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American Legion Post 247 will be making another order for

flagpoles like the ones at the cemetery.  If interested, please

contact Bonnie at 994-5315 or
bb45231@windstream.net

before 30 September.  These make great gifts.

 

Flying Wheels Fun Center
Elmwood, NE
Back to the Basics - Go Skating!

NEW SATURDAY MORNING HOURS!!!
Saturday - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Admission: $4.00 per person + skate rental -
one adult admission free with a paid child admission--great time for the
beginners or families.

Saturday - 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm Admission: $5.00 per person + skate rental -
All ages welcome! Skating until 9:30ish then dodgeball and/or dancing.
Sunday - 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Admission: $5.00 per person + skate rental -
Great Family Night! Great music for those with retro or country taste.
Skating and sometimes dodgeball!

Skate Rental: $1.00 for quads & $2.25 for Inlines

Check out the website for special activities such as
Skate/Dance/Dodges!

Birthday Parties are fun at the Flying Wheels!

Call for info and to schedule your party!

www.flyingwheelsrocks.com
(402)994-6655 or (402)867-4123

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Elmwood Holiday Extravaganza Craft Show

Calling all Crafters! Spaces Available!!! First Come, First Serve!

Saturday - Nov. 28th
8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Vendors Set up 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Indoor facility with concessions available all day!

Details: Each booth is 10' x 10'; Booth rental is $20-includes one 6' or
8' table. You may bring other tables. We do the advertising and you
manage your own pricing and sales. Reserve your space for craft by
submitting your information and payment to the contact below.
We
won't allow two vendors for the same company so first come first served!

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PILLAGE THE VILLAGE A SUCCESS!

Pillage the Village turned out to be a perfect day!  The Kick

Ball tournament started at 8:30 am and finished around 6:30

Eight teams competed.  Three Beds showed up for the Bed

Race and last year's champs, FOAGA, held their title for the

second year in a row.  Throughout the day there were kids

games, concessions, popcorn stand, and in the evening smoked

grilled chicken or pork dinner with sides was served.  It was some

really good eating.  All participants in the Kickin' Balls and Racin'

Beds received Manley T-shirts and other prizes.  The Pillage the

Village committee is already looking forward to next year. 

So start building your beds and gathering your teams now.

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"The Bombers" in green shirts against the fence Team members Mark & Missy Meyer, Cindy "The Bomber" Backemeier, Matt "Crooked Leg" Zoz, Knut, Kim Rust, Loren & Tammy Lockman, 

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Local participants in the rust orange shirts sitting on the pick up are : 
David, Jake, Scotter, & Janelle resting after several games of Kick ball.

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Rednecks Team consisted of lots of Cass County residents and only one Manley alumni

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FOAGA Team consisted of some north of the river residents.

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Fall is in the air.  The first day was this week and you can

tell by the chill in the air in the mornings that it is here.

The mums around town are so beautiful.  The apartment

building owned by Bill and Sue Connor on main street is

decorated for fall.  The curb
appeal is great!

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Better head out to the Punkin' Patch on Highway 34 to get your

fall decorating items.  They have gourds, pumpkins, decorative corn,

mums, just about anything you could want!

The Flying Wheels was Hoppin' Last Weekend!

The kids came out in droves!  It was so much fun!  Elmwood, Murdock,

Weeping Water, and surrounding communities have some really great

kids.  And they had a blast Saturday night!  Skating, dodgeball, and

dancing!

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Great Weather = Picnic in the Park

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A family takes advantage of the great weather to have a picnic in the

park.  The Elmwood City Park is one of the best around.  The tennis

court net was recently replaced and the court has been spiffed up.

It has been getting some serious playing time, too.  Did you know the

park has horseshoe pits?  Bring your shoes down and challenge your

buddies.  The Boot Camp team has been utilizing the park all summer

to keep in shape!

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That reminds me...Boot Camp!

Annette Eggert leads the Boot Camp team in exercises several times a week.

The workout is strictly at your own pace.  She provides a variety of exercises

and shows you how to do them but leaves it up to you to push yourself to

your limit.  She doesn't stand over you and scream at you.  Give her a call if

you are interested.  It would be a great combination with the Lifetime Wellness

Center Weightloss Challenge!

Workout Times:  Monday & Wednesday nights - 6:45-7:45

Friday mornings - 5:45 - 6:45

Saturday mornings - 6:15 - 7:15

Annette Eggert:  402-490-9959

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Talk about Exercise...the Market to Market Relay will be coming

through Elmwood!
On October 10th, 2009, the 2nd annual Market

To Market Relay presented by Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital

will pass through Elmwood.The Market To Market Relay is the only

long distance running relay race in the state of Nebraska and is a

fun and challenging event.

The 84-mile course is broken into 21 stages with each runner taking

on about three stages. Stages range from about 3 to 5 miles on a

mixture of trails, paved roads,
and highways between Omaha and

Lincoln. After the race, runners are invited to stick around for the

Post Race Shindig. There will be food, drinks, live entertainment,

as well as expo booths from our sponsors!  The race has limited spots

and was sold out early in the year.

The starting line is Stage 1 and starts at 11th and Jackson Street in the

Omaha Old Market. Race starting times will be staggered.

thecourse

For more information about the race check out this website:

http://markettomarketrelay.com/

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DOWN SYNDROME BUDDY WALK

A special registration has been offered to schools by the Down Syndrome

Association for Families for the upcoming Buddy Walk on Saturday,

October 3, 2009.  Students, staff, and families are invited to join the Willey

Family on our team, Ben's Brigade. The one-mile walk, begins at Antelope Park

(near 30th & A) in Lincoln, NE.  Registration and activities begin at 8:00 am in

the building across from the Barrier-Free Playground and the walk begins at 9:30. 

Free food, entertainment, and games will be provided.  There is also an awesome

raffle with lots of great prizes.  Plus, when you finish the walk, you get a sticker

that will get you in to the Children's Museum free all day on Saturday October 3rd


If you can join us please contact the school office or Angie Willey at 994-4225 or

awilley1@yahoo.com ) by Tuesday September 29th.  Don't forget to wear your Knights attire.

 

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SCHOOL NOTES:

The Knightly News is a weekly distribution from the Elementary

School to the parents.  If you would like to keep up with the

elementary school news click here.  This includes the SOS meeting

minutes, upcoming events, and reminders for parents.


SOS FALL FESTIVAL MEETING

We will be having a meeting for anyone who would like to help

with our Fall Festival on Wednesday, Sept. 30th at 7:00p.m.

in the Commons Area.  This would just be a meeting to brainstorm

new ideas for the festival.  If you have any questions, please call

Samantha Bornemeier at 402-499-3961 or email at sbornemeier@aim.com.

The Fall Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 24, 2009 at the

elementary school.  A time has not yet been set.  We will be accepting

candy donations for the Fall Festival.  More information will follow.

 

 

Homecoming this week!

SPIRIT WEEK

Students are encouraged to dress up following the theme of the day.

You are also encouraged to show your spirit by dressing like this when

you go to work.  What better way to show your support!

 

Monday is PJ Day.

Tuesday is Sports Hero Day

Wednesday is Retro Day

Thursday is Steve Erkle Day

Friday is Salt and Pepper Day.

 

BIG GAME:

 

Elmwood Murdock vs Louisville Friday night: 7:00 pm

Homecoming Dance: Saturday Night - Murdock 7:00 - 11:00 pm

 

 

Event Calendar for Elmwood - Murdock

Sept. 23 - Graduation Competiencies parents meeting, Murdock 7 pm

Sept. 23 - Booster Club Meeting - Parents of  7-12 graders - Library

at Murdock School. 8:00 pm

Sept. 30 - Senior Post Prom meeting in Murdock - 7:00 pm

Oct. 3 - Downs Syndrome Buddy Walk - Join Ben's Brigade! 8:00 am Antelope Park Lincoln.

Oct. 3 - Jake Ita Memorial Race -Wavelink Raceway Park

Oct. 9 - Grandparents Day at the Elementary School from 1:30-3:00 p.m.

Oct. 11 - The Waffleman will be at the Elmwood Fire Station from

9:00 a.m. to noon Sunday.

Oct. 12 - Parent/Teacher conferences at Elmwood from 12:00-8:00 p.m.

Oct. 16 - S.O.S. Soup Supper at the high school football game from 

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Oct. 24 - Fall Festival at Elementary School

Please send your school, community, or public activities to me and I'll post them.

 

 

 

Attention All Parents of 9th -12th Graders

Come hear the Todd Becker Story on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at

7:00 p.m. Speaker Keith Becker will present the life changing message

at the Louisville High School Gym. The assembly takes about 90 minutes

and is well worth the time. The story is about an all American kid. Someone who

had it all. Someone with so much potential. Football. Baseball. Track.

College. Life. It's about a senior in his last days of high school who

made a choice that ended it all. Someone dead, at just 18. Its' a story

that is in all of us. All patrons, parents and students from area schools

are welcome to attend. For more information call Louisville Schools at 234-3585.

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BIRTHDAYS:

My Hubby Vince!  Happy Birthday, September 24th!  You, Stud Muffin, you!

 

 

If you submitted a story for me this week and you don't see it here it could

be because my computer crashed and I'm just working from my memory.  So

if I missed your story I am very sorry!  Hopefully I'll be back in business next week.

Have a great week!

Julie

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