Please stop by the city office to license your UTV/ATV for the 2014 calendar year. You will need to bring your drivers license and proof of insurance along with a $25 registration fee. Licenses are valid January 1 thru December 31, 2014. Office hours are 8-4, Monday-Friday. Please call the office at 402-267-5152 with any questions.
The pet clinic will be held Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 9-11am at the fire barn. Plattsmouth Vet Clinic will be on hand to give vaccinations and you can also license your pet(s) at that time. There is a $7 per pet licensing fee and you need to have proof of rabies vaccine. All pets must be licensed by May 1st.
AFTER PROM FUNDRAISER
During the Weeping Water VS Louisville Basketball games at Weeping Water
WHEN: Thursday, February 13th
WHERE: Weeping Water Cafeteria
The After Prom Committee will be serving the below menu options to help fund our 2014 after prom activities.
Senior meals are available at the Hopper Community Center, 101 W Eldora Ave., Suite 3, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call Ruth Vogt at 402-267-5303 to reserve a meal or schedule a delivery.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
chicken noodle soup
ham salad sandwich
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10
tomato & zucchini
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12
ham & beans
Filing Date Deadlines
Primary Election: May 13, 2014
Incumbent filing deadline: February 18, 2014
Non-Incumbent filing deadline: March 3, 2014
The following terms on the Weeping Water City Council expire in 2014:
Mayor, Howard Stubbendieck and
2 City Council positions - Mitch Miller & Kelly Jo Nutter
there are 3 positions on the Weeping Water School Board that expire.
The Cass County Republican Party will host its annual Lincoln-Eisenhower-Reagan Dinner on Tuesday the 18th of February at the County Fairgrounds in Weeping Water. Guest speakers include all six Governor Candidates: Tom Carlson, Mike Foley, Charlie Janssen, Beau McCoy, Pete Ricketts, and Bryan Slone. Opening remarks will be provided by District 2 Senate Candidates Bill Kitner and Ron Nolte. For tickets ($15 each) contact Dean Helmick at 402-298-7281.
Mahoney State Park Opens 2014 with "Always A Bridesmaid"
Mahoney State Park announces that KBC Productions will open the comedy, "Always a Bridesmaid," at the Kountze Memorial Theater on Saturday, January 18. The story is written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten. Four girlfriends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other's wedding....no matter what. More than thirty years later, these Southern friends-for-life are determined to honor that vow.
The classmates include Brandy Palatas and Kathleen Smith (Papillion), Sharon Kryger (LaVista) and Melinda Mead (Plattsmouth). Brenda Jones (Louisville) and Samantha Colbert (Lincoln) complete the rest of the cast. The play is produced by KBC Productions and directed by Kevin Colbert. Performance dates are February 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, and 16. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30pm and Sundays are at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under. For reservations contact Mahoney State Park at 402-944-2523 ext. 7122.
"Belles and Whistles" Take the Stage at Lofte Community Theatre
The Lofte Theatre in Manley announces that the mother-daughter duo group, "Belles and Whistles" will take the stage on Saturday, February 15 at 7pm. All seats are reserved and tickets are only $15.
This Omaha based group is likened to another family duo, "The Judd's." Daughter Kelli leads with her charming vocals with mother Jaymie singing harmony and playing guitar. Jaymie is no stranger to combining family and music. For many years, she was on the road singing with her sisters in their popular band, "Mulberry.". During the past two years, "Belles and Whistles" has performed with Trace Adkins, Jerrod Niemann, Montgomery Gentry, Scott McCreery and many others.
Call the Lofte Box Office at 402-234-2553 for reservations. The Lofte is located just east of intersection of Hwy 1 and Hwy 50 near the town of Manley.
CASS COUNTY CASA VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
We are currently recruiting CASA Volunteers for the upcoming training session scheduled in April 2014. We only train two classes a year, call and reserve your spot today.
What does a Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer do? Each CASA volunteer is screened, trained and completes 30 hours of pre-service training. Once trained, CASA volunteers are assigned under the Juvenile Court jurisdiction to speak on behalf of a child to ensure the needs and interests of abused and neglected children are being met.
Who are CASA volunteers? Our active volunteers are individuals from our community who work part-time, full-time or are retired. Volunteers commit to one year with a child, but seldom leave a case until it has been terminated.
If I can't be a CASA volunteer, how can I help? In addition to training new CASA volunteers, we are also in need of administrative services support such as filing, data entry and making copies.
Your help directly benefits the Cass County CASA Program. A donor-supported volunteer organization whose mission is to offer court-appointed volunteer advocacy to children that are abused, neglected and often find themselves lost in the court system. Through Cass County CASA, these children are placed with advocates that speak on their behalf and know them well enough to make informed recommendations to the judge.