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Another month has begun. As we edge closer to the end of the year, the warmth of the summer sun is just a glint in our eye as everything around us prepares for a long winter nap. Have no fear cold blooded friends. The propane company is just a call away.

Speaking of lighting a fire, a few of our friends and neighbors will blow out quite a few candles this week . Barry Ward gets a wish granted October 9. He may use it for a championship basketball team. Celebrating birthdays on October 10 are Codi Krakow, Stesha Tidyman, daughter of our first grade teacher Casey Tidyman, and Sandy DeBruyan, only daughter of Carol Sorensen. October 11 will be a big day in the Kriz household. Demmie will blow out six candles on her cake. We wish her as much joy as she brings to everyone who is on the receiving end of one of her smiles. the Tidyman house will have extra cake around next week if you want to stop by. Shayden Tidyman celebrates his birthday October 12. Plowing through another year is our town maintenance man Aaron Anderson. If you see him out and about make sure to give him a big wave. He would probably take any baked goods as well. Albin Librarian Stacy Malm turns another chapter in her book of life October 15.

Just because the cold months are here doesn’t mean you have to be sick with them. Flu shots will be offered to any and all residents October 12 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Albin Elementary Art room.

How about a little volleyball action to warm you up. The last home game for the Albin Wildcat Volleyball team will be October 10. The concession stand will take care of dinner and the games will be plenty entertaining. The Wildcats last game will be October 13 in Burns.

It is always a good idea to stock up on chocolate and candy for the winter. Speaking of sweets, the community center staff are in the planning stages for the Halloween Carnival October 29. If your family or business would like to sponsor a booth, please give them a call.

The next town council meeting will be October 13 at 7 p.m. Remember to change your budget for your water bill. The new rates will be $52 for residential and $60 for businesses.

Albin lost one of its most beloved community members early this week. As of press time, there was no official announcement. We ask that you keep this family and all families struggling through loss in your hearts and prayers.

If you have news you would like to share, please let us help you by putting it in the Albin News section. Call or drop off any news at the town hall by Monday at 2 p.m.

 

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