all the streets done.

The council is searching for a candidate to fill the open position on their board. It is not much of a time commitment, just a love for our community and attending monthly meetings. You would also be involved in some county-wide projects and meetings.

It would be a great opportunity for someone who has a little time on their hands and is looking to do something good for Albin. Contact the town hall for more information.

The town hall and community center is looking for someone to clean their facility. It is a part-time position, not a difficult or challenging job. Contact the town hall for more information.

The council is in the process of scheduling the reconstruction of the gym floor at the community center. Court sports season is upon us and they would like to schedule around most of those activities but are anxious to get started on the new floor.

Speaking of sports, fall soccer and volleyball registration has started. They need your registrations in by September 1, today, so they can plan for teams. Call the town hall as soon as possible today to get your little sport registered or to sign up yourself to coach or referee.

The young football players from Albin have been traveling to Burns for football practice.

The Burns Colts will start their season in a few weeks so watch the calendar for a game near you. Riley McLaughlin, Kelton Krakow, Jaspur Nusbaum and Sam Petsch are all representing Albin in a Colts uniform. Play hard, boys.

Mike’s is now serving lunch 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. daily. Stop by and say hello and try out his new menu and meet the new staff. Nothing like helping our neighbors help us.

You can help out the Albin News section by submitting your news to the town hall by Monday at 5 p.m. so we can share it with everyone. Good news isn’t as great as when it isn’t shared.

 

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