The Clements Insurance Agency and Lifetime Wellness office building received a new facelift last week.
The work was done by Premier Painting of Nebraska City. They made quick work of it and finished up on Saturday.
Anthony Baker, in the white, is the owner of the company. He made sure the job was perfect.
Notice the "Welcome to Elmwood" sign? We have Kurk and Chris Shrader and Lou Allgayer to thank for that!
Kurk and Kris rode in the basket while Lou drove them around. They took down the Elmwood Extravaganza signs and replaced them with the Welcome to Elmwood signs.
Lou Allgayer with assistance from Connie Carlton got the baskets hung up last weekend. I loitered around them to give moral support.
The Senior class band and choir members. One last Hurrah!
The Elmwood Murdock Trap Team went to state competition last week in Doniphan, NE.
Drake Spohr, son of Dave and Lori Spohr, competed in three events at Sidney, Iowa, both days-goat tying, breakaway roping, and chute dogging. Looks like that boy is a cowboy.
The Shakespeare in the Streets Festival conducted by the Elmwood Library Board was a hit for the second year in a row! Thanks to all the businesses and volunteered who sponsored and helped at the event for making this event such a success. It was truly amazing.
Kate Zakaras and her puppy at the Petting Zoo.
Kim Cawley was in charge of the goats at the petting zoo. The kids loved it!
Angelica Romero was in charge of the parakeets.
Eli was a little reluctant about petting the goats.
The juggler wowed the crowd!
The tight rope walker was pretty cool, too.
Drake Clements was dressed for the part. He told his grandma that he was Shakesfear. She told him he needed to learn how to pronounce his name if he was going to wear the clothes!
Drake's little sisters wouldn't be left out! They were princesses!
Dan Brown and his partner in BBQ, Alan Brockhoff, did not disappoint. The meat was great! The turkey legs were my favorite. They had help from Dan's family, his wife Theresa, and kids, Cody and and Alyssa helped serve.
Christian wanted a sword!
Josh Lockman was just plain cool with his ukulele.
Karey Koehn was escorted by her son, Harrison.
Pastor E was the announcer....he proclaimed the festival a success!
This group of damsels are the Elmwood Library Board. Casey Clements, Danielle Dunker, Alicia Clements, Tiffany Misken, Carrie Nunez, and Janet Sorensen. Without their hard work and dedication and help from their families this event would not happen. Thank you to everyone who helped bring Shakespeare to our streets!
Volunteers wanted to help with Family Field Day! 7-8 people to help with the events would be great! Contact Dr. Hufstader at the Lifetime Wellness Clinic
Elmwood Rescue Squad Collectible Coins for Sale
Have you ordered your Elmwood Rescue Squad Collectible Coin yet? I got mine this week. It is sweet! The money goes for a good cause and now I have a really cool coin that I can keep. Order yours now and support the Elmwood Rescue Squad!
In an effort to raise funds and to have something unique to the Elmwood Rescue Squad, we are selling a Collectible Coin. You can order these coins through our website. These Coins are $10.00 each plus $1.00 shipping and handling. Thank you in advance for supporting the Elmwood Rescue Squad. www.evfrd.org
This is page one of the Elmwood Murdock Merchants Association Spring Newsletter.
ELMWOOD-MURDOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
KITCHEN ASSISTANT - MURDOCK SCHOOL SITE
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
The Elmwood-Murdock Public School has a vacancy for a Kitchen Assistant at the Murdock School site. Perspective employees should have knowledge of quantity food preparation, understanding of basic nutrition, basic math skills and a willingness to learn ordering system and menu planning. Applicants must be physically able to lift 40 pounds. Start date for this position is on or about August 13, 2015 and employee will work days school is in session for students. Interested applicants should contact Dan Novak, Superintendent, at 402-867-2341 or via e-mail at email@example.com
. 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.
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.
Community Sustaining Sponsors 2015
2015 Community Sustaining Sponsor