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Keep Cass County Beautiful

Keep Cass County Beautiful hosted its second annual Volunteer/Member Appreciation Event on Saturday, March 12 at the Louisville Senior Center. Thirty- eight guests from Cass County communities enjoyed socializing and dinner donated by Plattsmouth Hy-Vee Catering. Mindy Rush-Chipman, KCCB board vice-president, discussed the history, mission and goals of the organization. A silent auction was also held. Linda Behrns, KCCB executive director, presented two member appreciation awards at the event.

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The first KCCB Appreciation Award was given to the village of Cedar Creek for the renovation of their local ballfield and for litter cleanups.  Mitch Pearrow, a Cedar Creek Village Board Member, accepted the award on behalf of the board. With Pearrow’s help, KCCB received a $20,000 Keep America Beautiful/Lowe’s Community Improvement Grant for the project. The Cedar Creek Tree and Park Board sponsored litter cleanups to help beautify the Cedar Creek spur. Behrns thanked the Village of Cedar Creek for their generous membership donation and for improving their community.

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The second appreciation award was presented to the Village of Manley for the environmental and beautification projects they have completed in the past year. Jolene Dalton, Manley clerk, and Mickey Dalton, Manley Village Board member accepted the award. Behrns explained, “The Manley board approved and now offers curbside recycling for all of its residents. They held a Great American Cleanup of the Manley spur in the spring, planted 10 new beautiful trees in their city park through the Nebraska ReTree program, and used our KCCB recycling bins to host a litter-free recycling event at their “Pillage the Village” annual event. We thank you for your membership donation and are proud to award this certificate to the Village of Manley.”

Thanks to Everyone that Helped this Last Year - Please Click Here to Join

Keep Cass County Beautiful is a non-profit organization serving all Cass County residents to help them take greater responsibility for enhancing their community environment.


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