Weeping Water Nebraska

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Pet citations will be issured at the end of the month, so please stop at the city office before then and license your pet.  We just need proof of rabies vaccine and there is a $7 fee.

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Citizens are asked to keep their curbsides clear of rock and debris.  Also, please don't blow your grass clippings into the street.  Thank you for your cooperation.

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THE POOL WILL OPEN NEXT WEEK, MONDAY, MAY 26TH.

Prices will remain the same as last year:

Daily pass $4

10 punch card $35

Single Pass $75

Family Pass $125

Swimming lessons will be available.  Please contact Mary Mozena at 402-267-7755 on or after May 26th.

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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 order a meal or schedule a delivery.

  Upcoming Menu

 

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

meatballs in gravy

mash potatoes

succotash

jello

pudding

 

Friday, May 23, 2014

salmon

baked potatoes

creamed peas

coleslaw

applesauce bars

 

Monday, May 26, 2014

Memorial Day - Center closed

 

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

beef & noodles

carrots

fruit salad

cookie

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The Weeping Water Lions Club is now selling peaches and pears.

Peaches

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Water fights

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Cass Classifieds Everywhere

After 6 months testing the Classified Ad Section on the Louisville Nebraska City website, we are comfortable rolling the feature out County/Network Wide with the
May 21st Newsletter!
Beginning with the Wed 5/21/2014 Newsletter all of the Communities will be able to post, buy, sell ads for general merchandise such as mowers, baby cribs, cars, computers and Real Estate.
We especially hope that the classified ads will be used to post Jobs, look for positions, and post special events, birthdays, church events and Garage Sales.
Certainly there are lots of places on the Internet to post ads, but I know that some folks are uncomfortable with using EBay or Craigs List - this is just your neighbors and should be a bit less scary.
Step 1: you do need to have an account, and an email address to manage your ads. You will be notified to renew your ad, you can change info, pricing, and pics as long as you have this account.
Step 2: create an ad, indicate if it is Elmwood, Eagle, Louisville and Alvo and post it
Step 3: wait for approval. We will approve ads as close to immediately as possible. We need to take a quick peek and make sure that it is a real ad, and if anything needs fixing we will fix it.
Step 4: post it to Facebook if you like!
Ads will now show everywhere, regardless if it was posted in Elmwood or Alvo. Our number one request was to post once, and make it visible everywhere. Ads will also be Goggle/Twitter searchable as well as location, travel directions searchable.
So, get cracking! Create that account, and post everything in your garage and basement!
If you need some assistance TEXT us at 4029680821
Computer John

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NEHAWKA - CONESTOGA ALUMNI DINNER

SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2014

NEHAWKA COMMUNITY BUILDING

6PM

Covered-dish dinner

(Table service and drinks will be provided)

Honored classes include:

75 year - 1939

60 year - 1954

50 year - 1964

25 year - 1989

10 year - 2004

Please spread the word to those in the honored classes!

Any questions, please call Susan Rice - 402-227-3855

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The Village of Beaver Crossing experienced two tornados on May 11th.  There was extensive damage to over 60% of the community.  The Village is looking for any help that you can offer.  Specifically they are looking for:

heavy equipment to move debris

manual laboreres

people to cook/serve food for the volunteers w/BBQ

meat to cook

napkins, plates, condiments

hand sanitizer

paper towels, toilet paper

sunscreen

brooms, rakes, shovels

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Aldrich Quilt_Show

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"Dearly Beloved" Opens Lofte's 38th Season

The Lofte Community Theatre in Manley announces the opening of "Dearly Beloved" on their main stage on May 24th.  Frankie has almost made herself sick with the elaborate preparations for her daughter's antebellum wedding, and the rumor mill in little Fayro, Texas is working overtime.  Frankie and her sisters are no strangers to gossip.  They had a scandalous breakup of their almost-famous gospel trio, "The Sermonettes."

Despite Frankie's converations with her dead mother, Honey Raye's habit of racing to the altar time after time, and Twink's own struggle to get her boyfriend of 15 years down the aisle, Frankie is determined to pull off this wedding with elegance and style.  However, this is made more difficult when the wedding dinner is turned into a potluck supper sponsored by Clovis Sanford's House of Meat and gold lame gowns are worn to the church!

Directed by Kevin Colbert, the cast stars Chris Werger of Eagle: Alyssa Dipaolo of Lincoln, Shari Hoelker, Doug Rotheg, and Randy Wallace of Omaha; Keri Hogue of Elmwood; Wendy Allen, Pat Billings, Bret Tincher and Melinda Mead of Plattsmouth and Kevin Colbert of Weeping Water.

Production dates for the show are May 24, 25, 30, 31 and June 1 and 6-8.  Curtain times are 7:30pm except for Sundays which are 2pm matinees.  Single show tickets are $19, but you can buy a season pass for $65 until June 8.  The season pass entitles one person admission to all five regular season shows in 2014.  Call the Lofte box office at 402-234-2553 or purchase online at www.Lofte.com.

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   AMERICAN RED CROSS

100 DAYS OF SUMMER

100 DAYS OF HOPE

 

CHOSE YOUR DAY TO GIVE HOPE

Summer is almost here, the season we've all been waiting for!  It's 100 days of high dives, ball games and barbecues.  It's 100 ways to dress a burger, catch some shade, or get out of town.

It's also 100 chances between Memorial Day and Labor Day to give hope.  Whatever your summer plans are, we hope you'll consider donating blood with the American Red Cross!  You can easily choose your day to help save three lives making an appointment to donate blood.

Every two secnds this summer, someone like you will need blood.  Donating is quick and easy, and like all good things this time of year, it's worth celebrating.  

This summer, we're sharing amazing stories of donors and recipients and offering promotional giveaways to inspire you all summer long!  Visit our website to connect throughout the summer, and be sure to share your Red Cross experience with others on social media using #ChooseYourDay!

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Cass County_Fair

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Flagpoles for_sale

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Son-Shine Child_Care