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Louisville's Summer Event

Auto/Truck Show-n-Shine


Senior Center bake sale

Girl Scout bake sale

Girl Scout garage sale on the tennis court

Boy Scouts - Hamburgers, Brats and Sweet Corn

beer garden


clown balloons and glitter tatoos

Country Kickers Dancers

Jitterbrats,  and DJ playing your favorites!

Coincides with Art Chicks Flea Market and

Loulsville Care Community Apron Show.







The Food Bank at the First christian Church - Disciples of Christ
is getting low. If you wish to donate to helping feed
people, please bring items to the church.

You may leave them in the doorway.
We appreciate all the support Louisville has given to this cause.
God bless and keep you.

Pastor Cathy Stander


B.U.I.L.D. Minutes

July 12, 2011

Thought for the day:

Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones,

you’ll start having positive results. – Willie Nelson

Members and guests present: Andy Mixan, Dee Arias, John Yochum, Kari
Wockenfuss, Patti Jo Peterson, Dane Becker and Chris Noda.

Andy Mixan presided over the meeting in President Terri Scholting’s absence.
The minutes from the June 7, 2011 meeting were read and approved by the

Treasurer’s Report – Treasurer Andy Mixan
The BUILD account balance is currently $4,012.14.

Old Business:
Dee Arias, through an e-mail from Mike Krambeck, gave an update on the QR
codes and the digital historical tour of Louisville. Six video segments have been
completed and three others are in different stages of production. The tour will be
promoted during B.U.I.L.D.’s Morning Blend appearance.

Dee reported that the fireworks stand had a record year in sales. There should
be a bonus on top of the $5,000 for the extra sales. It will take Bellino several
weeks to complete all of their paperwork and get the check to B.U.I.L.D.

Welcome/Membership Committee: Jean Heim/Jeanne Anderson
No report.

Events Committee: Nancy McManis/Dee Arias
The group was updated on the Last Hot Sunday in July. Volunteers are needed
for various duties. Door prizes are still needed. The possibility of wooden nickels
was discussed. Dash plaques and last year’s t-shirts will be given away to the
first 75 registrants. Nancy and Dee will be appearing on the Morning Blend on
July 27th to promote the car show. LCC will be holding an apron show at the
same time and will also be promoted.

Economic Development Update:

John Yochum reported for Economic Development in Cass County. He has been
visiting with existing businesses in the last month. Some are adding 1-2 new
employees, which is a good sign. Retaining businesses is just as important as
finding new businesses.

Presentation Committee:
Terri Scholting (chair)
The new flags were installed by the city crew.

Marketing Committee: Nancy McManis (chair)
The radio and TV spots for the Last Hot Sunday in July were briefly discussed.

Fireworks were already discussed. A new chairperson needs to be found for this
committee. More discussion at a later meeting.

New Business:
T-shirts for middle school and high school LPS students was discussed. The new
superintendent approached the Mayor about B.U.I.L.D. being involved in the
project. Some points of discussion included: B.U.I.L.D.’s role and mission, better
suited for a Booster’s project, good way of “paying back” Louisville for helping
B.U.I.L.D., whose responsibility, new superintendent might not be aware of
Booster club, gladly provide list of business contacts, donations, B.U.I.L.D.’s lack
of funds and/or fundraisers and the annual continuation of the project. Andy will
reach out to new superintendent for more insight. Decision was tabled for lack of
attendance at this meeting.

A marketer for the Omaha Storm Chasers contacted Andy Mixan about
promoting Louisville at Werner Park. The idea was to have a Louisville Business
night for client/customer appreciation. Patti Jo said Weeping Water does
something similar with the Saltdogs and it’s for the whole community. Dane
mentioned that he is involved with a group in Omaha that does the same thing
with Werner Park. The idea of the mascot coming to the Last Hot Sunday in
July was suggested. There was definite interest shown so Andy will gather more

The next meeting will be Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at the Assisted
Living Facility.




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Computer Classes at Plattsmouth Library  - one more day!

Thursday, July 21, 9:00 - 11:00 am

To register or for additional dates and times, contact the library at 402-296-4154.

See what your library has to offer!

Plattsmouth Public Library

401 Avenue A

Plattsmouth, NE 68048





4-H Workshop this Thursday

Open to all youth, memberships are not required

July 21st

Heirloom Treasures

1-3pm, $10 fee

Supplies available for 3 more youth age 10 and older

The workshop is being held in the Extension Office Meeting Room.

  There is a supply list to bring.

All details can be found on our website cass.unl.edu

Click on youth and 4-H, click on 4-H workshop page, click on Heirloom Treasures.




Art Chicks is adding FREE painting parties throughout the summer! 
Stop in, bring your supplies and paint.  Acrylics, oils-whatever. 
Bring snacks or drinks or just show up!  No stress.  No fuss

July 26 Tuesday  5:30 -8

August 1 Monday 5:30 -8

August 9 Tuesday 5:30 -8

August 20 Saturday 1-4

August 30 Tuesday 5:30 -8
Art Chicks is also looking for great artists and whimsical crafters! 
We take consignment art and unique gifts so give us a call and we can give you the scoop.  
We love to feature our amazing local talent. 
Call Jeanne at 234-2669.
Art Chicks is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for lunch at 11:30 and 1:00 with reservations.  Book your special occassion any day and time for weddings, showers, parties, clubs and meetings.
Check the new website: http://www.LouisvilleArtChicks.com



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Lost and Found
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That's right!  These are all items that can appear FREE of CHARGE
in each Wednesday's LOUISVILLE Newsletter!

All YOU have to do is send the information to us - it's that simple!

Deadline for submissions to each week's Wednesday Newsletter is
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