Weeping Water Nebraska


The City has an opening on the Planning Board and one on the Board of Adjustment.  If you would be interested in serving on one or both of these committees, please call the City office at 402-267-5152.  Thank you for your consideration.


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Coming Home for the Holidays was a huge success this past Saturday.  Sarah Harms said they had around 140 children come and visit Santa Claus!

Thanks to the Home for the Holidays committee and everyone who organized the craft/vendor show.   

Also, thanks to Gary & Kari Wockenfuss for providing the above picture.


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How would you like a cultural experience without leaving home?

Youth For Understanding - YFU USA (60+years proud) is looking for Host Families for 2nd Semester students in  your community.

Weeping Water High School would welcome a JULIE FROM BRAZIL for the 2nd SEMESTER school year and we only need a wonderful HOST FAMILY...are you ready to host?

Families provide a bed, 3 daily meals and share your life with the student from 60+ countries.  The students have health insurance and bring their own spending money.

JULIE loves music and just learned to play the guitar / she's involved in her civic youth group and loves animals BUT HAS to have all animals with fur outside due to her allergies.

She would arrive around the 2nd week in January and will be part of your family until Mid June.

Hosting can be one of the most rewarding, fun and enriching experiences your family can have.  Contact Patty at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 866-493-8872 ex6108 (or locally at 402-342-6737) to learn more about hosting JULIE FROM BRAZIL.

Visit our website at www.yfu-usa.org to learn more about scholarships to study abroad, an application for hosting and volunteer opportunities as well.


First Nebraska Bank Supporting American Cancer Society through "12 Months of Giving" Charity Initiative

First Nebraska Bank is supporting the American Cancer Society during the month of December as a part of a charity drive implemented in 2014 called "12 Months of Giving."  The concept is simple; for every "like" received on its Facebook page, First Nebraska Bank will donate $1 to the American Cancer Society.

First Nebraska Bank has always endeavored to have a positive effect on its customers, employees and the communities in which they live and work-beyond merely the financial services it offers.  In fact, it was this sense of community obligation that led to the creation of the "12 Months of Giving" campaign, which was born from the notion that the bank's customers, employees and communities can accomplish more when they work together as a team.

According to Clark Lehr, president of First Nebraska Bank, this philosophy has long been a fundamental part of the bank's mission: "Not only is this a great way for Nebraskans to contribute to charitable causes by simply clicking the "like" button on our Facebook page, for us, it's also definitely in keeping with our philosophy of hometown commitment and being a part of the communities we serve."

Employees of First Nebraska Bank selected the American Cancer Society because, unfortunately, cancer has touched many of their lives in one way or another.  Each of them knows someone who has been diagnosed with cancer.  First Nebraska Bank has current and past employees who have battled this disease; they have family members and friends that have also been affected.  Cancer doesn't discriminate anyone for any reason.  That is why they chose the American Cancer Society as the charity to help with bank-wide support.

A bank-wide goal has been set to raise up to $500 per month for each charity, or a total of $6,000 donated to these charitable organizations by the end of the year.


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.


Wednesday, December 10, 2014

ham loaf

hash brown casserole


lettuce salad

fruit & cookie

Friday, December 12, 2014

roast beef & gravy

mash potatoes



banana bar

Monday, December 15, 2014

beef & noodles


relish tray

fruit salad


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

baked chicken

mash potatoes & gravy

green beans

lettuce salad

cake/ice cream


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The Lofte Community Theatre will usher in the holiday season on Saturday, December 6 with the hilarious family comedy, "Christmas Belles."  Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, "Belle" is the story of three squabbling southern sisters trying to pull off their church's Christmas program.

Poor suffering Frankie is pregnant with twins and weeks past her due date.  Hot-flash suffering Honey Rae is trying to keep the Tabernacle of the Lamb's Christmas program from spiraling out of control and middle sister, Twink, is in jail for inadvertently setting the town on fire.  Their hilarious holiday journey through a misadventure-filled Christmas Eve is guaranteed to bring joy to your world!  If you saw the Lofte's first season production, "Dearly Beloved," you will recognize many of the same colorful characters in this sequel.

Directed by Kevin Colbert, the play features Keri Hogue of Elmwood, Shari Hoelker of Omaha and Wendy Allen of Plattsmouth as the three Futrelle sisters.  The production also showcases the talents of Randy Wallace and Doug Rothgeb of Omaha, Ross Mumford and Ken Snyder of Elmwood, Kirsten Wood and Melinda Mead of Plattsmouth, Betty Colbert of Weeping Water and Alyssa DePaolo of Lincoln.

"Christmas Belles" runs December 12-14 and 19-21.  Friday and Saturday night curtain times are 7:30pm.  All Sunday performances are 2pm matinees.  Tickets are $19, but there are special reduced rates for groups of 20 or more.  Call the box office at 402-234-2553 to make reservations.


Pictured above:  Shari Hoelker, Keri Hogue and Wendy Allen


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