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“Pride in Our Past…Faith in Our Future”

 

City Hall Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday
10 am to 2 pm  
City Clerk: Lora Dankof  
City Hall: 625.2601

Library Hours:
Monday-2:00-5:30
Tuesday-1:30-6:00
Wednesday  10:00-noon; 2:00-5:30
Thursday-2:00-5:30
Saturday  8:30-11:30

Closed Friday and Sunday

 
Librarian: Linda Heywood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Meetings/Events (All Open to the Public):

City Council Regular Meeting – 7:00PM on the first Tuesday of the Month at City Hall

Hometown Pride – 6PM on 2nd Tuesday of the Month at Community Center

Library Committee – 5:30PM on 2nd Wednesday of Month at the Library

Fun Day Meeting – 6:00PM 3rd Tuesday of the Month at the Community Center

 

 

Library News from Linda

We have added three new James Patterson books to the library in the last month. If you like James Patterson, stop in and check out “Bow Down Humans”, “Never, Never”, and “The Black Book”. Have you ever noticed how many of the animated movies being made these days and marketed to children are very good movies. The movies “Trolls” and “Moana” are two of those movies. You can check both out at the library.

Enrollment for the summer reading program “Build a Better World” has begun. Enrollment forms are available at the library. We will be meeting Thursdays from 3:30 to 6PM. Schedule will be provided the first day. We will be gathering at the Fire Station/Community Center. Supplies have been ordered we are planning on 30 children. Need not be at each meeting, come when you can. Children will be asked to read a minimum of 60 minutes per week with rewards provided. Many activities planned which have been discussed with the kids at the library and they are excited to try them all.

Our library applied for and received the “Southwest Community Foundations Grant”. We wrote for money to improve the children’s area by adding more storage for books and learning games for the kids. New materials have been ordered and are already being delivered.

Cheyenne Vanatta daughter of Chris and Erin Vanatta won the drawing in April for the “School Year Reading Program”. We will draw again in May for the last time for this program.

Fun Day News:

May Fun Day meeting will be May 16th at 6:00 pm at the Community Building. Volunteers are always welcome. Please attend if you able your input is welcomed or contact Teresa Hardy Randolph Fun Day Event Coordinator at 712-313-0387.

City News:

The Easter Egg Hunt was a big success thanks to the Betterment Club and all the donations that were given!

A big thank you to Al Marshal, Dustin Moreland, and Gale Heywood Jr. for fixing the pot holes around town! And thanks to, Heartland Co-op, for letting the town use your air compressor to clean out the holes.

Major park improvements are in the works.

 

Randolph Fun Days

It is hard to believe that in 4 short months we will be hosting Randolph Fun Days 2017.

The planning committee has been hard work getting everything lined up, signed up, reserved and confirmed for the upcoming festivities.

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During the last planning committee meeting the theme for the parade this year will be: Build a Better World so be planning an entry for the parade.

The carving for the raffle was voted on, the winning carving is the Welcome Owl.

Raffle tickets will be going on sale in July. If you would like to assist in selling tickets

please let Teresa Hardy know, she will be happy to provide you the tickets.

Remember to visit the Randolph Fun Days Face Book page share with your family

and friends. Trevor Perkins has done a wonderful job updating and adding

information to the page.

We need volunteers to help with various events. If you are interested in

volunteering the activity along with contact person for that activity is listed below. Any time is greatly appreciated, if it 1 hour or the whole day.

SATURDAY

Methodist Bake Sale – Molly Berger 402-618-4643

Vendors – Lindsey Carter 402-981-8940

Museums – Sherry Perkins 712-625-4411

Car Show – Dave Heywood 402-679-7645

Sand Volleyball – David Carter 712-350-0607

Lunch at the Community Building – Linda Heywood 712-625-3561

Parade – Jennie Hill 712-310-6184 or Phil Hunter 712-520-5514

Kids Time at the Park – Mini Carnival – Linda Heywood 712-625-3561

Supper at the Community Building – Teresa Hardy 712-313-0387

Music & Life Size games – Teresa Hardy 712-313-0387

Beer Garden – Coela Hunter 712-216-3534

Library selling items at street dance – Linda Heywood 712-625-3561

Park Committee selling food at street dance – Teresa Hardy 712-313-0387

SUNDAY

Breakfast at Community Building Hometown Pride – Lindsey Carter 402-981-8940

5K Color Vibe Run/Walk/Ride – Linda Heywood 712-625-3561

Greased Pig Contest – Teresa Hardy 712-313-0387

Ice Cream Social – Park Committee – Teresa Hardy 712-313-0387

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!!!!!!

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