Elmwood Newsletter - 04-22-2015
How blessed are we to have a great company in our community. John and Pat Miller have built Oxbow into a world wide animal supply company. Watch this video about John Miller and Oxbow.
Congratulations to the Skills USA Team for going to the Nebraska State Skills USA Conference. A special congratulations to Casey Kopf for placing 3rd in the Mousetrap Vehicle and to Jessie Spaulding, Laura Fortney, and Madison Mills for placing 2nd! Good job, team!
What a great plan! Have a garage sale and then haul the good stuff that didn't sell to Bits and Pieces and the bad stuff can go to the dumpsters!!
Helen showed off the new countertops the other day. Joe photo bombed her.
So, What is a GAGA BALL PIT?
I'm sure if you have been reading the newsletter you have seen the flyer about the Gaga Ball Pit. And I'm sure you are wondering just what in the world is that. Well, if you have kids in junior high or high school chances are they have played gaga ball in PE Class. Pat Wray, PE instructor, has had the kids play this before and has found that they really enjoy it. It is quite the rage in other parts of the country and many communities are installing one.
Reilly Kuenning, a freshman at Elmwood Murdock is a Life Scout from Boy Scout Troop 360 in the Seven Feathers District of the Cornhusker Council in Elmwood. As he started to plan his Eagle Scout project he thought about the Elmwood Park and wondered if a Gaga Ball Pit would work there. An Eagle Scout project is the opportunity for a Boy Scout, Varsity Scout or qualified Venturer in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of his community. He did some research to see what it would take to build one and then made a presentation to the Elmwood Village Board of Trustees to see if they would approve his suggestion of building one in the park. The project was approved!
Reilly is seeking donations of some or all of the materials to build the Gaga Ball Pit on the old basketball court in the Elmwood Park. Monetary donations are also appreciated! The Gaga Ball Pit will be a favorite of kids of all ages. Once it is installed there will be a grand opening with a demonstration on how to play. People can form teams and there will be a tournament!
You may have seen the donations cans around town. Throw your spare change in and help the future Eagle Scout achieve his goal! In the process you will be helping to bring a new game to the park.
This is page one of the Elmwood Murdock Merchants Association Spring Newsletter.
Eleanor Fleischman - It is her 99th birthday on May 5th!!!
No party this year...she is holding out for a big wing ding next year!
7202 Van Dorn St. Apt. 64 Lincoln, NE 68506
ELMWOOD-MURDOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
HEAD CUSTODIAN-MURDOCK SCHOOL SITE
. Please make reference to applying for the Murdock School site position when making contact with ABM.
ELMWOOD-MURDOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
KITCHEN ASSISTANT - MURDOCK SCHOOL SITE
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
. The Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
VIP* Job Opening at the EM Schools
(*Very Important Person)
Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools are in need for substitutes for the para-professionals in our district (Prek-12th grade). A para professional provide instructional support and assistance within the classroom setting. Some services could be provided 1:1 or with a small group. Para Substitutes are paid on an hourly wage of $7.25. The school follows the federal minimum wage rate for this school year.
Eagle Raceway Marketing Director Position:
Seeking well versified person to seek and sell sponsorship and advertising packages, develop marketing and event strategies and promote Eagle Raceway, America’s Home Track.
Main duties include:
- Seek, sell, plan and execute sponsorship and advertising packages
- Fulfill sponsor needs
- Develop and execute yearly marketing guide and strategies while implementing social media, print, radio, press releases, etc.
- Develop sponsor/advertising/LED signage/program ads/billboard spreadsheets (Microsoft Office skills)
- Schedule radio and print
- Develop PA announcements, VIP Suite guest list, gate lists weekly
- Organize and schedule 50/50 recipients
- Organize and participate in event and intermission activities
- Seek, sell, plan and execute company outings
- Attend designated workshops for continued education (at company’s cost)
Preferably candidate would be someone with a home office that is self-disciplined, but is not mandatory.
The Cass County Veterans Service Committee has an immediate opening for a committee member. Qualifications include having “served on active duty in one of the branches of the armed forces of the United States and have been discharged with a characterization of honorable as provided in revised State Statute 80-401.01.” Committee members must be residents of the State of Nebraska for five continuous years prior to assuming a committee appointment and must be a resident of Cass County. In order to maintain representation from throughout the county, preference will be given to veterans from the western portion of Cass County.
) or call (402) 994-5315.
"Love” is in the Air at the Lofte!
Manley, NE [April 7, 2015] - The Lofte Community Theatre will be holding a special event on April 24, 25 and 26. A.R. Gurney’s classic, “Love Letters” will be produced on stage with a rotating cast of actors playing the principal roles on different dates.
Love Letters” is the story of Melissa and Andrew, and their fifty-year relationship as told through their letters to one another. Their sometimes funny and often complicated relationship grows, despite their geographic distance, through the power of the pen. This script has been produced many times on stage and screen and has become a favorite over the years.
Directed by Erik Quam of Omaha, Melinda Mead, Betty Colbert and Anne Pope will rotate the role of Melissa while Doug Rothgeb, Kevin Colbert and Jamion Biesterfeld play Andrew. Curtain time on April 24 and 25 is at 7pm. Sunday, April 26 will be a 2pm matinee.
Wine, chocolate and cheese hors d’oeuvres will be served to help set the mood for this romantic stroll down Lover’s Lane. Tickets for the event are $25 per person. Advanced reservations are suggested. Tickets may be obtained by calling the Lofte box office at 402-234-2553.
VILLAGE OF ELMWOOD
113 WEST E STREET
P.O. BOX 62
ELMWOOD, NE 68349
April 20, 2015
The Village of Elmwood Board of Trustees would like to notify you that if you own a dog or cat, you are required by law to license your pet for the 2015 year through the month of April at the City Hall; this year you have up until May 15th for licensing of your pet. The cost is $10.00 per dog or $8.00 if spayed or neutered and/or $5.00 per cat or $2.50 if spayed or neutered. You will be required to show a current valid rabies vaccination certificate, and/or proof of spaying or neutering certificate issued by a veterinarian.
This licensing is a requirement of State Ordinance 93.40. All dogs or cats over 6 months of age are required to be vaccinated for rabies and have a valid license. This license tag is to be worn by the pet at all times, and the animal is to be kept on the owner’s property or on a leash at all times. Any dog or cat found running at large with or without licensing may be impounded and a $50.00 fine charged for its return; if impounded a second time the fine will be $100.00, and the third time it is impounded the fine will be $150.00. In addition to the impound fee, the pet owner will be responsible for licensing fees if the pet is found running at large without a license.
This licensing is mandatory and anyone not acquiring a license for their pet by May 15, 2015, will be in violation of the law and subject to a citation. If you have not secured a 2015 license for your pet by May 15, 2015, you will be responsible for the license fee per pet in addition to a late fee charge of $50.00 per animal.
In addition to licensing, a KENNEL PERMIT or MULTI-CAT PERMIT are required for anyone having three (3) or more dogs or cats. A KENNEL PERMIT APPLICATION along with the $75.00 fee or a MULTI-CAT PERMIT with a $50.00 fee must be filed with the Village Clerk at the same time as the pet licensing application. A kennel permit or multi-cat permit may be issued pending approval by the Village of Elmwood Board of Trustees. The Pet License Application, Kennel Permit Application, and Multi-Cat Permit Application forms are available at the Village Office or online @ www.elmwoodnebraska.com.
VILLAGE OF ELMWOOD
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
New Pet Licensing Forms!!
These forms are also available on the Village website. Click here.
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