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I spoke to Dawn inbetween clients and she talked about her experience in the insurance business siince 2010

and her focus on listening. "I love the challenge that each day brings, with the Lord's help"

"I love helping people find that perfect home, or receive that Homeowner's claim check"

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Saturday, Oct 10, 2015
  Homecoming Coronation and Dance

Louisville School Events Calendar

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New Louisville Business

Amy's Country Home Daycare

Amy, 402-234-2218

New, small and a lot of child care experience. Offers a lot of TLC,

structure, consistency, clean care. Along with a wonderful playground,

playroom & home cooked, quality, meals. Conveniently,

located off Highway 50, just South of Louisville, toward either Lincoln or Omaha.

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Click HERE to Read Most Recent City Council Minutes

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Garage Sale
 
 
Lots of antiques and collectables, furniture, primitives, crocks, signs, musical instruments, dishes and too much more to list - priced to sell
East 2nd St, Louisville
September 18 -19  all day

 

 

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New Saturday Morning Clinics Hours

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Upcoming blood donation opportunity:
 
Cass County
Louisville
Oct. 14: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Louisville High School, 202 W. 3rd St.

Donate blood with the Red Cross to support organ transplant patients and others needing blood


LINCOLN, Neb. (Sept. 14, 2015) — During Liver Awareness Month this October, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood and platelets to support liver transplant patients and others needing blood products.

Liver transplants are the second most common type of transplant with more than 6,000 performed in the U.S. each year, according to the American Liver Foundation. Liver transplant patients may require in excess of 30 pints of blood during surgery.

For blood donor Amy Slattery, the need for blood hits close to home. Her mother received a liver transplant and needed more than 70 blood products during the surgery.

“I donate to help others that needed blood like her,” said Slattery. “I donate in thanks to those who donate their blood products to help save lives.”

Volunteer donors like Slattery are the only source of blood for those in need of transfusions during transplants and other surgeries. Donors with all blood types are needed, and especially those with types O negative, A negative, B negative and AB blood.

To make an appointment to donate blood, eligible donors are encouraged to download the Red Cross Blood Donor App from app stores or text BLOODAPP to 90999 to receive a download link, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).


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Bloom Where You're Planted Farm's 11th Annual Pumpkin Festival

Sept. 26-Oct. 31 -- Fridays 1-6 p.m., Weekends 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

911-108th St., rural Avoca

New for 2015!  Corn Hole, a fun Egg Race game, and a big John Deere combine you can climb into!

Other activities include hay rides, nature trails, farm animals, rubber duck races, bucking bronco barrel ride, corn pit, family-sized tire swing, hay climb and tunnel, dress-a-scarecrow, horse swings, agricultural exhibits, gourd tunnel, photo ops and more!  Don't miss the barn full of seasonal gifts, tasty treats, antiques and TONS of pumpkins, or all of the yummy food from the Schoolhouse Cafe (serving smoked pulled pork sandwiches, hot dogs, nachos, ice cream, homemade pie and cookies, and coffee on the weekends).

Admission is $6.00 for ages 3 & up and includes all activities.  Shop the barn or dine at the cafe without an admission charge. 

Special events include Service Family Day Sept. 26, A.R.T. Fair with live music Oct. 3, Doggy Day Oct. 10, Country concert by McKenzie JaLynn and the Renegades Oct. 18, and Thanks-and-Giving Day Oct. 31.  See our website, www.bloompumpkinpatch.com, or Facebook pages for full details.

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MURDER MYSTERY COSTUME BALL
AT THE LOFTE
  
Friday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets $25
  
The audience is the cast!  The entire theater is the stage!  Come for the food.  Stay for the murder! Dress in your favorite costume and prepare for an interactive murder mystery event at the Lofte.  
  
A full dinner accompanies this fatal folly of fun.  Reservations required so call or email today!
 
Menu:  Dinner Salad
Roast Beef or Chicken
Twice Baked Potato Casserole
Country Style Green Beans
Dessert

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 Saving Lives - Saving

MoneyPublic Health Prevention Pilots Reap Life and Cost Savings  

Lincoln, Nebraska-----Nebraskans could see dramatically improved life spans and significant health care cost containment if policy makers listen to the results of Prevention Pilot Projects recently completed by the Public Health Districts in Nebraska. “Public Health Prevention Funding Report 2014” captures nineteen different public health prevention programs funded with $50,000 onetime funding appropriated by the Nebraska Legislature  to  Nebraska’s Local Public Health Departments. 

“Each Prevention Project was determined by the unique community needs identified by each Local Public Health Department which is part of their mission. With 86% of health care spending going to chronic diseases these strategies to decrease chronic diseases demonstrate how embracing health care rather than ‘sick care’ Nebraska can improve lives and save money,” said Adi Pour Director Douglas County Health Department. 

Prevention efforts funded in these pilot projects focused on local programs to decrease obesity prevent complications from diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases. The projects increased access to medical and dental homes, worksite wellness services…all with the intent to prevent disease and disability and to assure health preventive services for children and adults. 

“National data shows that for each additional dollar of public health spending that is used for prevention $5.60 is saved on total healthcare expenditures.  Within these prevention projects the stage is  set  for cost savings and in many we see in ‘real time’ the medical cost offset that occurs,” stated South Heartland Health District Public Health Director Michele Bever. 

The Panhandle Public Health Department’s pilot prevention program that enhanced the Panhandle Worksite Wellness Council was recognized by the US Office of the Surgeon General as an exemplary program in the Annual Status Report of the National Prevention Council. Kim Engel, Panhandle Public Health Director stated “the Panhandle Worksite Wellness Council works with 40 panhandle businesses which reach one of every five employed people in the Panhandle region”. 

The Sarpy/Cass Department of Health & Wellness Public Health Pilot Prevention 2014 Report is attached.

SCHealth

 

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 Bloom2015

Bloom Where You're Planted Farm's 11th Annual Pumpkin Festival
Sept. 26-Oct. 31 -- Fridays 1-6 p.m., Weekends 10 a.m.-6 p.m.


911-108th St., rural AvocaNew for 2015!  Corn Hole, a fun Egg Race game, and a big John Deere combine you can climb into!Other activities include hay rides, nature trails, farm animals, rubber duck races, bucking bronco barrel ride, corn pit, family-sized tire swing, hay climb and tunnel, dress-a-scarecrow, horse swings, agricultural exhibits, gourd tunnel, photo ops and more!  Don't miss the barn full of seasonal gifts, tasty treats, antiques and TONS of pumpkins, or all of the yummy food from the Schoolhouse Cafe (serving smoked pulled pork sandwiches, hot dogs, nachos, ice cream, homemade pie and cookies, and coffee on the weekends).

Admission is $6.00 for ages 3 & up and includes all activities.  Shop the barn or dine at the cafe without an admission charge.  

Special events include Service Family Day Sept. 26, A.R.T. Fair with live music Oct. 3, Doggy Day Oct. 10, Country concert by McKenzie JaLynn and the Renegades Oct. 18, and Thanks-and-Giving Day Oct. 31. 

See website www.bloompumpkinpatch.com for full details.

 

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