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EASTER SUNDAY
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Newsletter 4-16-2014

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Well done

A huge thank you to the Lois Ebert family for replacing

some of the park swings. What a nice thing to do! The

Village Board has also replaced the "bubble" and the "mirror"

on the little kid's equipment.



The Unadilla Cemetery Association met Saturday, April 12,

at the Community Center. Those present: Dean Luff, Dean

Speth, Keith & Sandi Kimbell, and Barb Wilhelm. Dean Luff

was elected president, Dean Speth vice-president, with Wilhelm

remaining Secretary-Treasurer. The 2013 minutes, the 2014

treasurer's report, and the mowing contract with Todd Krieger

were all approved. Wilhelm also gave a report on the flags that

had been retired and properly destroyed. Different projects

were discussed, the main one being a directory for the burial

sites and a map of the cemetery.

Flags will be put up the Saturday before Memorial Day

at 6:30 a.m. and taken down Memorial Day at 6:00 p.m.



 

Earth Day

 

Did you know that if U.S. homeowners let their grass clippings

remain on the lawn, they could reduce fertilizer use by 25%

and save 1.3 billion pounds of chemical fertilizers and more

diesel fuel than Amtrak uses in 6 years? How will you celebrate

Earth Day?



One hundred years ago the Governor proclaimed this week

as clean-up days for all towns and neighborhoods. We've seen

some great strides around town the last 6 months and its good

to see the improvements.



 

Ford Mustang

 

April 17, 1964, the first Ford Mustang hit the road. It was love at

first sight for me and my brother Rod; his was dark blue with a

white top and slightly resembled a Hamm's beer can, and mine

was baby blue with a black top. I still think it was the best car I

ever owned. (But some people would rather drive a Falcon!)



 

Leaves

 

Please help us identify the party or parties who are

continuing to dump leaves at the burn pile by calling

the Village Office at 402.828.5355. You will not have to

leave your name. Our state license prohibits the burning

of leaves and could cause us to have our permit revoked.



BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

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4-18   Baillie Luff, Tracy Kastens Meyer

4-20   Craig Kimbell, Joe Hassler

4-21   Ruth Wilhelm, Larry Boardman

4-22 Penny Lucas Richter

4-23   Kirk Liesemeyer, Lois Chadwick, Rod Boardman

Nina Jean Rohlfs



NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

 

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Friday, 4-17-1914, The Otoe Union:

Joe Currah left for Wyoming. "Most everyone with an

automobile was out Sunday enjoying the bright sunshine."

Julius Geschke, 4 miles north of town, committed suicide.

"Hupmobile, the Car for the Farmer's Family, available

at Stedman Bros., Syracuse." A touring car with regular

equipment was $1050. f.o.b. Syracuse; with electric

lighting and starting system, demountable rims, oversize

tires, and tire carrier, $1200 f.o.b. Syracuse.


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Comedy ‘Self-Help’ Opens at Mahoney State Park

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Ashland, NE [February 28, 2014] -  KBC Productions will open the comedy production, ‘Self-Help,’ on March 8th at the Kountze Theater in Mahoney State Park.  Written by Norm Foster, ‘Self-Help,’ tells of Hal and Cindy Savage who reinvent themselves as self-help gurus and relationship experts.  When their own marriage starts to take a nosedive and they find a dead man in their study, their professional status hangs in the balance.  This is an adult farce with hilarious situations.  Director Kevin Colbert suggests a PG-13 rating.

Kevin Colbert also stars in this production along with Brandy Palatas of Papillion as his wife.  Stacy White and Shari Hoelker of Omaha, Jim Knierim of Louisville and Harold Scott of Lincoln round out the cast.  Performance dates are March 8, 9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30, April 4-6, 11-13, 18 and 19.  Curtain times are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm.  Sunday performances are 2pm matinees.  

Mahoney State Park is located off the interstate on exit 426.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children under 12.  While some tickets are available at the door, you can call to reserve your tickets at (402) 944-2523 ext 7122.  A valid park entry permit is required.    

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