On Labor Day, I drove to Randolph for their corn roast, parade and celebration.
I thought it was one of the most refreshing events I have seen in a long time. It was truly “America in a Norman Rockwell painting.” There was the parade marshals Hugh and Jane Roberts who should have a statue put up in their honor for all they have done for Randolph. There was the cool car show, the children's’ rides, the band entertainment, and the delicious free corn. The food was great and reasonably priced with brats and huge pieces of pie for only $2 each.
The best part was the people. All the workers (volunteers) were extremely nice and cooperative. Everything ran like clockwork. Best of all were the people. There were many families there and everyone was totally courteous and friendly. The beer tent had very few people in it as most people were simply enjoying the atmosphere and each other.
It reminded me of a time long past when people were kind and helped out their neighbor. It showed me that there still is a lot of good in America. Congratulations, Randolph, you truly “Made America Great Again.”
Morry Raymond, Beaver Dam