Louisville Wednesday Newsletter
February 16, 2011
Louisville Outstanding Volunteer
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 12, 2011. Anyone interested in attending the dinner should call Dee at the city office for tickets (234-7705.)$10 each.
Louisville Library Celebrating 110th Anniversary
Please plan to visit the Louisville Public Library on Saturday, February 26, 2011 as we celebrate our 110th anniversary! Refreshments will be served from 10am to 12 noon. If you haven't visited the library in a while, this is a good opportunity to see the many changes that have been made! We look forward to seeing you!
Louisville Kindergarten Get-Together 2011
Louisville Public Schools will host its annual Kindergarten Parent Orientation Thursday, March 24 at 7:00 pm in the elementary computer lab and Kindergarten Get-Together Friday, March 25 in the kindergarten rooms. All children who will be five years of age on or before October 15, 2011 are eligible for enrollment in kindergarten for the 2011-2012 school year.
Letters about the orientation and get-together will be sent out to all parents of children who are presently recorded on the school census as being old enough to enter kindergarten in August. If anyone in the community is aware of any parents who have children who will be entering kindergarten, are new to the district or who did not receive letter are encouraged to contact the Louisville Elementary office at 234-4215.
City of Louisville
NEWS and UPCOMING DATES:
(courtesy of the January 2011 newsletter that was included in this month's city bill envelope)
** Thanks to everyone who complied with regulations regarding snow and for keeping your sidewalks clear! Thank you to the city road crews for snow removal! They've definitely been working overtime this winter season!)
** The city's annual PET CLINIC will be held April 2, 2011 from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. at the fir station. Get your pets licensed and vaccinated all at the same time.
** The fire/rescue departments are having FISH FRIES this Lenten season. Dates will be announced!
** Fire Auxiliary Plant Sale-- Saturday, May 7th at the Fire Hall
** B.U.I.L.D. is looking for nominations for the annual LOV awards! Please take the time to honor those that do so much for our community!
** Waste Management is here EVERY Wednesday for trash and recycle pick-up!
** SPRING CLEAN-UP is scheduled for May 7, 2011 at the corner of 3rd and Walnut. More information to come!
** Don't forget that you do need a building permit (required for fences, porches, patios, home additions, swimming pools, accessory structures, retaining walls, remodeling, electrical and plumbing and location of curb cuts and sidewalks).
2011 DATES TO REMEMBER:
Pet Clinic -- April 2
Spring Clean-up Day -- May 7
Summer Clean-up Day -- August 6
Fall Clean-up Day -- November 12
-- Louisville LIONS --
Shumaker to State Meet (2-12-11)
Louisville High School’s Tyler Shumaker will represent the Lions at the 2011
NSAA State Wrestling Championship beginning next Thursday, February 17.
Tyler will be wrestling in the Class C session which begins at 4:30.
Tyler Shumaker is going to STATE WRESTLING!
LOUISVILLE LADY LION BASKETBALL
Louisville 4 11 8 8 31
Weeping Water 7 5 11 17 40
Louisville - Individual Scoring
Kaitlin Coughlin 2 (1, 0, 0-0), Taylor Zaracki 4 (1, 0, 2-4), Madison Drake 2 (1, 0, 0-0), Taylor Mohler 11 (4, 1, 0-0), Natalie Minchow 3 (1, 0, 1-2), Morgan Manley 4 (2, 0, 0-0), Morgan Dittberner 5 (1, 0, 2-4)
Leading Rebounders - Madison Drake 4, Taylor Mohler 8, Morgan Manley 4, Natalie Minchow 4
FT's - 5/12
2 FG's - 10
3 FG's - 2
Weeping Water -
K Schrenier 13 (3, 0, 7-13), H Hauschild 4 (1, 0, 2-2), A Bailey 9 (4, 0, 1-2), K Guhl 4 (1, 0, 2-3), S Barrett 3 (1, 0, 1-1), K Vice 7 (2, 0, 3-4)
FT's - 16/27
2 FG's - 12
3 FG's - 0
Executed the defensive game plan pretty well, but just struggled to hit the open shots. At times we had good movement on offense and others we did a lot of standing. Kaitlin Coughlin and Taylor Zaracki did a great job on Hauschild keeping her to 4 points, but we gave up too many offensive rebounds in the second half which gave them second chances. The telling tale were free throws. Getting an opportunity to go to the line 27 times and making 16 of them when both teams played a physical game was concerning to us. We needed to be more aggressive in attacking the gaps and we did that at times, but needed to be more consistent with it. Proud of our effort and focus and now our attention turns to district play. Everyone at this point is 0-0 and it's loose or go home. I believe in our girls and i believe we will give ourselves a chance to make great things happen.
I want to thank the seniors for their leadership and efforts over the past four years. THey have been a great bunch of kids to work with and they need to know the ride is not yet over.
Head Girls Basketball
Louisville Public Schools
To read more about these stories and other Louisville Lion SPORTS ACTION,
Photos and stories courtesy of Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography.
-- UNL Extension Offers Crop Scout Training in March
Feb. 14, 2011
UNL Extension Offers Crop Scout Training in March
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Crop scouts will learn how to better manage corn and soybean pests during a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Crop Scout Training for Pest Managers program March 16.
The training provides in-depth and detailed information from university specialists.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., and the workshop is from 9 a.m-5 p.m at the university's Agricultural Research and Development Center near Mead.
Cost is $120. Fees include lunch, refreshment breaks, workshop materials and instruction manual. Registrants should preregister to reserve their seat and to ensure workshop materials are available the day of the training session. Updated reference materials are included in this year's take- home instruction manual.
Topics include: how corn and soybean plants grow and develop; soybean and corn insect management; insect quiz; identifying weeds -- plant morphology; using a key to identify weed seedlings; crop diseases and quiz; and nutrient deficiencies.
Certified Crop Advisor continuing education credits are available with 4 in pest management, 1 in crop management and .5 in fertility/nutrient management.
For more information or to register, contact UNL Extension at (402) 624-8030, (800) 529-8030, e-mail Keith Glewen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at http://ardc.unl.edu/training
Championship fiddler and fiddle book author, Deborah Greenblatt, will discuss various ways to perform that classic fiddle tune, Orange Blossom Special. This wonderful piece encourages improvisation, giving the fiddler opportunities to make their fiddle sound just like a train. The Workshop takes place on Saturday, March 19, 2011, 1 PM - 3 PM, in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse, Avoca, Nebraska. Pre-registration is required, enrollment is limted, and there is a $20.00 fee. For more information, call 402-275-3221, or send an e-mail email@example.com.
OTOE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
The Otoe County Genealogical Society will host its March 10th meeting at 7:00pm at the Morton-James Public Library at 923 First Corso in Nebraska City. The society will host its Genealogy Workshop in both the media center and the genealogy reference room at the library. Assistance will be provided in the areas of "Researching Your Civil War Ancestors" and "Breaking Through Your Genealogy Brick Walls”.
President/Otoe County Genealogical Society
Tax forms are now available at the Plattsmouth Public Library.
There will be no Nebraska State Tax forms this year.
Call 1-800-742-7474 to request a form or go to http://www.revenue.ne.gov
Copies can be printed at the library .15c per page
Children’s Saturday Programs
All programs start at 10:00am
February 5 What’s in Your Pocket?
February 12 Valentines Day
February 19 Winter Gear
February 26 Popcorn Day
Information on this summer’s “Big Read” program and tryouts for the play will be coming soon.
Small Business Expo & Craft Fair
Saturday, March 26th
from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Immanuel Lutheran Church
36712 Church Road Louisville, NE 68037
Looking for vendors...
ANGEL FOOD MINISTRY
~ Food at a discount price
~Menus change from month to month
Order online with a credit card by typingAngel food Ministries in Your browser.
The menu will show you food choices .You can locate in person ordering/ and pick-up area
by clicking on finding location and typing in 68037.
You will see a map. Click on the blue flag at Louisville.
You may also surf the site to see what you would like to order, if you order in person.
Order as much as you like. No income guidelines.
Open to all. We are not ready to take Food Stamps yet.
~Online Order Deadlines:
Online: February 20
You may order at the First Christian Church DOC at 304 Main Street,
in Louisville (Next to Copple’s Auto Shop) on Saturday, February 5
between 10 AM and 1PM. You will need to bring check or cash.
Pick-up order on Saturday February 26th at the church between 9 and 10:30 AM.
For more information call Angi at 402 -214 - 0359
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