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MERRY CHRISTMAS,

 

 

Louisville!

 

Have a safe and wonderful holiday! 

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 LOUISVILLE LION

 

 

WRESTLING

 

LHS Win Final Six Matches, Rally for 42-25 Victory

(12-20-10)

Behind by a score of 25-6 midway through the meet, the Louisville Lions won the final six matches of the night to pull out a 42-25 victory over the Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer/Pawnee City Titans in a meet held in the Humboldt gym.

Photos and story courtesy of Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography.
For the rest of the story, visit:

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Above:  Colby Smith's pin of Nate Niedzielski gave Louisville thier first lead of the evening on the way to a Lion victory over the Titan.

 

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Above:  Sterling Reeves' pin of Kelby Jones was the first of six straight wins as the Lions defeated H-TR-S/PC by a score of 42-25.

 


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A Special Thank You

To the Louisville Public School - grades Elementary and the Student Council
for collecting food for the Christian Church Food Bank!
Thanks to the sponsors, Tracy Klein and Tricia Smith
as well as the muscle Chase Cosgrove, Jaren Powell and Brady Geise, for
carrying the items in the church!

Thank You to the Main St. Cafe and the Louisville Community for your donations.

The pantry is full and over-flowing into other areas !

--
Peace Be With You,
Pastor Cathy

 

 

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THE LOUISVILLE COMMUNITY WELCOMED

 

Nebraska Wildlife Rehab, Inc.’s “Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Operations Center”

with a ribbon cutting on Thursday --
Ash Grove Cement Company donated use of its original

4,500 sq. ft. historic office building to NWRI. 

NWRI plans to use the office building to answer wildlife hotline calls

from the public, coordinate wildlife rescues and care, organize volunteers and supplies,

create new and innovative education programs for

children and adults, and host wildlife training and certification events.

NWRI also will use the space to collaborate with other

environmental and education organizations throughout the area.
The new center also will be used to plan and implement innovative

education programs for students in Nebraska and Iowa,

such as the organization’s successful Outdoor Science Classroom

which was completed in partnership with the Underwood Hills Focus School in Omaha in 2010.


This is NWRI’s first Wildlife Education and Operations Center.

 

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"Journey Into Christmas"

Holiday Open House Weekends


at the Bess Streeter Aldrich House, 204 East F Street, Elmwood, NE

 Nov. 27-28, Dec. 4-5, 11-12, 18-19 & 26 -- 2:00-5:00 p.m. daily.

See every room of the author's historic home dressed for the holidays!

Each room has been lovingly decorated by an area group

or family, each with its own tree and unique theme. 

After your tour enjoy complimentary holiday goodies

in the Aldrich kitchen and browse the gift shop.

For more information call 994-3855 or visit www.BessStreeterAldrich.org.

 

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Wanted: Childcare

In my home

After School and Non-School Days

Must be at least 18 years old

Call Stacy

402-234-3465 or 402-949-0098

 

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LOUISVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY - STORY TIME

The Louisville Public Library is offering story time for our younger patrons. If you have children through preschool age that
would be interested in listening to a story, please come to the library on Monday afternoons at 2pm!!!  While your youngster is listening to a story, feel free to browse our vast collection of books, movies and magazines! We also have several computers
available and a sitting room to relax! Come visit us soon!
Lisa Sheehan
Secretary, Louisville Public Library Board

 

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Dear Louisvillians,

The holiday is upon us, and I hope you all have a very merry Christmas! 
Spend it with your loved ones!  
Stay warm!
Travel safely!
Eat heartily!
Sing merrily!
Unwrap excitedly!
Love abundantly!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!



        
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Have a wonderful week, Louisvillians!

Your Louisville Newsletter Editor,

Paula

Please send your news to me at:

editor@louisvillenebraska.com


 


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