You mean more to me than you'll ever know. Thank you for always being here for me, sweetheart. I love you more than anything!!!
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!
your Sweet Pea
My Life With You Has Never Been Boring
(never said I was a poet)
I love you IH from JH
Your Valentine Deserves a 5-Star Dinner
Take her some place fancy, Like Louisville!
VALENTINES DAY DINNER SPECIALS
5 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M.
14 oz. Ribeye, 5 oz. Snow crab,Choice of potato, Corn, Dinner salad,
Husker toast and Raspberry- Chocolate Mousse. $19.95
12oz. Sirloin, 5 oz. Snow Crab, Choice of potato, Corn, Dinner salad, Husker toast and Raspberry -Chocolate Mousse. $13.95
8oz. Sirloin, 5oz. Snow crab, choice of potato, Corn, Dinner salad, Husker toast and Raspberry-Chocolate Mousse. $11.95
8oz. Bacon wrapped Filet, Choice of potato, Corn, Dinner salad, Husker toast and Raspberry-Chocolate Mousse. $15.95
Chicken Parmesan, Dinner salad, Cheese Bread and Raspberry-Chocolate Mousse. $9.95
The Phone Number you Can NOT Forget: 234-FOOD
Sweetheart of an Event at the Lofte
Lofte Community Theatre near Manley is excited to announce that it is
hosting a "Sweetheart Event" on Valentine's Day. The Lofte is
partnering with Slattery Vintage Estates of Nehawka for a wine tasting
and Big Band concert event to begin at 6:30pm on Saturday, February
Slattery Vintage Estates is the beautiful new tasting room in Cass County that proudly carries over 30 Nebraska wines. Slattery will be hosting a wine tasting event in the Lofte's lobby beginning at 6:30pm. For a small fee, you will be able to taste a variety of wines and receive a complimentary glass to take home.
At 7:30pm ShinSings Orchestra will take the stage in the Lofte auditorium. This Sinatra-style group specializes in big band, swing and classic pop music. Members of the group boast performance resume including The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Omaha Jazz Orcchestra and the George Walker Trio. Tickets are $20 per person and include unlimited hors d'oeuvres.
For reservations or inquiries, please contact the Lofte ticket office at (402)234-2553.
Brianna VanHorn a middle school student was the 1st runner up
They will both advance to the county spelling bee.
Our elementary principal will have the school team come up with a name, and their team will consist of the above students, plus the 2nd & 3rd runners up.
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WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER
When Nick Tuma was 3 years old, he would read anything he could find. First it was the dictionary. Then cereal boxes and the Yellow Pages.
By age 4, he could read "Charlotte's Webb" and "Stuart Little," his mother recalled.
Nick, now 12, won the Omaha Public Schools spelling bee on Saturday. His parents say all that reading made the difference.
The sixth-grader at Chandler View Elementary correctly spelled words such as "benevolent," "vivisection," "geta" and "filibuster." The final word was "regime."
Nick, clad in jeans, glasses and a Chandler View Cougars shirt, won the trophy as his parents, Rita and David Tuma, watched in the crowd.
He was excited to win. "I was a little nervous," he said.
Rita Tuma said the family is very proud.
"He's only in sixth grade," she said. "Usually an eighth-grader wins."
In the weeks ahead of the competition, mother and son studied nightly. Nick likes to visit www.spellingbee.com for practice.
Nick was one of 38 spellers who competed Saturday at the Teacher Administrative Center. He advances to next month's Midwest Spelling Bee at Creighton University. The March 14 event is sponsored by The World-Herald. ,
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So, you think you can spell? Why not match your skills with the finest spellers this side of the Platte River? BUILD is hosting it’s first ever community wide Spelling Bee challenge. Teams of 4 will face off against one another in a tournament format until only one is left standing. The winning team’s reward: They have just “earned” the opportunity to challenge Louisville High School’s finest spellers for all the fame and glory that comes with winning the Spelling Bee Challenge.
For those who are a little leery of spelling in front of the entire community, don’t fret it. We will be adding a nice little spin on traditional spelling bees by incorporating help from the audience and your team mates. This is all about fun and Community Spirit keeping alive the fun we had with the Louisville Trivia Challenge .
Registration is $100 per team, and there are many local businesses just waiting to sponsor your courageous efforts in this fun, nail-biting Community event.
Gather your Spelling Bee Buddies and Register Click HERE
Questions? Call Terri at 234-2504 or just reply to this Newsletter
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We are Leaving Cass County!
well, at least for a few hours..
I am excited about the invitation that we received!
We created the Nebraska Community Websites Project , with a mission to create small Community websites state wide. Well..
We are not even done with Cass County yet!
still gotta get down to Nehawka!
As any small, (very small), business owner will tell you planning to do something, and executing that plan is not the same.
Working in Cass County is comfortable, and familiar. The new Eagle website, and the soon to be new Weeping Water website are pretty much, standard operation procedure.
But Wow, this evening we will meet with a Village beyond our borders. I hope they speak Nebraska
I am a little anxious, but I'm confident that all will go well.
The goal is the same, we want to make sure that their Community can put out the welcome mat, and show the world, (and especially its own folks) everything that is going on and all the great things about Life in Small town Nebraska.
As I step out of the car this evening I will be thinking..
"That is One Small Step for a Man,
One Giant Leap for a Groundhog.."