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.
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.
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 19
mash potatoes & gravy
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24
cream chicken on biscuit
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
roast beef & gravy
All county races are up for re-election!
If you were ever interested in running for a county office, now is the time.
If you are a Non-Incumbent (Non office holder) your filing deadline is March 3.
To see a listing of ALL offices go to http://www.cassne.org/Election/Offices_Up_for_Election.html
For a Candidate filing form go to http://www.cassne.org/Election/Forms/Candidate_Filing_Form.pdf
Mike Barrett has signed up to run for Mayor of Weeping Water
Kelly Jo Nutter has filed for re-election for the City Council
Primary Election May 13, 2014
Non-Incumbent filing deadline is March 3, 2014
The following terms on the Weeping Water City Council will 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 Lofte Community Theatre in Manley will be holding its annual Volunteer Recognition Night on Saturday, February 22 starting at 6pm. This event is open to all volunteers: actors, ushers, parkers, corporate sponsors and private donors.
The evening will begin with a catered meal provided by "Git 'Er Done Cook'n" of Avoca. The Lofte will hold its annual business meeting, recognize outstanding volunteers, review the past season and find out what's in store for the future. All Lofte alumni are welcome to attend.
News from First UMC Louisville
Right after the new year our church decided to start collecting coats and blankets for area shelters. It was turning out to be a very cold winter and we wanted to do our part. We put up flyers in the church, sent out emails and put a box in the city offices. The response was incredible.
Within two weeks we had collected over 200 pounds of coats and blankets. In the next two weeks we collected over 200 pounds and in the past few weeks we have added at least 300 pounds more. I do not know how many total coats and blankets were collected but it was enough to stuff an SUV to the brim 3 times!! We still have more coming in!
Donated items were taken to the Open Door Mission, Lydia House in Omaha and Under His Wings Thrift Store in Plattsmouth.
Thank you very much to all who donated and continue to do so. This will be an annual event at our church.
Pastor Bob Wynn - First United Methodist Church, Louisville