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Utility Bill is due in 22 days!

The flowers were voted on and paid for by Hometown Pride and Diana Milbourn made the piece. It will be put out every year on Veterans day and Memorial Day.

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“Pride in Our Past…Faith in Our Future”

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

Library Hours:
Wednesday  10:00-noon; 2:00-5:30
Saturday  8:30-11:30

Closed Friday and Sunday

Librarian: Linda Heywood



Library News from Linda

If you haven’t noticed school is out for summer. Our summer reading program “Build a Better World” begins on June 1st. We have 50 children signed up, which I believe is record. I know we plan on being very busy, but it will be worth it to keep the kids’ reading.

Our school year reading program ended last week. Andy Carter, son of Lindsey and Dave Carter won the $10 reward in May. I will give the kids’ this week to get all their tickets turned in and we will have our last drawing for that program on Monday.

Part of “Build a Better World” is to instill a desire in children to become a part of the community. Teaching this concept to children is easier than you might think. This age group already recognizes the concept of being a part of a team, we simply need to show them how to transfer the idea of team work to community involvement. The library kids helped remove the dead flowers from the pots on main street and plant the new flowers. Everyone who helped was covered in mud, but seemed to truly enjoy themselves. On Sunday, I asked as many kids’ as possible to come to the cemetery and help take down the flags. We had a good turnout. The kids did a great job taking down the little flags and winding them up. They were then responsible for carrying the big flags to the ladies on the cemetery board to fold. Although the flags were large for little hands, not one flag touched the ground. Two community tasks in two weeks that were accepted and completed with not one word of what do I get for doing it. The cookies Sherry Perkins supplied at the end was gladly accepted however. Some special thanks from me to all the children and adults who helped.

If you have not witnessed the process of putting up and taking down of the flags it is a fine-tuned operation. Thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who serve on the cemetery board and make it possible for everyone to enjoy the beautiful flags.

I would also like to thank Home Town Pride for providing the beautiful wreath for the top of the war memorial. Special thanks to Diane Milbourn for designing and constructing the wreath and Clint Milbourn for putting the wreath up.

Fun Day News:

June Fun Day meeting will be June 20th at 6:00 pm at the Community Building. Volunteers are always welcome. Please attend if you able your imput is welcomed or contact Teresa Hardy Randolph Fun Day Event Coordinator at 712-313-0387.

Hometown Pride:

All types of shoes, including cleats are accepted! Drop off at the Randolph library! Collecting now through June 15! If you need shoes picked up call Lindsey at 402-981-8940.

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.


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.


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


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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