Town News

Kathy Mekelburg


Spring arrived officially Sunday with cold temperatures and the threat of a major snow storm. I arose early Sunday to go to the Open House at Tradewinds Shop ‘n Save. It was only 20 degrees outside. The parking lot was almost full but the crowd in the store was manageable. I was given an Easter ham and everything was 10% off. I did my shopping and when I got home it had warmed up into the 30s.

Last Thursday night, the Robbinston Historical Society met at the Visitor’s Center for its first meeting of the year. Teresa Stefan is working on a program to involve the town and its history. Appreciation was given to those who helped at the Christmas Tea. The Duvalls were thanked for decorating the Christmas tree, cutting down the trees were a threat to the safety of the Chapel and Visitor’s Center, and for the work on the Chapel. Under new business: Bobbi will have the newsletter ready in April, a date will be set in May for the clean-up and planting in the garden. The next meeting will be April 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the Visitor’s Center. The annual budget will be presented.


Get well wishes to Rosella Lagerquist.