Weeping Water Nebraska


The Fall Festival was a wonderful success.  Thanks to everyone who participated.

The Scarecrow contest was won by Grandpa Snazzys and April Cover, Attorney, for their "invisible" guy. 2nd place went to First Nebraska Bank and City of Weeping Water won 3rd place.  All the scarecrows were very original.  A big thank-you to everyone who entered one in the contest.


Cindy Spilinek and Betty Neumeister won the Scavenger Hunt and both will be receiving $50 Chamber Bucks gift certificates.   

Thanks to all who participated in the car show.  With the weather being unpredictable it was nice to see as many in the show as we did.  Hopefully, next year the show will be even bigger!   


On Thursday, October 3rd, my husband, John Fleming, will be 54 years young.  If you see him Thursday, be sure and wish him a Happy Birthday!!


    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

October 2, 2013

cheddar loafs

boiled potatoes

country blend

carrot salad


October 4, 2013

beef & noodles

peas & carrots

jello w/fruit


October 7, 2013

Bingo - Potluck

join us for an afternoon of fun and food

October 9, 2013


green beans

lettuce salad

garlic bread

cake & berries


 Blakes Pharmacy will be providing free flu shots to all Medicare patients on Monday, October 7, 2013 from 11am to noon at the Community Center, 101 W Eldora Ave., Suite 3, Weeping Water.  Please bring your Medicare card with you.

Shots will be offered to non-Medicare patients at a cost of $25.



Seventh-Annual "Doggy Day" Planned at Bloom Where You're Planted Farm

On Saturday, October 5th, Bloom Where You're Planted Farm is going to the dogs for an event to benefit Happy Paws Animal Advocacy and the Plattsmouth Animal Shelter.

Farm owners Terry and Teresa Lorensen are inviting visitors to bring their canine companions to the farm for a day of exercise and exciting farm sights and smells.  Doggy admission is $5.00 and all doggy admission proceeds will be donated to the Plattsmouth Animal Shelter and Happy Paws, a pet advocacy group that supports the shelter.  Donation jars will be in place so that even those who don't bring a dog can still participate.

Volunteers from the organizations will be on-site throughout the day with literature and pets which can be adopted from the shelter.

"Many of the animals we have here at the farm, including our dogs and cats, have been adopted, and we want to help other animals who need new homes," said Teresa Lorensen.  "It's a cause we care a lot about."

Bloom Where You're Planted Farm is located at 911-108th St., rural Avoca, NE.  Their annual pumpkin patch festival runs through October 27th.  Hours are Fridays 1-6pm and Saturday/Sundays 10am-6pm.  For more information and a complete listing of events at the farm, visit their website, www.bloompumpkinpatch.com.

Additional Information

Bloom Where You're Planted Farm is located at 911-108th St., rural Avoca, NE, 27 miles east of Lincoln or 30 miles south of Omaha.  Take US Hwy 34 to 108th Street, then travel 1/2 mile north.  Visit www.BloomPumpkinPatch.com for a map, directions, and a calendar of special events, or call 402-267-4104.

The farm is owned and operated by Terry and Teresa Lorensen, and has been in Teresa's family since 1944.  The farm and pumpkin patch opened to the public in 2005.


Scary Stroll


defense class




sunset banquet


'Nunset Boulevard' Opens at Lofte Community Theatre

The Lofte Community Theatre in Manley opens the wacky musical-comedy 'Nunset Boulevard' on Saturday, October 12.  'Nunset' is the sixth installment of the popular series chronicling the antics little sisters of Hoboken.  This time they have been invited to perform at the Hollywood Bowl.  However, upon their arrival, they discover that it's acctually the Hollywood Bowl-A-Rama and Cabaret Lounge.  When they find there is a screen test going on across the street, they think stardom is just a few steps away!  This is a fun family-friendly evening filled with lighthearted comedy and fantastic vocals.

Directed by Kevin Colbert, the play stars the operatically trained Janet Sorensen of Elmwood as Reverend Mother.  Her second in command, Sister Mary Hubert is played by Betty Colbert.  Anna Stroebel of Papillion, Charity Baker of Elmwood and Samantha Colbert and Alyssa DiPaolo both of Lincoln fill out the ranks.

The production opens October 12 and runs October 13, 18-20 and 24-27.  Tickets are $17.  Reservations can be made by calling the Lofte box office at 402-234-2553 or visiting the Lofte website at Lofte.com




steak dinner


Good Samaritan_Society


National 4-h_week


Safety Seat_Inspection