Weeping Water Nebraska

CITY OF WEEPING WATER
EMPLOYMENT POSITION AVAILABLE

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS AVAILABLE
ASSISTANT POOL MANAGER, LIFEGUARDS
Job Requirements: Current Lifeguard Certification & CPR
Manager/Assistant Manager also require Manager Certification
Application Deadline – March 9, 2018

BALLPARK MANAGER/SUMMER MAINTENANCE POSITIONS
Must be 16, possess valid driver’s license and be able to operate equipment for lawn care and/or equipment for ball field prep.
Application Deadline – March 9, 2018
Salaries based on qualifications

For additional information or to obtain an application, contact
City Clerk, PO Box 329, Weeping Water NE 68463
402-267-5152
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

              The City of Weeping Water is currently accepting bids for the operation of the Concession Stand at the Weeping Water Ballfield during the summer ball season for the ensuing year.  Bidders must be prepared to operate the concession stand for all scheduled games.  Operation of the stand during Limestone Days festivities is optional.  Additional information and a copy of the proposed contract may be obtained by contacting the City Clerk’s Office.

              All interested persons may submit a proposal to the City Clerk, PO Box 329, Weeping Water, NE 68463 by 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 9, 2018.  Minimum Bid-$500.

              The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive informalities in bids submitted.

Linda Fleming, City Clerk

 

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HELP WANTED:

The City of Weeping Water is accepting applications until March 1, 2018 for a full time Maintenance position. For a complete job description, contact the City Clerk, PO Box 329, Weeping Water NE 68463, 402-267-5152, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Salary and benefits based on experience. EOE

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Annual Meeting & 
Volunteer Recognition
Sunday, February 25 @ 2pm

It's a cross between a family reunion and the Oscars.  It's time once again for the Lofte's Annual Meeting & Volunteer Recognition!  
Mark your calendars for Sunday, February 25 at 2pm.  Desserts and refreshments will be provided.  
Outstanding volunteers will be recognized with a NEW CAR!  (Ok, it's a trophy.  I was just seeing if you were paying attention.)
Once the official business meeting is completed, Artistic Director Kevin Colbert will lead us on a journey through the crazy fun that was 2017!  Then he will give us a preview of what's in store for 2018. 
This is a casual event and we welcome you to bring your friends and families.  The more the merrier!

Lofte Boys Named Sue

 

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Free clothing

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WWfishfry2018

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MUR garage sales

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CCMT 2018

February 24 - Midnight Wanderers Band

March 10 - Elaine Behrends & Friends

** SUNDAY, March 25 - FREE ADMISSION! Gospel Show

March 31 - Kathy Dovel & Friends

*** 2 PM SHOW! April 7 - Cornhusker Jammers Show, (NOT a jam session)

April 14 - Jeanette Hill & August Moon Band

April 28 - Rayne Magill & Friends

More events TBA

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Bvr Lake Fish Club

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GrainMarketingBasics March 7

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Apple Corps Barbershop

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Immediate Job Openings at The Nebraska Masonic Home

THE NEBRASKA MASONIC HOME
Our Assisted Living/Nursing Care Facility
Seeks caring, devoted individuals.
We have competitive wages & excellent benefits!
PT RN or LPN6 pm – 6 am
PT CMA10 pm – 6 am
FT CNA’s2 pm – 10 pm
Weekends Only CNA’s, All Shifts
Weekends Only Housekeeper7.5 hrs/day
PT Dietary Assistants1-8:30 pm
Free single coverage medical, dental, vision; PayFlex; 401K Plan;
Educational Assistance, Competitive Wages
& Superior Working Environment
or call (402) 296-7330 for more information.
www.thenebraskamasonichome.org for an application – then hand deliver or mail.
Must pass pre-employment physical, drug test, and background checks.
***EOE***

APPLY NOW

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No Tobacco Challenge

Photo L to R: Angie Lauritsen, Gretna City Councilwoman; Lily Bock; Autumn Sky Burns, T.E.A.M. Sarpy Co. Coordinator

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
Feb. 13, 2018
CONTACT: Autumn Sky Burns, T.E.A.M. Sarpy Coordinator, (402) 593-3022

No Tobacco Challenge Artwork Winner Announced

 (Papillion, NE) – Tobacco Education & Advocacy of the Midlands (T.E.A.M.), Metro Omaha Tobacco Action Coalition (MOTAC), and Nebraska Methodist Health Systems invited over 1,500 third grade classrooms to participate in the “No Tobacco Challenge”. The challenge is a proactive, fun, and simple gateway to engaging students in Cass, Douglas, & Sarpy Counties in discussing the dangers of tobacco, and the importance of making health-conscious choices for our bodies. As part of the challenge, students were able to submit artwork to be featured on local billboards. The Grand Prize Winner's art was selected from a pool of finalists, selected on the basis of creativity, neatness, originality, and effectiveness at promoting the message of living tobacco free.

The Grand Prize Winner of the Artwork Contest, Lily Bock, from Thomas Elementary in Gretna, was presented with a banner of her design by T.E.A.M. Sarpy Coordinator Autumn Sky Burns and Gretna City Councilwoman Angie Lauritsen.  Her artwork will be featured on two billboards, 84th & L in Omaha and Hwy 50 in Springfield.  Lily’s winning entry also won her a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card, with a $50 one for her class. 

All classrooms that participated were entered in a random drawing for a $200 Barnes and Noble Gift Certificate and a classroom pizza party, Druid Hill Elementary was this year’s lucky recipient.

To view all artwork entries, please visit www.teamtobaccofree.org/no-tobacco-challenge.

T.E.A.M. is a community coalition of more than forty local organizations that works to create healthy, tobacco-free areas for our community to enjoy.  They meet on the 4th Thursday of the month at 11:30pm at CHI Health Midlands (11111 S. 84th St, Papillion) in the Smith Suite. For more information, visit www.T.E.A.M.tobaccofree.com.

Funding for this project is provided by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services/Tobacco Free Nebraska Program as a result of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.

TFCC

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Quit tobacco 2018

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