RANDOLPH NEWS CLIPS
“Pride in Our Past…Faith in Our Future”
City Hall Hours:
10 am to 2 pm
City Clerk: Lora Dankof
City Hall: 625.2601
Wednesday 10:00-noon; 2:00-5:30
Librarian: Linda Heywood
Upcoming Meetings/Events (All Open to the Public):
City Council Regular Meeting— 7:00PM on June 7 at City Hall
Hometown Pride — 6PM on 2rd Tuesday of the Month at Community Center
Library Committee — 5:30PM on 1rd Wednesday of Month at the Library
Library News from Linda
Christmas behind us it’s full speed ahead into 2017!
Our “Classical Christmas” party for the library was well attended. We had 49 people attend which included 19 adults and 30 children. One hundred sixty-eight sugar cookies were decorated, thirty-three Christmas ornaments were decorated minus the ones that broke. Large quantities of chili, potato soup, homemade chicken and noodles, and vegetable trays were consumed. Games were played in place of carols on the hayrack due to the cold temperatures. Gift exchange was enjoyed along with hot chocolate and Christmas cookies that could hardly be lifted due to the amount of frosting on each one.
It appeared everyone had a wonderful time. Events like this would not be possible without volunteers, and the library has outstanding volunteers. I would like to thank Bobbi Jo Christo and Dan, Megan Rasmussen and Dale, Erin Vanatta and Chris, Diane Milbourn and Clint, Shantel Earlywine, David Carter, and my husband Gail.
Special thanks to Shantel Earlywine for giving each child a stuffed animal with a ribbon and sack of candy around their neck. This was a favorite of all the kids.
New Years is a time to look back at the wonderful things last year brought, well the jury is still out on RAGBRAI. But I prefer to spend more time thinking about all the great things the new year will provide.
Girl Scouts Coming!!
Clint and Diane Milbourn are new arrivals to Randolph. After moving into town five months ago, Diane, Clint and their three kids became very involved in the library.
After asking around about experiences available to the children in the area she realized there was not a girl scout troop available. Seeing how much the boys in town were enjoying boy scouts she has decided to organize a girl scout troop in Randolph that would serve the FM school district. If you have a daughter K-6th grade who would like to be in girl scouts please leave your contact information at the library and Diane will get back to you. Library phone number is 625-3561