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To Louisvillians...

 

I hope your holiday was

 

merry and bright...

 

 

and

 

best wishes

 

on a healthy and happy

 

2011!!!

 

 

 

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FAMILY IN NEED!

The home of Frank & Teresa Mascarello &
son Clint McKinney was distroyed by fire

on Monday in the a.m. hours.
It was a total loss for the family.

Donations for all household items are being

taken to the Louisville United Methodist Church-
Fellowship Hall.

A fire account has been set up at

the Louisville Home State Bank for the Mascarellos'.

 

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Recycling trailer schedule:

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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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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,
It's the end of another year, and as we flip our calendars to January of 2011, I'm guessing that many of you are considering this age-old ritual: making a new year's resolution or two.  How many of you have made a new year's resolution?  How many of you have kept that resolution?  Better yet, have you broken more resolutions than you've kept?  Some say that new year's resolutions are meant to be broken!  Perhaps you have a strong opinion one way or the other.  
Nonetheless, I found that making resolutions related to Louisville kind of a fun little activity.  I'm sure you can think of your own, but you can try a few of mine out for size, if you wish.  When I think of typical new year's resolutions, I think of the three E's:  eating, entertaining and exercising!  I wish you a happy and healthy 2011!
1.  Eat well.  Instead of driving to Omaha or Lincoln, why not try one of our local eating establishments here in Louisville?  Devour a Subway sandwich, partake in pizza at Gambino's, dine at the Main Street Cafe or bite into something delicious at Blake's.  All of these places offer a healthy meal that you can indulge in...guilt-free! 
2.  Entertain yourself.   Perhaps you would like to enjoy an evening or afternoon out of the house.  Where to go?  What to do?  You don't have to fulfill that new year's resolution out of town at an expensive venue!  Instead, try attending a Louisville sporting event or two!  There's wrestling and basketball going on this winter!  Or, venture over to the Louisville Library and check out a book, an audiobook or a movie.  You might even try a shopping excursion to one of the fun shops in town like the hardware store or Coop de Ville!  Entertain yourself with these creative options!
3.  Exercise regularly.  Instead of joining an expensive gym, why not try the option that will be easier on your checking account?  Opt for an invigorating run at the lovely Louisville Lakes!  Or, you could even try a wonderful walk around the hills of Louisville (they'll definitely give your legs a workout!).  Exercise by going to the Louisville School's weightroom facility.  There are numerous options available to you! 
Good luck with your own 2011 New Year's Resolutions, Louisvillians.  I'll do my best to fulfill my own advice above! 

 


        
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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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