Weeping Water Nebraska

WEEPING WATER_SIGN

The garbage carts that Cass County Refuse have been delivering CANNOT be used for recycling.  Please purchase or use a separate container for your recycling.

  Thank you.

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The Summer Reading Program at the Library is every Tuesday morning throughout the month of July starting at 10am.

DIG INTO READING

Reading Program

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Senior Citizen Meals at the Community Center

101 W Eldora Ave  Suite 3

start serving at 11am

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

or schedule a delivery

July 24, 2013

runza casserole

green beans

cottage cheese

fresh fruit

cookie

July 26, 2013

roast beef & gravy

mash potatoes

carrots

jello

cookie bar

July 29, 2013

cheddar loafs

boiled potatoes

california blend 

fruit salad

pudding/wafer

July 31, 2013

lasagna

green beans

lettuce salad

brownie

fresh fruit

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The invincibles, a fellowship group for seniors 55+, begins on Monday @ 10:30am at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) north of the Weeping Water Post Office.

Nine of ten women will be widows before they die.  Older people are looking at how to live in the second half of life.  Coffee or snacks will be served.

We have small groups for youth, those coping with mental illness, and those trying to find joy despite addictions.  Groups are open to anyone.

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Public Meeting Input Needed for County Waste Resource Plan

Wednesday July 24th 4pm at the Expo building at the Fairgrounds

Cass County will be updating their 1994 Waste Management Plan.

In cooperation with the public, our cities and villages, and other governmental agencies, this meeting will provide the opportunity to shape the vision of what our new Waste Resource Plan will look like.

Mark your calendars and plan to attend!!!

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Cowboy Church

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Mel Brooks' Hit, 'The Producers' at the Lofte Community Theatre

Mel Brooks' classic tale of Broadway shenanigans, 'The Producers' is playing at the Lofte Community Theatre in Manley.  

Main characters Max Biailystock (played by Harold L. Scott of Lincoln) and Leo Bloom (played by Cory Misek also of Lincoln) along with voluptuous Ulla (played by Emma Rasmussen of Omaha) take the audience on a ramp of outrageous in-your-face humor.  Classic songs include, 'Springtime for Hilter,' 'Keep it Gay,' 'When You Got It, Flaunt It.'  Kevin Colbert of Weeping Water is Artistic Director.  Betty Colbert is the Musical Director and Noelle Bohaty is choreographer.  We suggest PG-13 for this show.

Production dates are July 25-28 and August 1-4.  Ticket prices are $18.  All shows begin at 7:30pm except of Sunday afternoons which are 2pm matinees.  Reservations can be made by calling the Lofte box office at 402-234-2553 or purchased online at www.Lofte.com

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Auditions

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Mark your calendars:  The 2013 Cass County Fair dates are August 6-10, 2013.

Cass County Fair 2013 - Amateur Video Contest

2013 CASS COUNTY FAIR VIDEO CONTEST PRIZES:

1ST PLACE  $300

2ND PLACE  $150

3RD PLACE  $50

The Cass County Fair is again sponsoring a video contest.

An advance pre-registration form must be submitted prior to making and submitting your video.  The form can be filled out and submitted online.

See the county fair website:  www.CassFair.com/videocontest2013

The deadline for submission of your video will be Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at 5pm.  Winners will be announced and the videos published on the Fair Website www.CassFair.com on August 18, 2013.  This will give time for both creative editing and careful judging.

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Pillage at_the_Village

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Make plans to participate in the

Show N Shine - Contact Beau Flint - 402-297-6660

Craft Show - Contact Tammy Cavanaugh - 402-267-5228 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Community Garage Sales - Contact Lisa Hohn 402-267-4685 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

during the 6th Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, September 28, 2013.

Much more information coming soon!

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entertainment plaza 

       The 4-H Revolution of Responsibility was alive and well as Cass County 4-Hers participated in the latest 4-H summer workshops targeting elements of the 4-H Strategic Plan - STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), Ag Literacy, Career Development, Citizenship and Leadership and Healthy Living while learning valuable life skills and having FUN!

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TOP PICTURE  -  Conrad Schroeder dabbles with his work of art during the Modern Geometric Pattern Painting workshop as his brother, Jared, looks on.

BOTTOM PICTURE  -  Valerie Miller sews one of the last seams on her patriotic rag quilt during the "One for the Fair" and "Many to Share" Quilts of Valor Workshop Day.

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TOP PICTURE  -  Showing off their partially finished Quilt of Valor to be donated to military personnel as part of the Quilts of Valor program are Emma C., Elijah Bolin, Faith C., and Valerie Miller.

BOTTOM PICTURE  -  Got Milk??  Powering up with Dairy is Kaleigh Meloy with her Purple Cow drink at the end of the Clover Kid Fun Day.  Other projects included "A Cow On My Pizza", Butterfly Bounty, T-shirt Frenzy and Bold Birds.  "Go Green" projects included a Tube Racer, Flowerpot Cow and Pocket Purse incorporating recycled materials.

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TOP PICTURE  -  Blast Off!!  Raelyn Wilson watches as Alexis Ahrens and Reba Wilson strain to capture the film canister "rocket" after its carbon dioxide blast off during the Go Green Science Fun Day.  4-Hers also experienced the Incredible, Edible Aquifer, A Clay Port Weathervane, CD Gardening, a Toothbrush EcoBot Challenge, and a Scientrific! t-shirt.

BOTTOM PICTURE  -  Brooklyn and Jillian Rathe are finished with their "hotdog" pillowcases - one each to enter in the fair and one each to donate to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota after participating in the Weeping Water Whiz Kidz 4-H Club sewing workshop.