Hope you all enjoy this weekly issue. If you have any questions,comments or something you would like me to put in the newsletter, just email me.
Lady Knights have a big game coming up on Friday. Its at Norris at 7:00pm. Lady Knights vs Tri County
Me and my boyfriend, Garyn at Lady Knights Basketball game vs Weeping Water
Check out my Murdock Newletter at www.murdocknebraska.com
Bet you didn't know that Elmwood Volunteer Fire & Rescue had a website.
To get softball/baseball registration form go to www.emsports.org It is due March 1st!
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Feb. 22 - S.O.S. Meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.
March 19 - Kindergarten Registration - Informational packets will be mailed next week. There is no
school for kindergarten students due to kindergarten registration.
E-M SCARVES AND MITTENS
Are you looking for that perfect gift? Are you wanting to show your school spirit? Here is your opportunity. The E-M Boosters just got in a shipment of EM Knight scarves and mittens. Scarves are $15.00 and Mittens are $15.00 a pair. To purchase these contact Cyndi Dwyer or Bonnie Brewer.
We are again doing theme baskets for each classroom for Silent Auction. K-Cookie Lovers, 1st-Family Games/Books 2nd - Birthday 3rd-Gardening 4th - Summer Fun/Barbeque, 5th - Coffee, 6th - Family Snow Day. The Spring Carnival is scheduled for April 16, 2010.
BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL REGISTRATION
Little League Baseball and Softball Registration forms can be downloaded at the school website (under forms) and at www.emsports.org. The registration deadline is March 1 to avoid a late fee.
GIRLS BASKETBALL DISTRICT FINALS
The Elmwood-Murdock girls basketball team will be playing Tri-County High School on Friday, February 26, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at Norris High School.
BOYS SUB DISTRICTS
The Elmwood-Murdock boys basketball team will play the winner of the Malcolm/Louisville game on Tuesday, February 23, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. at Lincoln Christian High School.
HATS ON FOR HAITI
We would like to thank everyone their support of our fundraiser for Haiti. We would also like to thank Mrs. Paulsen and the Student Council for organizing and helping with these events.
Hats on Day Totals
Hats on Total-$424.47
Bake Sale Total-$363.41
Concession Total - Not available at this time
We will take our concession total and add money from the student council to make a total of $1000 for Haiti. Hats on Day totals were tallied on Thursday for each class. Any money that was brought today was added to the total donation and did not count for the class total.
Mrs. Oehlerking's 2nd grade class won the primary division and Mrs. Paulsen's 6th grade class won the upper elementary division. Mrs. Oehlerking class chose her to have an ice cream sundae built on her head at the assembly today and Mrs. Pauslen's class chose Mr. Johnston.
Best Homemade Hat - Sela Rikli
Most Colorful Hat - Lindsey Spracklin
Tallest Hat - Kealy Barnes
Prettiest Hat - Jacquelyn Wilhelm & Nick Goudie
Oldest Hat - Jarret Mathes
Silliest hat - Crystal MacDonald
Elmwood Public Library
124 West D Street
Monday: 9:00-12:00 2:00 - 8:00
Thursday: 9:00-12:00 2:00-8:00
Books, newspapers, city manuals, copy machine, High Speed Internet, and More!
Lofte Community Theatre Volunteer Recognition
Manley, NE [February 9, 2010]- Each February the Lofte Community Theatre takes a deep breath before the start of its new season. An evening is set aside to salute its volunteers and honor them with food and gifts. This year, the Volunteer Recognition and Annual Meeting is set for Saturday, February 27th at 6pm.
The Dale Crosby Awards will be given to three of the Lofte's most outstanding volunteers. The award is named in honor of long-time Lofte President and friend, Dale Crosby of Weeping Water whom we lost in 2001. Mr. Crosby was a man who never found any job too small or unimportant. His dedication and hard work inspired many and he is still sorely missed.
In conjunction with the Volunteer Recognition activities, the Lofte Board of Directors will conduct a short business meeting to inform the public of its financial standing and plans for the future. Artistic Director, Kevin Colbert will review the 2009 season highlighting his favorite performances and fondest memories. He will also announce his show selections for the 2011 season.
All members of the Lofte Community Theatre are invited to attend. Membership is earned if you have ever purchased a ticket, volunteered your time, donated funds or performed on stage. Basically, if you've ever been to the Lofte or helped in any way, you're invited! The evening is your chance to relax, catch-up with old friends and enjoy some delicious food.
Please RSVP for this event by calling the box office at (402) 234-2553 or emailing Jean Colbert at LofteTickets@Lofte.com
Pictured on attachment: Lynn Plucknett and Nikki Biesterfeld of Louisville are just two of the many volunteers that it takes to make the Lofte a success.
Tuesday 2-23 Boys Sub-District BB at Lincoln Christian. Elmwood-Mudock vs. winner of Malcolm/Louisville game from Monday. Elmwood-Murdock vs. ???? 6:00 p.m.; Palmyra vs. Weeping Water 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday 2-24 ECNC Speech at Malcolm 9:30 a.m.Thursday 2-25 Boys Sub-Districts at Lincoln Christian
Thursday 2-25 MS GBB at Louisville 3:30 p.m.
Friday 2-26 - POSTPONED! Girls Playing in Districts!! Elmwood Murdock Junior High Appreciation Night at the Flying Wheels! 6:30 - 10:00
Friday 2-26 Girls BB Districts at Norris High School. Elmwood-Murdock vs. Tri County 7:00 p.m.
- Saturday 2-27 - Learn about the new Recycling Program - Cass County Fairgrounds
1:00 - 4:00
Saturday 2-27 District Speech at Conestoga
Saturday 2-27 MS GBB vs. Conestoga at Elmwood 10:00 a.m.
- Sunday 2-28 - EM Youth Baseball, Softball, Legion Program Pancake Breakfast 9:00
am - 1:00 pm - EM Elementary School
March 19 - Kindergarten Registration - Informational packets will be mailed next week. There is no school for kindergarten students due to kindergarten registration.