With this severe cold, you may know some people who could use extra nutrition and grocers this month.
The Food Bank has moved to the previous Village Office location.
Fall 2020 Dean’s List
University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL)
Alice Jean Richter (Elmwood) junior, Dean’s List, Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts, graphic design.
Brianna Beth Scattergood Elmwood) sophomore, Dean’s List, College of Education and Human Sciences, child, youth and family studies.
Brent Nicholas Fairchild (Murdock), Post-baccalaureate, Dean’s List,
College of Engineering, electrical engineering.
Grace Lauren Jacobsen (Murdock), junior, Dean’s List, College of Arts and
Zane Ryan Rikli (Greenwood), sophomore, Dean’s List, College of Engineering, agricultural engineering.
Wayne State College
Students listed on the dean's list are full-time undergraduate students who have achieved a GPA of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale for the semester. An asterisk (*) denotes a 4.0 GPA for the term.
Patrick Hynes*, Murdock
Miranda Trowbridge, Murdock
To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.7 to 4.0 scale and be registered for full-time coursework.
Tess Arent, Murdock
UNO Dean’s List Fall 2020
The University of Nebraska at Omaha released its Fall 2020 Dean’s List. Students who qualified for the Chancellor's List earned a grade point average of 4.0 for courses and completed 12 or more hours. Here are the local students recognized:
Jacob Blunt, Elmwood
Hayden Ernst, Elmwood
Abigayle Meyer, Murdock
University Nebraska Kearney Fall 2020 Dean’s List
Students who are on the dean’s list must have completed 12 credit hours or more of classes with a 3.5 grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale. One local student was named to the Dean’s
Megan Hawks, Elmwood
Nebraska Wesleyan’s Academic Honors List
Students earning a 3.75 GPA while completing a full-time course load are recognized.
Nicole Lynn Wenzel – Unadilla, NE
Congratulations to Zane Rikli for receiving the Burrows Tracts Small Business Scholarship for 2020! Zane was chosen from a list of amazing applicants!
Thank you to all of the students that applied and best of luck to you Zane.
If your student, or business has awarded a scholarship let's recognize the students and companies here. Just email your photo to email@example.com
Check out the calendar on the Elmwood Website
"It was a dark, rainy night..." Ok, that's not a terribly original start to a story, but I bet you have one. Take advantage of these snowy days and prepare your entry for the Bess Streeter Aldrich Short Story Contest. The guidelines and submission link are located on our web site at www.bessstreeteraldrich.org
Your entry is due by midnight, February 17, 2021.
Anyone 3rd grade and up is eligible to participate.
Remember our adult winner's story will be included in Nebraska Life magazine this year, and the winner will receive an additional $250 prize award.
A new exhibit debuts at the Bess Streeter Aldrich House, 204 East F Street, Elmwood
Saturday, February 6
Continues every weekend through Sunday, April 25, 1 to 4 p.m.
Come to the beautiful 1922 Prairie Mansion home of Nebraska Hall of Fame Author Bess Streeter Aldrich to see a wide variety of transportation collectibles shared by their owners.
Collectibles from the Route 66 collection of Linda & Ken Glantz, Murdock, will be showcased in the living room while other contributors share model cars, train collectibles, oil/gas items, pedal cars, model airplanes, horse tack, and other transportation-related items.
Besides seeing these artifacts, guests are invited to take a personal tour of the home and learn more about Mrs. Aldrich, her literary contributions, and her years in Elmwood.
Download the registrations and waivers here, print and register by mail, or email them to the address above.
Send your updates, announcements, and photos of the events, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't forget to send me your news
There are things happening. Who is in the news, who is making the news? This is what I need for the upcoming year
SEND NEWS and PHOTOS to email@example.com
February 2021 Reading Challenge
If you read a book this past month, email us and tell us a little about it.
Brief plot summary
Did you like it?
Your age group. Kids (under age 14). Adults.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our hope is to start a community conversation about books. Also, by telling the library what’s popular in Elmwood and Murdock, we can better anticipate your needs and wants for our inventory! Prizes include a $5 in EMMA bucks (good at several Elmwood-Murdock businesses) and a sweet treat to sustain you while you read your next book!
There will be one prize for awarded for an adult and one for a kid EACH MONTH during this promotion! Your chances of winning depend upon how many entries we get each month.
Complete information can be found on our website, http://libraries.ne.gov/elmwood/
The Elmwood Library is open. Regular hours with just a few adjustments for social distancing.
Easy Library Links
Online Card Catalog https://elmwoodpubliclibrary.follettdestiny.com/
Libby Library App https://help.libbyapp.com/index.htm
Use your card # and the PIN number (streeter) to see available titles online.
It's easy to get a library card and borrowing electronic books can be done on your tablet or Kindle. Anyone can be a library member. Even if you live in another town or state. t's only $10/year!
Access digital media! Audiobooks, eBooks, magazines!
Spread the word about the Elmwood Public Library!
Board meetings are open to the public and held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
The meetings are held at the new Village Board office located at the Learning Center on the south side of town.
Official agendas are posted the day before at the Post Office, Gas Station, and Village Office. Prior to the posting of the agenda, meeting items can be added to the meeting. At the end of each meeting is a Public Comment Section. Attendees have three minutes to speak about anything at this time. Further discussion on the topic can then be added to the next board meeting.
Next Board Meeting
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
The agenda is posted at the Elmwood C-Store, the post office, and the Village office.
Minutes can be viewed at the Village office or can be found online.
Wouldn't it be amazing if the board meetings were FULL every time? This is your opportunity to be involved, be "in the know" and learn how to influence how your community grows, how improvements can be made, and how you can participate in the steps needed to MAKE IT HAPPEN.
As of January 2021, the Village of Elmwood requests that all utility bills be deposited in the new dropbox.
Village Office Hours
Monday 8:00 - Noon
Tuesday 8:00 - Noon & 12:30 -4:30
Wednesday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 - Noon & 12:30 -4:30
Elmwood Maintenance Manager
If you need to get in touch with the Village of Elmwood Maintenance manager, Jeff Cymer below is his contact information and work hours. If you need anything please feel free to reach out to him.
1. Jeff Clymer Village of Elmwood Utilities
2. (402) 440-9095 Cell
3. Email address: email@example.com
The position requires me to physically be in town M-F 6:30 am - 3:00 pm (approx) & Sat/Sun an hour each to check the water tower & treatment plant.
Take It Or Leave It Pantry
The free pantry is here to serve our community. It is for neighbors helping neighbors. Take what you need or leave what you can.
Here are some ideas that may be useful:
- Spaghetti sauce
- Canned soup
- Granola bars and snacks
- Fruit snacks
- Dry soup mixes
- Canned meat (chicken, tuna etc)
- Boxed prepared meal kits (hamburger helper etc)
The Little Free Pantry is located between Hufstader Chiropractor, the Elmwood Meat Market, and the Village Hall.
Online services available on their Facebook page.
400 West G Street
Elmwood, NE 68349
The daycare phone is 402-994-2384.
Pastor Michelle Chesnut
Cell Phone 402-314-7988 Church Phone: 402-994-6735
Elmwood St. Paul UMC Cass County Food Bank
There is a new location for the Cass County Food Bank.
They have a new space at the previous Village Board building!
Parking is improved and there is now more space and room for freezers, food storage, and a permanent distribution site. Please let people know about the new location who could use this service.
Let's make your New Years Resolution is to find just ONE thing positive in Elmwood and SHARE it with others.
We are currently serving hard ice cream in dishes.
we have 8 different flavors to choose from.
Elmwood C Store
Louisville Food Pantry
OPEN: every Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm
LOCATION: 304 Main Street, Louisville
Please come and pick up what you need for your household or a friend’s.
We have canned goods, boxed meals, breakfast items, frozen meats, bread, eggs, baking ingredients, cleaning supplies, personal care items, diapers, and wipes.
Murante Encourages Nebraskans to Search for Lost Cash, Other Valuables on Unclaimed Property Day
(Lincoln, NE) In light of the very first Unclaimed Property Day, Nebraska Treasurer John Murante today encouraged all Nebraskans to visit www.NebraskaLostCash.gov to see if any of the $400 million of funds or property being held by the Unclaimed Property Division of the Treasurer’s office might belong to them.
Nearly 33 million people in the United States – 1 in every 10 – has what the industry calls unclaimed property: financial accounts or items of value in which the owner has not initiated any activity for a number of years. When that happens, and the company cannot locate the owner, the money or properties are submitted to the state. Common examples include unpaid life insurance benefits, forgotten bank accounts, and unused rebate cards.
Last year, the Nebraska Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division returned $10,328,948.47 in unclaimed property and paid 11,406 claims.
“My office is tasked with returning unclaimed property – in whatever form – to its rightful owner. I’m proud of the job my staff has done to return these funds to Nebraskans especially during the uncertainty of COVID-19,” Murante said. “It’s your money and it should be with you. This is a free service, no one should have to pay to have what is rightfully yours returned to you.”
To increase awareness of unclaimed property, the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) is launching the first National Unclaimed Property Day on February 1st and encouraging people to search www.unclaimed.org/search or www.NebraskaLostCash.gov to determine if a state is holding their property. Individuals are encouraged to search their name, a maiden name, or the name of a business or non-profit. The search is free.
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