Shelby ‘Roars’ into action around town.

July 31, 2018

Shelby ‘Roars’ into action around town.


SHELBY – The Shelby Roars Community Improvement Committee and volunteers sprang into action Wednesday, July 25, to help clean up the village.

A group of more than 20 people gathered to tackle some significant improvements in front of Thomas Read Elementary School and along the sidewalk at Cemetery Hill on Sixth Street.

Committee members and volunteers included Curt Trott, Don and Mayme Wyns, Paul Inglis, Mike and Judie McGovern, Rick Zoulek, Sharon Burmeister, Damian Omness, and Constance Campagna.

“Thanks to everyone who came out and pitched in,” said Shelby Village Administrator Rob Widigan. “A special shout out to John Heykoop and Eagle Towing and the Shelby Department of Public Works for supplying the mechanical muscle for this project.”

Participants also included village employees Police Chief Ryan Furman, Police Officer Gabe LeBlanc, and Administrator Widigan.

The Shelby Roars Community Improvement Committee’s next clean-up day will be Thursday, Aug. 9, at 1 p.m. Participants will meet at The Ladder Community Center on North State Street.

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