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Louisville Wednesday Newsletter - March 17th, 2010

 

Louisville Wednesday Newsletter

March 17th, 2010

 

 
 
 
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, MAIN STREET CAFE!!  
 
 
It's been three years already since you've graced our Main Street of Louisville!
 
 
  Wed. 3/17: Main Street Cafe
3RD ANNIVERSARY!!!
 
Celebrating with Traditional
Corned Beef & Cabbage with New
Potatoes, Soup - Beer Cheese

Lunch Specials for Mar. 15th - 19th

Mon. 3/15: Hot Turkey Sandwich, Soup - Cook's Choice

Tues. 3/16: Pulled Pork Sandwich, Soup - Chicken Noodle

Wed. 3/17: OUR 3RD ANNIVERSARY!!! Corned Beef & Cabbage with New
Potatoes, Soup - Beer Cheese

Thurs. 3/18: Taco Platter, Soup - White Chili

Fri. 3/19: Jumbo Shrimp, Fries, & Slaw, Soup - Clam Chowder

 
 
 
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MARCH is COLON CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
 

 
Please join us in the fight against all Cancers - plan to register for the 2010 Relay For Life of Cass County on
 
Saturday, June 26, 2010. Information can be found at the Cass County web site -
 
www.relayforlife.org/casscone or call the Omaha ACS office at 402-393-5801. 
 
 
 
  
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  Otoe County Genealogical Society
 
 
Curtis Wolbert

President/Otoe County Genealogical Society
 
 
The Otoe County Genealogical Society will host it's quarterly Genealogy Internet Workshop at the Morton-James Public Library in Nebraska City on April 8th at 7:00 pm.  This workshop will cover how to utilize numerous websites on the Internet to assist you in your genealogical research.  The library has access to Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest, both of which have online records of the U.S. Federal Census', and to thousands of other valuable databases as well.  So please come join us at the Morton-James Public Library, and bring along a copy of your family tree so you can fill in some of those missing gaps.
 
Our society meets on the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm, and our meeting location alternates every other month between the Morton-James Public Library in Nebraska City, and the United Methodist Church in Syracuse. To learn more about the society, please check out our website, or contact the Morton-James Public Library for more information."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CHANGE OF LOCATION - RECYCLE TRAILER ON DEPOT STREET AT WATER PLANT



 
 For details, please check...
the City Website
www.LouisvilleNebraska.com
 
 
 
 
  
 
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2009-10 YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE!
 
 
 
Get your copy reserved TODAY for ONLY $35!!! Yearbooks will ONLY be this fantastic price
 
from March 1-April 1.  You may order
 
online at yearbooksonsale.com. Or, order forms will be available in the high school office or 
 
table outside the office. Contact Mrs.  Paula Anderson, yearbook adviser, (panderson@esu3.org), if you
 
have questions! Reserve your YEARBOOK TODAY!
 
 
 
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Louisville High School
 
presents...
 
 
 
BYE-BYE BIRDIE
 
 
 
Saturday, March 20, 2010
 
7:00 p.m.
 
High School Old Gym
 
Admission:  Adults ($4); Students ($3) 
 
 
 

  
 
 
 
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 LOUISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH TEAM
 
 
IS
 
 
STATE-BOUND!!
 
 
 
Kelsey Dagannar in Poetry


Kaylee Roach in Serious Prose


Chrissy Rydl in Persuasive Speaking


Kymee Mitchell in Entertainment


Kathryn Edwards in Extemporaneous


Michaela Juergensen in Poetry and Extemporaneous

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Congratulations on an outstanding season to all Louisville Speech
 
participants and Coach Nick Krause.  Best of luck at the state
 
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Check out..
 
       NewSchoolBond.com
 
 
The website has information where Louisville School is at in the creation of a new school bond initiative. Contact any member with questions or concerns.
 
-- Pat McGahan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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LIVING LAST SUPPER AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

 

THURSDAY APRIL 1, 2010

 

 
An original Living Last Supper will be presented Holy Thursday, April 1, 2010, at First Congregational Church at 7:30 p.m.  The original script, written by Pastor Mary McQueen, uses three readers (one you regularly see at Loft Theater productions,)  and depicts Jesus actually washing the feet of the disciples.  As each disciple

enters,  the readers tell the story of their calling to be a disciple and their life after Jesus is crucified.


 Everyone is welcome.

 
   
 
 
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Ladies~ 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

On facebook? Become a fan of coop de ville & feathers

 
 

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Otoe County Rural Schools Reunion

When: Saturday, April 10 2010
Event Type:  
Where: Harmony School
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!

 

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 Mark Your Calendar for May 29, 2010!
 
 
 
The biggest single alumni event that the Association undertakes each year is the Alumni Banquet, an event that is held annually on the Saturday before Memorial Day.  This year's banquet will be held in the High School Gymnasium on Saturday, May 29, 2010, beginning at 6:00pm.  The honored classes for this year's Banquet are:
50 Year Class - Class of 1960
40 Year Class - Class of 1970 (host class)
25 Year Class - Class of 1985
10 Year Class - Class of 2000
Graduating Class of 2010
 To find out more about this year's Banquet, go to our newly created website  www.louisvillealumni.org
The important work of the Alumni Association can be sustained only if our members are active and involved!
If you would like to part of the committee, please contact one of the members below.  We would love to have you!

2010 Alumni Committee members:

•    Donna Tlustos  Albert
•    Jean  Johnson Buskirk
•    Lori  Petereit  Gray
•    Jean Knutson Heim
•    Jack Mayfield
•    Judy Hutchison Meyer
•    Patsy Dobbs Sawyer

 
 
 
 
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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

 

 

Nomination Form
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
Box 465
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
My name:_____________________________
Address and Phone:

 

 

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S P R I N G!
 
 
 
Are you thinking Spring?
Flowers? Fresh Veggies?
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.
www.janetsjungle.com
 
 
 
 
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When:
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.

Where:
Louisville Elementary School
202 West 3rd Street

Who:   
Any child born on or before
October 15, 2005

Contact:
Louisville Elementary School for more information @ 234-4215
 
 
 
 
 
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On behalf of the Great Plains Bicycling Club (http://greatplainsbikeclub.org/) I would like to 
inform you of the details of our Spring Fling Bike Ride on Sunday, April 25, 2010.  The ride
has one starting point at the Eagle Elementary School and another starting point at Louisville
High School.  The Murdock ballpark will serve as the mid-point SAG stop.  Portable toilets 
will be provided at Eagle, Murdock, and Louisville.

Depending upon the weather, we will have between 100 and 200 riders.  Along the route which
includes Hwys. 34, 1, 66, and 50 we will have standard 3' X 3' traffic signs stating "Caution: Cyclist Ahead".
Riders are advised in writing in and in pre-ride announcements of the laws pertaining to riding on
county and state highways.  We invite the riders to be Ambassadors for Bicycling.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Pat Bracken
GPBC Co-Ride Director

 
 
Summer Help Wanted

 

For In-Home Childcare
Monday thru Friday
For children ages 5-9
Up to $9.00 per hour
Contact Stacy at
234-3465
 
 
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Track Season began on Monday, March 1, 2010
 
Stay tuned for upcoming highlights!   
 
 

Follow
 
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All Lions Photos Compliments of Mike Krambeck,
  For The Best Local Sports coverage in Cass County Click Here
 
 
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Recycling Open House

 

Cass County Recycling Schedule

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B.U.I.L.D. Sponsors...
 
Second Annual Louisville Outstanding Volunteer Awards

 
L.O.V. 
 
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Louisville Outstanding Volunteer
Award


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 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:  This person owns or works at a business in Louisville and through that business encourages Louisville volunteerism and community growth.

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

Recipients of these awards will be honored at a dinner on Tuesday, April 6, 2010. Anyone interested in attending the dinner should call Dee at the city office for tickets (234-7705.)$10 each.

L.O.V.
Louisville Outstanding Volunteer
(print this page or submit online by clicking here )

Award
Nomination Form
Due no later the March 29, 2010
Please turn in at Louisville City Office


Award Category:________________________________________________
Recipient Name________________________________________________
Recipient Contact Information (if known)
Address:______________________________________________________
Phone #______________________________________________________

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










Submitted By:  _________________________________________________
                         (you may choose to remain anonymous) However, everyone who makes a nomination will get their name in a drawing for a GREAT prize.
 
 
 
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 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  

(402) 234-2060

 

 


  

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COPPLE HIRING
 
COPPLE CHEVROLET-GMC INC. IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR A PART TIME OFFICE STAFF PERSON.  DUTIES WOULD INCLUDE ANSWERING THE PHONE, CASHIERING, FILING, AND OTHER LIGHT OFFICE RESPONSIBILITIES.  APPROXIMATELY 26 HOURS PER WEEK.  CONTACT ROBERT COPPLE AT 234-2000


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MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE

 
 
 

 
 

For Immediate Release:

 

Some Important Bills Don’t Earn Headlines

 

March 5, 2010, Lincoln Only a few of the bills that are introduced in the Legislature generate media coverage. This means that the majority of Nebraskans seldom, if ever, hear about most of the new laws that are enacted. Some of the laws in question have little direct impact on the lives of our citizens, but others create changes that deserve to be brought to the attention of everyone in our state.

 

LB 216 was passed last month to allow a family member injured in a car accident, in which a relative was driving, to have their medical expenses covered by the driver’s auto insurance policy. LB 216 eliminated the “guest statute” which protected drivers from liability for injuries to passengers if they were family members, unless the driver committed gross negligence or was under the influence of alcohol.

 

Several constituents voiced support for a bill to move back the eligibility date for children to start kindergarten. Under LB 1006, which is ready for the final round of debate, children would be eligible if they are five years old by July 31st instead of the current cut-off date of October 15th. An exception would be included for children who turn five between August 1 and October 15, if they perform well on a kindergarten assessment tool. These changes would begin in the 2012-13 school year. Under the current cut-off date, teachers reported a wide age range in their classes, with differences as much as 18 months to two and a half years. This age range can mean that some children are mature enough to thrive in today’s academically focused kindergarten classes, and some are not. LB 1006 would create a more even experience for young children as they begin their K-12 education.

 

A lien is used to provide security to a party who has an interest in a parcel of real property. Once placed on the title to the property, the lien must be paid before the property can be transferred to another party. This ensures that the lien holder will be paid for their interest in the property. Nebraska’s current law provides rules for establishing and prioritizing liens for condominium homeowners associations, but there are no provisions that address the same procedures for other types of homeowners associations, such as a townhouse owners association or an individual family residence homeowners association. LB 736 would establish provisions for all types of homeowners associations that are identical to those that already exist for condominium homeowners associations. The legislature passed LB 736 in late February. The bill included an emergency clause, so it will become law as soon as it is signed by the governor.

 

Neighbors would be required to construct and maintain a just proportion of a division fence under LB 667. The term “just proportion” would mean an equitable allocation of the portion of the fence line to be physically built and cared for by each landowner, or in lieu of the actual work, a financial contribution for construction and maintainence made by either landowner. LB 667 would clarify that the fencing standard to which landowners would be held, unless they agree to a different standard, is a wire fence. As defined in our current law, a wire fence is consistent with widely understood and used fence standards.

 

LB 226 expanded some rights for 18-year-olds. The bill would allow them to enter into contracts or leases, or consent to medical treatment, if a parent or guardian gives consent through a power of attorney. LB 226 is waiting to be signed by the governor. The bill’s emergency clause will allow the new law to take effect immediately and grant to Nebraska’s

18-year-olds new rights that will be consistent with those found in the majority of the other states in this country.

 

The Nebraska Litter Reduction and Recycling Act was scheduled to end on October 30, 2010. LB 798 will extend the termination date to October 30, 2015. The extension will also extend the litter fee collection used for litter and recycling programs.


  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
State Capitol
PO Box 94604
Lincoln, NE 68509
(402) 471-2613

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Volunteer In The Outdoors

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Andrea Faas

Outdoor Education Specialist

Nebraska Game & Parks

402-332-3901

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 Community Website Sponsors include:
 
 
 
 
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CONNECTING YOUNG

 NEBRASKANS 

CYN was established because we want to help you enjoy
your community by broadening your horizon
of what's possible!
 


Follow them on Facebook:

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Community Lenten and Holy Week Services
 
The First Christian Disciples of Christ and the United Methodist Churches are holding their second annual Community Lenten and Holy Week Services. Each Service begins at 7PM
 
Here are the dates and places:
 

March 17: First Christian Church
March 24: Untied Methodist Church
 
Holy Week:
April 1: United Methodist Church: Seder Meal with Communion
April 2: Good Friday (Meet outside Fire Station for the Cross Walk.) If unable to walk, wait @ Christian Church)
 


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  Dear Louisvillians,

    MILESTONES are a part of life.  I’m certain if you think about it long enough, you can recall the important MILESTONES in your own life.  These are those special moments and days that are preserved not only with photographs but possess memories that are etched into our minds for a lifetime…stories that can be told and retold for generations to come.     What are the MILESTONES in your life?  
    If I were to guess, most people can recall their first day of school and maybe your first teacher’s name.  Chances are you might recall losing a tooth or hitting your first home run.  Most people remember when they received their first driver’s license (I’m sure the parents do too!).  Graduations are always a memorable day as well.  By the way, this is coming up on May 8, 2010 (less than two months away, for those of you keeping track!).  You might remember your first time away from home, if you attended college or perhaps a trip that you took that was especially impressionable.  Later on in life, you remember your wedding day and the day your children and grandchildren were born.  Hopefully, this trip down memory lane has sparked an interest in recalling memorable MILESTONES in your life.  
    This week, in Louisville, many people are celebrating MILESTONES.  I don’t know about all of them, of course, but I think there are a couple that are worth mentioning.
    First, Mandi and Cory Chubb celebrate the anniversary of their thriving addition to Main Street—the Main Street Café.  Hopefully, you’ve all had a chance to sample the delectable entrees on the menu; they do a fantastic job, and they are a strong asset to our little town of Louisville.  Congratulate them on their MILESTONE and be sure to stop by and check out some of their daily special items.  They’re serving some authentic corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day!   
    Second, six young ladies at Louisville High School are embarking on one last leg of a remarkable journey through a spectacular speech season.  They are bound for state speech, and they are excited for this upcoming MILESTONE in their lives.  The hours they have poured into memorizing and writing and preparing their particular speeches have been hours well spent as they are rewarded a berth to the state competition.  Wish them all of the best on this MILESTONE in their lives.  
     Third…well, I’ll leave this one up to you to decide.  What are some of your most recent and/or memorable MILESTONES?  Are any of them worth sharing?  Writing about? Talking about?  What are those moments in your life that are worthy of the title MILESTONE?  
    Here’s hoping memorable MILESTONES occur for you in the month of March, dear Louisvillians.  Have a wonderful week!



Your Louisville Editor,

Paula


 

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