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You are cordially invited

to attend:

City of Louisville

Holiday Open House

Friday, Dec. 19, 2008

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

City Hall

210 Main Street

Louisville, Nebraska

Refreshments will be served.

Louisville High School

Christmas Jazz Combo

will perform at 12:00


The Louisville United Methodist Church is presenting:

Please mark your calendars for December 13, 2008

 Where:  United Methodist Church of Louisville
 When:  December 13, 2008
 Time:  3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
 What:  Experience Bethlehem the night that Jesus was Born!!  
Come see, taste, smell and hear the good news.
 Who:  All ages are welcome.  Bring the whole family and invite your neighbors.

         The event will be followed with a Pizza Party clean up  from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM and a showing of the Nativity Story
in the Sanctuary at 6:00 PM

If you have question please email ( cmoxey@alltel.net This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it )
or call 234-3465. Thanks - Stacy Moxey
Jolly 'Ol St. Nick Arrives
  Thanks in part to dramatically lower fuel costs, and a gentle nudge from the right people, Louisville Welcomed a VIP from the North Pole during the recent Ringing in the Season Event! This wise old Elf set up court in the Louisville Fire Barn and good children filed in to make their case with wide-eyed attention.
Posted by Heidi Warner on Saturday, December 06, 2008 - 03:20 pm:

I am having another blood drive on December 27th from 6:30-10:30 at the Senior Center.
I know this is really close to Christmas, but what a better gift to give then your blood to save another life!

Please call me at 234-3170
or 402-499-3123 to set up your appointment.

Louisville Art Gallery

6th Annual Winter Solstice Poetry Reading
Sunday afternoon, December 14, 2008
Gallery hours 1 – 5pm, poetry and Lotus Dancers 2 – 5pm,
Suggested donation of a non-perishable food item for the Cass County Food Bank

Dear Art Lover,

Come celebrate the return of the light! This unique winter celebration includes drumming, poetry, food, drink and belly dancing with the Lotus Dancers. We moved it up a week this year to avoid the last minute shopping crunch, so escape the holiday shopping madness and enjoy fabulous local art in a relaxed setting. Share a favorite poem, or just sit and enjoy the afternoon. The past poetry afternoons have included humorous, poignant, insightful, serious and light-hearted fare all in the same few hours. The Lotus Dancers are professional and entertaining, and in the past have been known to give a few lessons to those brave enough to try their hand (or should I say hips!) at some of the movements. This is a free event, but the donation of a non-perishable food item for the Cass County Food Bank would be greatly appreciated.

I would like to let everyone know that the Louisville Art Gallery will not be closing down this winter as it has done in the past. The main reason for this is that a wonderful local artist named Zach Jones had expressed interest in having a show, and the only date left available in 2009 was in January. So, look for information on the opening that should take place around the third weekend or so of that month, and also think about stopping in after the holidays have wound down. It can be cold and lonely in Louisville in the winter, so stop in and I’ll buy you something hot to drink!

Well, that is finally all for now. Please feel free to pass this along to all of your friends, and if you wish to email me, you can do so at louisvilleartgallery@gmail.com, and if you haven’t been in the Gallery to see “The 7 Year Itch” anniversary show, please make the trip to Louisville as this is a great show and there is still some fantastic work available.

Okay, time to go back to work, so I hope to see you somewhere this weekend. STEVE

PS I almost forgot-Edie Carey returns to the Gallery on Saturday, April 4th. Buy your tickets early, this one sold out fast last year!

Louisville Art Gallery

230 Main POB 160
Louisville, NE 68037



"Journey Into Christmas"
Holiday Open House at the Bess Streeter Aldrich House

Every Sat. & Sun. through December -- 2:00-5:00 p.m. daily
204 East F St., Elmwood, NE

See every room of the historic home of author Bess Streeter Aldrich
dressed for the holidays! Every room of the home has been decorated by
a local group or family, each with its own tree and theme.  After your
tour enjoy complimentary holiday goodies and browse the gift shop.
Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children ages 6-12.



  BUILD Announces Louisville LOV Awards




Louisville Outstanding Volunteer


Nomination Form

L.O.V. Award – This is an all encompassing award that should go to a person that volunteers for numerous activities and is that person you can always count on to never say NO when you need someone to help out.

These awards are being given by B.U.I.L.D. (Businesses United in Louisville Development) to Outstanding Volunteers in our community. These individuals do so much for our town and get very little recognition for long hours of hard work that help make our community great!

The award categories are:


The Unsung Hero: This person has silently volunteered their time to perform an act that has helped our community or individual in our community.

The Lifetime Achievement Award: This person has been in our community for a majority of their lifetime (50+ years) and has contributed throughout their life to making Louisville a great place to live.

Outstanding School Volunteer: This person volunteers countless hours to our school and helps make the school a better place to be.

Business Person of the Year: The person owns or works at a business in Louisville and through that business encourages Louisville volunteerism and community growth.


Due no later the January 2nd 2009

Please turn in at Louisville City Office

Award Category:________________________________________________

Recipient Name________________________________________________

Recipient Contact Information (if known)


Phone #______________________________________________________

Please let us know in 100 words our less why this person deserves this award:

(Online Form and Printable Form )

Serenity Massage Opens
Louisville: Louisville Commerce: Serenity Massage

Posted by Jim Beck on Tuesday, December 09, 2008 - 02:16 pm:

Louisville now has a licensed massage therapist. Serenity Massage
opened in August located inside of Envy Salon.
Call Nikki @ 234-2240
today for your appointment. We offer lots of services. Let us pamper
you for the holidays.
Mann and Sparks
join Roecker,  Gray,  Drelicharz and Dillon
On Saturday 12'6/08, Juniors DJ Mann and Adam Sparks joined Logan Roecker on the All-Area honorable mention list by the World-Herald.
ulianne Drelicharz, Chelsea Dillon and Kelsey Gray were named to the Class C-2 All-State volleyball honorable mention list by the Sunday edition of the Omaha World-Herald.  
All Lions Photos and Stories Compliments of
Mike Krambeck, Krambeck Photography
and the Lions Den
 Attentive Helper-Elves guide Children to see Santa
  Acting Up in Class
For the first time in its history, the Lofte is gathering its most talented artists in a classroom environment to teach and prepare young actors and actresses for the stage
Begin your kids acting career at the Lofte Theatre
they will remember to thank you when accepting their first Oscar: "It all started back in Manley Nebraska. and I would like to thank Mom and Dad..."
Lofte Theatre Tickets - Order Online

Physicians Clinic Wins Again!
Posted by Mandi Chubb on Monday, December 08, 2008 - 04:36 pm:

And the winners are…….

Christmas Tree Lane: Physicians Clinic

Lighted Holiday Yard Signs:
(Donated by Stander Ace Hardware – Thanks Maureen!)

Snoopy - Teresa Jackson
Rudolph - Ginny Knutson
Santa - Elaine Storovich
Snowman - Melba Elledge

Thank you to everyone who braved to cold and came out to participate
in the Ringing In The Season events!
Mandi, RITS 2008 Chair 
Methodist Physicians Clinic – Louisville
Family Practice
203 Main Street
Louisville, NE 68037
Hours: Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Every Year BUILD Sponsor's it's Christmas Tree Lane at the Senior Center during the Ringing in the Season Event. Businesses and organizations create special Christmas Trees's that reflect their business or culture.
This Years Winning Tree by a Huge Margin was:
Winning Christmas Tree for the 3rd Year in a Row
Stunning 3-Peat Legacy
2006, 2007, 2008
Ringing in the Season 
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Principal Sponsor
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 The following are contact numbers in case you need to reach us with any questions, but if you could please not put this information up I would greatly appreciate it.  The main reason for this is people need to call in to get set up for a test and the best way to do it is through the 866 number.  The area supervisor  is Lori Mcalister, mcalisters@windstream.net mcalisters@windstream.net This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , 402-802-2099 and our office address is 3101 NW 12th, Lincoln, NE. 68521.  The job pays $11.00 an hour.  

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Your comments and ideas are shared at the
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All comments are saved, reviewed and discussed
This is a convenient chance for you to say what you think!
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Hey, Life is Better Here!

If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan eat dinner, then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!


From the Editor
Miracle on Main Street
Yes Virginia, it is Really Santa!
I remember Christmas Eve, 40 some years ago, listening to the radio with my parents back in Littleton, Colorado - and a late breaking news bulletin interrupted the Christmas Music:
"We interrupt this program to bring you the latest from NORAD . Ground Radar is tracking an incoming object bearing North, North West at 18,000 feet approaching the Denver Metropolitan Area - Object is exhibiting non-ballistic motion, and appears to be propelled by eight tiny Reindeer".
HUH ??????!!!
I was, ..a little suspicious.. but.. Hey, that was NORAD !
My Dad was Air Force - I knew what NORAD was, I was just hoping that those Russians were not sneaking in..
I glanced at the Christmas Tree, saw that appropriate Milk and Cookies had been prepared, stockings all appeared to be hung by the Chimney with Care..
Ok, I guess it is time to hit the sack!
Over the years it is easy to become cynical, skeptical, and sophisticated in our reasoning, but Hey!
I got a super Battery Operated Red Race Car
 that very Christmas Morning!
That was just what I had on my Christmas List! Plus, all the cookies and Milk were Gone! Seriously!
So, Just Try and Explain That!
Anyways, Saturday I was absolutely stunned that the Real Santa Claus made it all the way to Louisville, and he was just sitting there, Big as Life! Eyes twinkling, Ho, Ho, Ho'ing -WOW!
I got a nod from Lynn Plucknett, confirming that he
was indeed the real Santa. She Knows! 
Mandi, did a Great, Great Job bringing in this years Ringing in the Season celebration and deserves special thanks, from all of us. Thanks Mandi! Also deserves a day off!
But, to get Santa himself to visit, Mandi must have called in some very special help!
This has to be an extremely busy time of year for Nicholas and I suspect, that nothing short of a phone call from Senator Pankonin himself was necessary to arrange this special visit for Louisville. Dave knows Santa Personally.
He is a man that can get things done.
All you lucky kids that had a chance to visit with Santa, better write a nice note to our Senator Dave Pankonin and thank him for his help!
Having Fun and Making a List South of the River
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