Weeping Water Nebraska

WEEPING WATER_SIGN

CONGRATULATIONS TO REED KRAEGER WHO WON STATE CHAMPION IN CLASS D AT THE NEBRASKA STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT THIS WEEKEND!!

ALSO CONGRATULATIONS TO TRISTAN NUTTER WHO PLACED 5TH!!

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CITY OF WEEPING WATER

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS AVAILABLE

POOL MANAGER, ASSISTANT MANAGER, LIFEGUARDS, AND FITNESS INSTRUCTOR

Job Requirements:  Current lifeguard certification

Manager/Assistant Manager also require manager certification

Application Deadline - March 10, 2013

 

BALLPARK MANAGER & SUMMER MAINTENANCE POSITIONS

Must be 16, possess valid driver's license and be able to operate equipment for lawn care and/or ballfield prep.

Application Deadline - March 10, 2013

Salaries based on qualifications

 

For additional information or to obtain an application, contact the city clerk

PO Box 329 Weeping Water NE  68463 - 402-267-5152

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Our new camp host for the 2013 season is Emma Goracke.

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Now is the time to start making appointments with your vet to get your dog/cat vaccinated.  2013 pet licenses are now available and due by May 1, 2013.  You will need a current copy of your pet's rabies vaccine in order to be able to license.  There will be a pet clinic on April 13, 2013 from 9-11am at the fire barn.

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A reminder to all who own or operate an ATV or UTV on the city streets to please stop by the city office to register your vehicle.  This includes anyone who uses their vehicle for snow removal. There is a $25 registration fee.

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Volunteers will be needed for a cemetery clean-up day, Saturday, March 23, 2013.  More details available at a later date.

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Park use fees will stay the same again this year.  $40 for softball/baseball and $25 for T-ball.  Sign up sheets will be sent home from school and the city office will also have forms available.

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Fish Fry

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February is Black History Month, and in the spirit of Dr. Charles Drew, a black surgeon and blood specialist who became the first medical director of an American Red Cross blood bank in 1941, the Red Cross reminds all eligible donors how important it is that donors are as diverse as the patients who need their help.  Drew's pioneering work in blood collection and transfusion laid the foundation for modern blood banks.

All patients are matched by blood type and Rh factor prior to transfusion.  For some patients, additional red cell markers in donated blood also have been matched.  These markers are determined by ethnicity and are best found in a diverse donor base.

UPCOMING BLOOD DONATION OPPORTUNITIES IN CASS COUNTY

February 20 from 8am-2pm, Plattsmouth High School, 1916 Highway 34, Plattsmouth

February 22 from 1-7pm at Town Hall, 623 House Street, Avoca

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Joseph Hall as Elvis at the Lofte Community Theatre

Returning to the Lofte Community Theatre for the third consecutive year, ladies and gentlemen, "It's Elvis!"

That's right, back by popular demand, Nebraska native, Joseph Hall will amaze you with his live performance as Elvis Presley.  On Saturday, February 23 you can see Elvis at 2pm, 7pm or both.  All seats are assigned and tickets are $20.  Be advised that this event is very popular and sells rather quickly.

Those interested in tickets should call the Lofte at 402-234-2553.  The Lofte is located near the intersection of Hwy 1 and Hwy 50 near the town of Manley in Cass County.

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Senior Citizen Meals at the Community Center

101 W Eldora Ave  Suite 3

start serving at 11am

Contact Ruth Vogt 402-267-5303 to reserve a meal

or schedule a delivery

Upcoming Menu - Subject to Change

February 20, 2013

baked chicken

mash potatoes/gravy

corn

jello

birthday cake

ice cream

February 22, 2013

salmon

hash brown casserole

creamed peas

coleslaw

pie

February 25, 2013

chicken breast/gravy

mash potatoes

green beans

fruit salad

cookie bar

February 27, 2013

pork roast/gravy

mash potatoes

country veggies

cottage cheese

lemon bar

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Pat Schliefert hands over the keys of the Louisville Senior Center to the new Manager, Evelyn Hans.  Pat has announced her retirement this month after 15 years at the Senior Center.  Evelyn comes to the position with a degree in nursing home administration and 15 years of previous experience working as an activities director in long term care.  Her first priority is to increase awareness of what the Louisville Senior Center has to offer and increase attendance.  The center is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am-2pm and meals are delivered by ENOA (Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging) for a minimal fee.  Also, there is the availability to have in-home delivery of these meals.  anyone interested in eating in or dining at home must call one day in advance to make arrangements.  The Center is located at 423 Elm and the telephone number if 402-234-2120.  It's a fun place for seniors to play cards or bingo or do crafts.  Evelyn is also lining up entertainment as well as guest speakers.  Events will be posted in local venues.  But for now, pot luck lunches will return on the first Monday of the month from 12:00-1:00 - they are free if you bring a covered dish or the cost is $4.  And the biscuits and gravy breakfast will continue on the last Saturday of each month.  Everyone - of any age - is invited to partake in these two special meal events.  The next covered dish/potluck lunch will be Monday March 4th with corned beef and cabbage as the main dish.

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Concession Sales

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4-H month

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Scrap for_a_Cure

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miller family_benefit

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Medicare

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For Sale

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Lydia House