SUBLETTE — This is not the last year of the Sublette Toy Show.
Don Dinges, one of the show’s organizers, told the Sublette Village Board during their monthly meeting on Monday night, that he has heard rumors around town that this is the final year for the show. The toy show is scheduled for March 18 and 19.
Dinges wanted to put the rumors to rest. He said that this will not be the final year of the show. In fact, Dinges said, more people have volunteered this year than in previous years.
Dinges also reported Max Armstrong will be on the speaker for the dinner on Saturday night at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall. Dinges said tickets are still available. To purchase tickets contact Dinges, Dean Stephenitch or Pioneer State Bank. The cost is $20 per ticket and includes catered dinner, program and door prizes.
Dinges also updated the board that a laundromat should be opening in Sublette in April, and that someone had expressed interested in opening an ice cream parlor in Sublette.
In other board business:
All members of the board were present except Jim Hochstatter and Tim Bonnell.
The next village board meeting will be held at 7 p.m., on Monday, April 10, at the Ellice Dinges Center in Sublette.