The Elmwood Murdock Senior High School Basketball boys beat Humboldt Table Rock Steiner last week 52-40. There record is 22-4 for the season. This win sends the EM boys to the State Tournaments in Lincoln. They will play Thursday, March 10th at 7:00 pm at Lincoln Northeast High School. They will be playing Southern Valley.
Everyone is invited the Pep Rally scheduled for next Wednesday at the high school. The event will be for the Boys Basketball team and will start at 2:30 p.m. Please come on out and show your support to the boys, coaches and managers.
The Lincoln Journal Star has a great story about the Elmwood Murdock basketball team and their coach, Matt Shelsta. Click here to read it.
The pep squad and parents have decorated the school in preparation for the big week.
These are the 2016-17 Spirit Squad Recruits! Try outs are the week of March 14th...wish them all good luck!
Left to right: Victoria Wilhelm, Hannah Mather, Chealy Kucera, Kabrianna Mumford, Alyssa Closner, Shailey Hayek, Brianna Scattergood, Elyse Drake, Tatum Munhall, Alexis Campbell and Jacqueline Wilhelm
The Spirit Squad Helps Out at 10K
The Spirit Squad recruits all volunteered on Saturday, March 5th at the Leprechaun Chase at Mahoney State park by running 2 water stations for the 2500+ runners out to enjoy the amazing weather and run a 10k race through the park. Thank you to all the parents and other students who came out to help and support our EMHS Spirit Squad! Currently the cheerleading program is not sanctioned by the Elmwood Murdock school system. Therefore any medals and trophies that the squad earns cannot be displayed at the school. The School Board will be petitioned at the school board meeting on March 9th to allow the girls to display their trophy in the schools trophy case and have a state championship banner displayed on the Wall of Excellence in the gym. No doubt the girls have been a huge support to the Elmwood Murdock School athletic program. Let's hope they have the same support reciprocated.
Science Fair News
The Elmwood Murdock Elementary School held their Science Fair Tuesday night. The kids were so excited to give their presentations. Little do they know that this is preparing them for Speech class in high school and they will be scared to death then!
Brooke was not a bit shy to present to Tammy Lockman.
Charlie was ready and waiting.
Sara was really proud of her experiment.
Mrs. Stock was one of the judges.
These girls were enjoying playing with the bubbles.
Mr. Backemeyer was a judge, too.
Mrs. Schmidt listened intently to the presentation.
Shay was excited to keep the fish alive until the presentation.
Jordyn will likely be a doctor or scientist. Or a professional science fair exhibitor!
Braden did his experiment about basketball.
A little more science news...the well water testing night sponsored by the Lower Platte South NRD and the Elmwood Murdock Science Club was a success. A lot of samples were dropped off to be tested.
New Exhibit at Cass County Museum
In honor of Women's History Month, Cass County Historical Society has installed a new exhibit entitled "Noteworthy Women in Cass County History". The display includes a group of women who organized the first library, a woman who invented a colander, the first women to serve on a jury, a poet, a physician and many others. The exhibit will remain on view through May 1. During March, the museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 to 4:00. After April 1, it will also be open on Sunday.
Saturday, March 12, is Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day and the museum will offer free admission in recognition of Women's History Month.
For more information contact the museum, 402-296-4770.
80's Prom at the Red Cedar Lounge
Saturday, April 2nd 7:30 pm - 1:00 am
Put on your hottest 80's gear and come to Red Cedar Lounge and "Bust a Move". We're ready to "Rock you like a hurricane"! I know "Girls just want to have fun", but "the Boys of Summer" really know how to go to "Funkytown" so "Don't stop believing", and let's go "Dancing in the Dark"!
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Village of Elmwood Board of Trustees News: The Board has approved the Animal Ordinance. Click here to read it. If you have dogs or cats this will affect you.
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