The City office will be closed this Friday, July 3, 2015 for the 4th of July Holiday. Have a safe and happy 4th.
Limestone Days was held Saturday, June 27th. A big THANK YOU to the Limestone Days Committee for putting on another wonderful, fun-filled day.
Congratulations to Riley Kerans for being crowned Miss Weeping Water 2015.
Anyone who is operating an UTV/ATV on the city streets, needs to stop by the City office and register that vehicle. There is a $25 fee and we need to see proof of insurance and a valid drivers license. Tags for the UTV/ATV’s are valid from January 1st thru December 31st of the current year.
Close Up is sponsoring a fireworks stand across the street from the Weeping Water Express Lane. The funds raised help the students with their trip to Washington DC next year. Please stop by and help support the Junior Class. Thank you.
Due to construction on the south side of the school, neither the high school or elementary south doors will be open. Please use the northwest doors until further notice.
Senior meals for the week of June 29 – July 3:
Monday – June 29th
Chicken & noodles, peas & carrots, cottage cheese w/fruit, cookie
Wednesday, July 1st
Goulash, green beans, lettuce salad, brownies
Friday, July 3rd
Monday, July 6th
Wednesday, July 8th
Meatloaf, potato salad, peas, jello, rice krispie bar
Check out the exciting things going on at the library this summer!
Auditions for ‘Proof’ at Lofte Community Theatre
Manley, NE [June 29, 2015] - The Lofte Community Theatre in Manley will be holding open auditions for the award-winning play, ‘Proof’ on July 20 and 21 at 7pm. Written by David Auburn, this play won both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award in 2001.
Artistic Director Kevin Colbert is looking for two women and two men to bring this story to life. Catherine is the brilliant daughter of an esteemed mathematician who has just died after a prolonged mental illness. One of the professor’s students has discovered a wealth of cutting-edge calculations and assumes they are the work of his late mentor. Can Catherine provide proof that the work is hers, and that she’s not mentally ill like her father?