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Newsletter 9-14-2016 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has published proposed regulations to establish presumptions for the service connection of eight diseases affecting military members exposed to contaminants in the water supply at Camp Lejeune, NC. The presumptive illnesses apply to active duty, reserve, and National Guard members who served for no less than 30 days at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987, and are diagnosed with the following illnesses:

*adult lukemia

*aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndrome

*bladder cancer

*kidney cancer

*liver cancer

*multiple myeloma

*non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

*Parkinson's disease

The 30-day public comment period on the proposed rule is open 

until October 10, 2016.

 

 

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Bob Wilhelm has provided copies of the Vietnam Veterans

Flight applications to the Village Office. Further questions? Give

him a call at 402-828-5705.


  

 

Golf

Attention all golfers: Unadilla Open @Wildwood Golf Course

in Nebraska City, September 18, 1:00 tee off, $19.00 for

9 holes with cart. Sign up sheet at The Bar, or contact the

Village Office or Lynn Schomerus.

 

 

The 27th Annual Groundhog Classic Golf Tournament

results: 96 golfers participated. The winners were: First 

Flight (63) Mark & Jacob Enenbach, Tom McGowan; Second

Flight (66) Karl & Derek Rendecker, Dan Snider; Third

Flight (63) John Stilwell, Dana & Angie Troske.

Putt-Putt-Putt: Wally Steil, Barb Steil, Judy Mays. Closest to

Groundhog: Cathy Morrissey. Closest to Pin: Tom McGowan,

Mark & Jacob Enenbach. Longest Drive: Jason Wilson.

Longest Putt: Sandy Kaarnatz (2nd year in a row). SPAM

Shoot Out #3: John Vanhessche, Dale Kruse, Steve

Messinger, Alan Young, Bill Formanack, Barb Steil. Guess

the Score of Featured Team: Ron Herman, Don Ferguson, 

Jerel Saltzman, Chris Geiss, Karl Rendecker, Randy

Crownover, Nick Wilhelm.

Over $3000 in prizes were awarded and $2185 was donated

to Pheasants Forever, Boy Scouts of American, and

The Syracuse Lifters Club.




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Ron Fechner, Bob Brandt, John Moss


Saturday, September 10, Bob Brandt, assisted by

Ron Fechner and John Moss, planted a Post Oak tree near

the walking path at the Park. It was in honor of Retree Nebraska

week which is September 18-24. Brandt is an ambassador

for the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, which sponsors the

event. The Post Oak is native to Oklahoma, a member of 

the white oak family, and is distinguished by its rounded leaves.


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One of many memorial trees

 

 

No matter what your political affiliation is:

"It has been said that politics is the second oldest

profession. I have learned that it bears a striking

resemblance to the first."

- Ronald Reagan



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A huge thank you to these tireless workers for cleaning up the damaged red bud tree by the Post Office. It was the largest one in Unadilla. Craig Kimbell, Dan Crownover, Lynn Schomerus.

 



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Duane Nohavec, frequent Unadilla visitor, had the largest

onion at the Lancaster County Fair, weighing in at

2 lbs. 5 oz. and over 17" in diameter. It was a hybrid

sweet spanish onion variety.



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Goldenrod in bloom by the "Welcome" sign



BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

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9-15   Bill Timblin

9-16   Tonya Johnson, Chris Kimbell

9-17   Nathan Kimbell

9-20   Jill Conradi, Mitchel Kimbell



NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

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Friday, 9-15-1916, The Otoe Union:

The infant child of Mr. & Mrs. Will Crownover was very ill.

"H.A. Butt reports the sale of the J.A. Hesson quarter in

Section 6-7-10 to Otto Stubbendick for $17,000 and the

Brayman eighty in Section 17-8-10 to J.H. Bartling for $7100."




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NEW DAYCARE OPPORTUNITY 

Hello! As part of the business community, It really helps if our employees have the resources to take care of their families while working for us.  As I am sure you know, there is a huge need for daycare, 24 hours a day. There is a possibility of getting a new daycare here in Syracuse but it’s going to take the right people to do this. 

Randy Sump has developed and owns the lots west of Cubby’s (Syracuse Business Center). All utilities are in place to start a business. He is thinking about building a building that could fit the needs of a daycare center. A person could go in there and set it up exactly how they please, but the interior furnishings would have to be at the cost of the renter. There is room for an outdoor play yard that can be fenced in.  And, of course, there will be the cost of rent. 

If you know of anyone that may be interested in starting their own daycare in a building at the Syracuse Business Center, please contact me and I will get you in contact with Randy.  It’s an excellent opportunity to fill a much needed gap in our community.

Thank you!

Carolyn Gigstad, President

Syracuse Area Economic Development Corporation

PO Box J

320 5th Street

Syracuse, NE 68446

(402) 269-3242 office

(402) 525-5131 cell

(402) 2669-3357 fax

Hours:

Tuesday 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Thursday 1:00pm – 3:00pm




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Greenblatt & Seay proudly announce the 20th  ANNUAL SCHOOLHOUSE FIDDLING BEE.  This historical, hysterical event will take place on Sunday, October 9, at 2:30 PM, downstairs in the Old Avoca, Nebraska Schoolhouse.  In the Open Division, fiddlers will play a hoedown, a waltz, and a tune of choice.  There will also be other divisions of competition available for the adventurous fiddlers, including a Singing Fiddler's Contest, a Twin Fiddler's Contest, a Fee-Fi-Faux Fiddler's Contest (fiddle tunes played on any instrument other than a fiddle), and a Hocus-Pocus Contest (cross-tuning, sound effects, dancing, etc.), which will give fiddlers an opportunity to play tunes that are usually not allowed in any other contest.

For more information, and to register on line, log on to: http://www.greenblattandseay.com/schoolhouse_fiddling_bee


Admission is $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for students, and $1.00 for children.  Fiddlers and their back-ups are admitted for free.  The contest will be followed by a light snack and an acoustic jam session with Greenblatt & Seay.

For more information, call 402-275-3221, log on to http://www.greenblattandseay.com




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OTOE COUNTY MUSEUM OF MEMORIES

Opening Sundays, 1 - 4 p.m.

Many new displays & improvements



THE LOFTE THEATER 2016 SEASON  

"The Red Velvet Cake War"  September 9 - 18

"Funny Money"  October 15 - 30

"Twas the Night Before Christmas"  December 3 - 13




HERITAGE NEEDLEWORK GUILD

OF NEBRASKA CITY, NE

2016 QUILT SHOW

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September 16, 17, & 18

Bethel United Church, 2400 Central Avenue, (West End)




NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2016


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9-3   Fresno State @NE   43 - 10

9-10   Wyoming @NE   52-17

9-17   Oregon @NE

9-24   Northwestern @Evanston

10-1   Illinois @NE

10-15   Indiana @Bloomington

10-22   Purdue @NE

10-29   Wisconsin @Madison

11-5   Ohio State @Columbus

11-12   Minnesota @NE

11-19   Maryland @NE

11-25   Iowa @Iowa City