Elmwood Newsletter 4-19-2017
Elmwood Nebraska News
I'm going to be a little indulgent this week. I have become a first-time Grandmother and it's Twins!!
Yes, my daughter Jennifer had a boy and a girl last Thursday and we left and drove straight through the night to Dallas Texas to meet our grandbabies.
I've joined the Granma club and Randy has become "Papaw"
So this newsletter is coming to you from Texas the next couple of weeks while I'm helping Jen and Justin with the babies.
I need your help. Please keep an eye out for photo opportunities. Send photos of past events. The dog wash, and pet vaccination clinic and the new banners going up in town.
See, the newsletter is for ANY important event of interest to anyone in Elmwood. Do you have a story about a former student doing something outstanding? Is a local Elmwoodian (is that a word??) an author? Maybe a resident got a new job worth bragging about?
Please send photos of your past events, prom, youth group events, pancake feeds, 4-H club meetings, scout meetings, garden club, church suppers, it's all news that shows the vibrancy and life of Elmwood Nebraska.
EASTER EGG HUNT
ELMWOOD PARK, ELMWOOD, NEBRASKA
The Elmwood-Murdock FBLA once again hosted the Community Easter Egg hunt in Elmwood Park. They hunted Easter eggs, saw the Easter bunny and got prizes.
A good time was had by all and thank you to Angie Wiley for supplying the photos.
The Easter Egg Hunt at the park was always a favorite event for me to attend. Nothing like little kids eyes lighting up when they find eggs behind a tree. Or is it running like crazy all over the grass trying to collect the most eggs?
This is a reminder to PLEASE email me upcoming news and events. Or, if you happen to see an event happening, or something fun going on in Elmwood, take a photo and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s Get Ready for Spring!
It’s time for the
Elmwood-Murdock Spirit Squad
Friday, May 5th from 4pm-8pm
Saturday, May 6th 9am-3pm
Elmwood Fire Hall
Thank you for supporting the
Elmwood-Murdock Spirit Squad!
3rdPlace Class C-2 Nebraska State Non-Tumbling
1st Place Class C, Skutt Catholic High School Competition
All proceeds benefit the Elmwood-Murdock Spirit Squad as they raise money to attend Cheer Camp this summer and purchase their new uniforms!
Elmwood-Murdock Students Shine at State FBLA
Elmwood-Murdock sent over 30 students to the State FBLA competition in Omaha on April 6-8. The students earned many awards at the competition, including 10 members qualifying for FBLA Nationals in Anaheim this summer. The Elmwood-Murdock FBLA Chapter is sponsored by Ms. Laura Rikli and Mr. Jacob Shaffer.
Congratulations to these National Qualifiers: Whitney Koehn, Katrina Hansen and Payton Frahm – Community Service; Jac Clements - Accounting I; Hayden Ernst - Introduction to Business Procedures; Grace Althouse - Client Service; Whitney Koehn - Sales Presentation; John Willey and Jac Clements – Banking and Financial Systems; Riley Backemeyer, Norah Green and Austin Meisinger – Partnership with Business.
Photography Exhibit at the Aldrich House.
During April over 10 local photographers will be displaying their Nebraska-themed Photographs. Check out just a few of the photographs below.
The museum will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00-4:00 pm.
Bits and Pieces 402-994-5755
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 9:00 – 4:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 12:00 Friday 9:00 – 5:00
Closed on Monday
We're gearing up for our big “Stories in the Streets” event on April 30th.
We would like to invite any of you kids (Let's face it, we're all kid's at heart) to dress up for our Storybook Character Parade that will take place at 2:00.
Hey folks, we want to let everybody know that our April 30th event, "Stories in the Streets" is moving full steam ahead!
We have received some awesome donations that we will be passing on to you in the way of door prizes. You won't need to be present to win when your name is drawn but you will need to show up and sign up to win one of these spectacular gifts!
Janet Sorensen, Director
For more information call: 402-994-4125.
Elmwood Community Center
(right next door to Elmwood Inspired)
Morning Coffee Bar 8:00 am
Coffee, Tea, Milk
(Milk available, please ask the cook)
Free will offering - suggested $1.00
Noon MealsEat in or Take out
Please call by 9:30am to reserve
Suggested price for noon meal is $5.00
Time to license your dog and cat for 2017.
If you own a dog or cat, even if your dogs or cats are kept indoors, you are required by law to license your pet for the 2017 year.
Dogs $10.00 per dog or $8.00 if spayed or neutered Cats $5.00 per cat or $2.50 if spayed or neutered.
You will be required to show a current valid rabies vaccination certificate, and proof of spaying or neutering issued by your veterinarian. You may also provide a photo of your pet to attach to our records for help in identifying pets found running at large.
The dog or cat owner is required to license their pet by May 1, 2017, or said owner will be in violation of the law and subject to a citation.
If you have not secured a 2017 license for your pet by May 1, 2017, you will be responsible for the license fee per pet in addition to a late fee charge of $50.00 per animal; other charges may apply.
Licenses will not be mailed out anymore due to the added costs for mailing.
Elmwood Dog and Cat Vaccination Clinic
4-H Dog Walker Fundraiser
If you love animals this event is definitely for you!
Saturday, April 22nd,
Leid Platte River Connection Bridge, near South Bend, Nebraska.
You can walk your dog and help with raising money for a wonderful cause! Help with raising money for a 4-H project the AKC Pet Disaster Relief Trailer, a trailer to help animals in disasters along with people.
This will benefit so many in the end! Help be part of a great cause!
There will be raffle chances and drawings for door prizes, t-shirts, and bracelets available for sale. Please have your pets on a leash, and pick-up bags will be available.
Parking available at trailhead 1/2 a mile South of SouthBend off of Nebraska 66, on 328th Street, or there is a smaller parking lot on the North Side of the Bridge of Nebraska 31 West of 196th Circle at the Trailhead.
Additional Information Contacts; Mary DeGraff - email@example.com
Roseann Dobesh-DeGraff -402-297-3662 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lofte Community Theatre
Presents Steel Magnolias in April in Manley
Improve Your Rifle Shooting Skills
Understand what Natural Point of Aim means
Learn the correct way to use a sling
Learn basic range procedures
Develop a correct sight picture
Learn proper breathing and trigger control
Learn prone, sitting and standing shooting positions
In a safe and fun atmosphere
Sunday April 23, 2017
Sign In 8:00 A.M. – 8:30 A.M.
Instruction starts at 9:00 A.M.
Shooting ends approximately 2:00 P.M
RIMFIRE SPORTER RIFLE CLINIC
WEEPING WATER GUN CLUB
CMP Mission - To teach safety and marksmanship skills to U.S. citizens, promote firearm practice, and conduct competitions - with an emphasis on youth.Since1903.
Shoot a rifle match following instruction period
.22 LR only
Any action allowed - semi-auto, bolt, pump, lever
(rifle needs to hold 5 rounds)
Any sight allowed – irons or optics
Shoot a 60 round CMP Rimfire Sporter Match
Clinic is sanctioned by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)
Clinic is open to members of the public who may legally own a firearm
For more information and to reserve a spot
call Steve Gaebel (402)234-7845
Instruction by CMP GSM Master Instructors
All range personnel are NRA certified Range Safety Officers
Participants need to bring their own rifle and ammunition (65 rds. min)
Rug, mat or carpet remnant for use in the prone position
You may also want to bring something to drink and snack on
Clinic Fee $10
Christ Lutheran Church
Flea Market & Pop-Up Bakery coming soon!
Several auctions this weekend
Paid advertising - click to view details at www.gpsold.com
Community Sustaining Sponsors 2017
2017 Community Sustaining Sponsor
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