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Louisville Wednesday Newsletter

January 5, 2011



Re-scheduled for 2/1/2011






Dear Louisvillians,



Do you remember the



highlights of 2010? 



Read below to find out.  




LHS 2010 Trivia


1. Morgan Dittberner started 2010 wearing number 43 in basketball but ended the season sporting what number?

2. Dallas Lemmers began the 2010 State Wrestling Tournament by defeating Derek Holt of St. Paul. Who did Dallas beat in his final match for the fifth place medal?

3. Who was the only LHS basketball player named to the ECNC All-Conference teams?

4. Name the LHS coach who was the Class C state pole vault champion in 2003.

5. Name the Louisville athlete won two gold medals at the 2010 Nebraska State Track and Field Championships.


To see more of the questions


(and answers!!),




Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography does a fantastic job of highlighting the sports and activities for Louisville athletes. 








OF 2010


For the sixth consecutive year, The Lions Den, with the help of athletes,coaches and fans, have selected the top ten sports stories for the past 12 months. This was a real challenge this year, since many Louisville athletes participated at state-level events, performing admirable at the highest level. I hope this sparks a debate and a reminder of the great year Louisville athletics had in 2010. Thanks to coaches, students and fans who took part in this project.


Take a look at for the rest of the story! 





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'.




Recycling trailer schedule:







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.







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







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








Dear Louisvillians,

Well, in the spirt of 10, as we say goodbye to 2010 and think about the "Top Ten" sporting events of 2010, have you thought about what your TOP TEN of 2010 might be? 
As a reader and reading teacher, I feel inclined to list some of my top ten books to read.  Perhaps you would like to read some of the books on my list, or you might like to e-mail me your suggestions for a list.  One of the tasks that my students do is create a "TOP 100 BOOK LIST"; their goal is to have filled this list by the time that they graduate from high school. 
Here are some of the books on my Top 100 book list, and I'll try to narrow it down to only ten.  These may or may not be in a particular order.  I am constantly adding to this list!  But, for now, happy reading! 
1.  The Bible
2.  Gone with the Wind
3.  To Kill a Mockingbird
4. The Hunger Games
5.  Anne of Green Gables
6.  Little House on the Prairie
7.  Harry Potter
8.  The Christmas Box
9. The Giver
10.  A Town Like Alice

Good luck with your own TOP TEN LISTS, Louisvillians.  I wish you all of the best for 2011! 

Have a "Top Ten" Day!  :)



Have a wonderful week, Louisvillians!

Your Louisville Newsletter Editor,


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