I received some more pictures of the Starry Knight Parade from Dawn Romine this week. It was cold but fun!
Carriage rides would be so fun!
Rob Clements driving his grandkids through the parade.
The FBLA kids.
SANTA!! It's SANTA!!!
Rick Clements toting his granddaughter around.
Kris Shrader does a fabulous job decorating the windows at Bits and Pieces.
Lou was a fine auctioneer of the muffins at the Elmwood Community Center.
Brenda Vogt sent this picture in of Jim Wolcott and his grandson, Aldrick Dinkel.
May the Force Be With You!!
Saturday was a Star Wars kind of day at the Strategic Air Force Museum. Nikki Baumgart and her boys, Zachary and Eli, made the front page of the Omaha World Herald on their visit. They were in good company! Click here if you want to see the story.
Cass County Residents Waste & Recycling Survey
Cass County Business, Commercial and Industrial Waste & Recycling Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SB7GJJ2
Cass County Farming & Agricultural Waste & Recycling Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q25L9NT
Funding has been provided for the development of this plan through the Waste Reduction and Recycling Initiative Grant Program, Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality.
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Nebraska Tourism Commission Announces Nebraska Tourism Cares Program
LINCOLN, Neb. (December 4, 2015)— Nebraska Tourism Commission is excited to announce the Nebraska Tourism Cares Program. This philanthropic program aims to preserve and enrich the travel experience for future generations by protecting and restoring destinations throughout Nebraska. Nebraska Tourism will coordinatefour service projectsannually, each service opportunity being a two-day event. Destinations must apply in order to be considered as a service site. Nebraska Tourism coordinates the volunteer crews and logistics.
Nebraska Tourism’s Executive Director Kathy McKillip commented, “We encourage everyone to consider tourism sites throughout the state that could use extra help in maintaining or improving their destination—projects could include painting, landscaping, clean up, organization, and even new build projects.”
Attached is the application to be considered as a service site in 2016. This application is due Thursday, December 31. Also attached is an example of a completed application. Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Nebraska Tourism Commission, c/o Amanda Barker, 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, NE, 68509. The selected destination and service dates for the first project in 2016 will be announced in January. At that time, applications for volunteers will be accepted.
Community Sustaining Sponsors 2015
2015 Community Sustaining Sponsor