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Louisville Wednesday Newsletter

January 12, 2011

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LOUISVILLE IS LAYERED

 

WITH SNOW!

 

Photo taken on Monday, January 10 in the afternoon, as the inches piled onto the streets and sidewalks of Louisville.

 

A Winter snowstorm and frigid temperatures have arrived!  Have fun scooping!

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Lions Win With Defense!!

Score 42-32 Win

 

 

Louisville girls 42, Syracuse 32

 


The Louisville Lions used a stingy defense

and hot shooting in the second quarter to defeat

the visiting Syracuse Rockets, 42-32.

 

 

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Above:  Ashley Sjogren and Maddy Drake (25) harass Syracuse guard Megan Farley during the 42-32 LHS win.

 

 

Photos and story courtesy of Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography.

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Valid only on January 24, 2011 for new customers or those who have not attended Jazzercise in the last 6 months. Regular joining fee and auto-payment registration required. Other restrictions may apply.

Once you have signed up for Jazzercise, you may take unlimited classes with your Jazzercise EFT Ticket.

129 Main Street (above Havenmakers)
Enter from 3rd door on 2nd Street


jazzercise.com • (800) FIT-IS-IT

Questions? Please call Beth at 677-9697

or visit our website for more details

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AUDITIONS

 

AT THE LOFTE! 

 

Lofte Community Theatre

P.O. Box 62

Manley,  NE  68403

(402) 234-2553

 

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Manley, NE [January 5, 2011]- The Lofte Community Theatre near Manley will hold auditions for “Leaving Iowa” on January 31 and February 1 at 7pm.  The production requires three men and three women.  Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  The production will be directed by Kevin Colbert of Weeping Water.

“Leaving Iowa” is the story of Don Browning, a middle-aged writer who decides it is finally time to take his father’s ashes to his childhood home.  But when Don discovers that Grandma’s house is now a grocery store, he begins traveling across Iowa searching for a proper resting place for his father.  The father-and-son road trip shifts smoothly from the present to Don’s memories of the annual tortuous vacations of his childhood.

The production will serve as the Lofte’s entry in the upcoming Nebraska Association of Community Theaters competition March 18-20.  It will also be the 2011 season opener for the Lofte with performance dates on May 28, 29, June 3-5 and 9-12.

Those with questions in regards to the production should contact Lofte Artistic Director Kevin Colbert at (402) 234-2553.

 

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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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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,

Winter's icy fingers are seizing our mild temperatures from last week and turning them into the freezing, bitter, bone-chilling single digits of this second week of January.  However, we do have a lovely layer of white snow that has blanketed our dead, brown grass; Monday's peaceful snowfall was pristine and picturesque!  Were you able to snap some photos of the beautiful snow?  How many of you were able to enjoy the winter weather on Monday?  Did you sled?  Make a snowman?  Create a snowangel?
Maybe you were one of the brave and fearless to clear the streets and sidewalks!  If so, thank you for your hard work and tireless efforts.  We appreciate the road and maintenance crew of Louisville!
Enjoy the winter weather, Louisvillians! 

 


        
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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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