Louisville Wednesday Newsletter
March 10th, 2010
Start your bonnets!
Coop de Ville’s Easter Bonnet Parade
is in just three more Saturdays.
March 27 register your bonnet between 9 and 10 at
Louisville Art Gallery. Parade begins at 10.
Wear a bonnet of your own design and get
20% off your entire purchase in the Coop & Feathers.
First Place winner will receive a $100 gift certificate.
Second Place winner will receive a $75 gift certificate.
Third Place winner will receive a $50 gift certificate.
Need something to jump start your creativity?
We’ve posted photos of previous bonnets on our blog: coopandfeathers.blogspot.com
Call 402.234.2717 with any questions
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|When:||Saturday, April 10 2010|
6265 'Q' Road
Nebraska City, NE 68410
|Description:||On April 10th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, the Otoe County Genealogical Society will host its 1st Annual Otoe County Rural Schools Reunion at Harmony School at 6265 'Q' Road, which is located 8 miles south of Nebraska City on Highway 75, and ½ mile west on ‘Q’ road. Harmony School is a rural schoolhouse that was built in 1879, and was closed in 1997. This reunion will include a coffee social and tour of the 130-year old rural schoolhouse. In addition, it will also give visitors a chance to assist our society in identifying numerous unidentified rural schoolhouse photographs from several different school districts throughout the county. The society has come into possession of these prized photographs through their Otoe County Courthouse Clean-up Project, in which these photographs were donated to the society by the Otoe County Clerk’s office, and through other generous donations as well. So please come join us at Harmony School and help us pay tribute to the outstanding contributions that these rural schoolhouses made in the education of our state’s youth for the past 100 years now!|
Nominate an Outstanding LPS Teacher and/or Support Staffer!
Each year, LPS students, former LPS students and parents of LPS students are eligible to make nominations for the Outstanding Teacher and the Outstanding Support Staff awards. This program provides a way to honor the people who make a positive difference in the lives of students. Your nominee may be a Teacher or a member of the Support Staff (aides, administrators, bus drivers, maintenance, kitchen staff, etc.). The winner is chosen by a committee that reviews the nominations. The selection committee is made up of members of the Louisville School Foundation and the PTO.
The Louisville School Foundation and the Louisville PTO
Outstanding Teacher Award
Outstanding Support Staffer Award
Each year, students, former students and parents of students are eligible to make nominations for these awards. The program provides a way to honor the people who make a positive difference in the lives of students. Your nominee may be a Teacher or a member of the Support Staff (aides, administrators, bus drivers, maintenance, kitchen staff, etc.). The winner is chosen by a committee that reviews the nominations. The selection committee is made up of members of the Louisville School Foundation and the PTO.
You may make a nomination by sending a one or two page letter to:
Teacher & Staff Recognition
Louisville School Foundation
Louisville, NE 68037
Please note the rules:
• Your nominee may be a current staffer or a retiree, but must be living.
• Your letter should be no longer than one or two pages that express your reasons for making the nomination--explaining how this person touched your life or motivated you.
• Include your name, address and phone number.
• Winners will be selected from entries received by April 15.
• Nominations may not be submitted as a class project.
If you have questions, please talk to any Foundation Board member or call Kara Habrock at 679-1067. The honorees chosen for the award are recognized at Honors Night or Elementary Fun Day, have their names engraved on the plaque, and receive a cash prize and/or gift certificate.
You may use this form as a letter of nomination by completing the information below and writing your letter on the back.
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I nominate ____________________________________
For (circle one) Outstanding Teacher Outstanding Support Staffer
Address and Phone:
The Omaha Lead and Healthy Homes Conference is March 15-16 at the University of Nebraska-Omaha Milo Bail Student Center. After March 8, registration will be $65/person. To register go to www.omahahealthykids.org. Highlights of the conference include presentations on National Lead Exposure and Violent Crime Research, Kim Dietrich, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, Ruth Norton, Executive Director of Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, and UNL and UNMC faculty. The conference is a partnership of several organizations including the Extension in Douglas County and UNL Extension.
For more information contact the Cass County Extension office in Weeping Water at 267-2205, or e-mail [email protected]
Then help support the Louisville Fireman’s Auxiliary raise money by attending our plant sale.
We are raising money to help with scholarships and other things we do.
Plants are locally grown in Fremont, from Janet’s Jungle.
We are taking pre-orders till April 19th
You can contact for an order sheet or questions:
Candy McClun 234.4995
Teri McClun 234.4161
Plants will be available for pick up May 1st at the Fire Hall from 9am-3pm.
If you don’t pre-order you can still stop by and check them out as we will have plants that day for you to purchase.
Thursday & Friday, March 25 & 26
March 25 ~ 7:00 pm Parent’s night
March 26 ~ 9:00 am/1:00 pm Child Get Together
Please pre-register by contacting the elementary school office prior to March 25.
Louisville Elementary School
202 West 3rd Street
Any child born on or before
October 15, 2005
Louisville Elementary School for more information @ 234-4215
Recycling Open House
Cass County Recycling Schedule
B.U.I.L.D.S. annual L.O.V awards dinner is being planned for Tuesday, April 6th which means…. it’s time to start thinking of your nomination for Louisville’s Outstanding Volunteer. There are four categories:
132 Main St. Louisville
"YouNique" Salon and Spa
YouNique Salon is now open for business. YouNique is a full service hair and beauty salon located in Louisville. We offer professional hair, nail, and massage services. As well as, tanning and waxing. YouNique has a wide range of retail products including professional hair products including TiGi, Catwalk, Rusk, American Crew, Circle of Friends children's line, Sebastian Shaper Plus Hairspray, and It's a 10 Miracle Leave-In. Also watch for other retail coming soon to YouNique like handbags and candles and Beauticontrol skin and beauty products.
Hours are Monday 9-6 Tuesday 9-8 Wednesday 9-8 Thursday 9-8 Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-12.
Younique Salon and Spa
132 Main Street Louisville,Nebraska 68037
MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE
I appreciate the opportunity you have given me to represent District 2 in the Nebraska Legislature.
We welcome your contacts by mail, phone or email.
Senator Dave Pankonin
PO Box 94604
Lincoln, NE 68509
Monday thru Friday
For children ages 5-9
Up to $9.00 per hour
Contact Stacy at
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your community by broadening your horizon
of what's possible!
Check out the Avoca Schoolhouse!
The Old Avoca (Nebraska) Schoolhouse will
celebrate the seventeenth annual Play-the-Recorder Month in March by
offering a Beginning Recorder Workshop on Saturday, March 13, from 1 PM
- 3 PM. Deborah Greenblatt, Master Artist with the Nebraska Arts
Council, and member of the American Recorder Society, will lead the
workshop. Pre-registration is required, and enrollment is limited.
The $30.00 fee includes an instruction book, and a soprano recorder.
Pre-registration is required, and enrollment is limited. For more
information, call 402-275-3221, or send an e-mail to
[email protected][email protected]
Founded in 1939, the American Recorder Society is celebrating 70 years of service to its members and constituents--all recorder players including amateurs to leading professionals, students to teachers. It has some 130 chapters and consorts in the U.S. and Canada, where its membership base is over 2200, plus 130 members in 28 other countries.
Play-the-Recorder Month grew out of an event staged as part of an "ARS 50" anniversary celebration, during which members all over the world played a recorder piece simultaneously on April 1, 1989. Play-the-Recorder Day was first officially held in 1992, and then expanded to Play-the-Recorder Month the following year.
Well, March has officially arrived and with it, a bit of sunshine and warmer temperatures! March has been quite a celebration thus far in the mere two days we've experienced thus far in Louisville. If you have no clue to what I'm referring to...here's a recap:
We should be extremely proud to call NEBRASKA and LOUISVILLE our home. Thanks for making me proud to call this my home yet again, Louisville. Have a wonderful week!
Your Louisville Editor,
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