FOOD BANK AT THE PARK THIS FRIDAY
2 - 3 p.m. All are welcome!
On Saturday, November 25, we received our first snow of the season - 2 inches. Just enough to make everything look wonderful. Thanks to Bob Brandt for the photo.
Remember to fly a flag on December 7th, to honor the 2000+ sailors and soldiers who lost their lives when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.
Continued get well wishes to everyone...seems like we're starting early this year.
The water pit north of town has been replaced and is quite an improvement.
Some interesting sights around town:
It's that time of year again by giving to support our local community and organizations.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
12-1 Jodie West Valish
12-2 Jeremy Royal
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 11-30-1923, The Otoe Union:
"Marion and Elma Carter spent Thanksgiving day with their parents at the Methodist manse." Corn husking was finally over. Richard Massie, youngest son of Henry Massie, and brother of William H. Massie, killed in WWI, died in California. Harry Chesley broke his arm while cranking his car and it back-fired. Ed Stanley, serving as Village Marshall, earned $10.00/month.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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Cornhusker Country Music Theater in Louisville
Come on over! Sit back or take a spin on our dance floor, enjoying the music every other Saturday evening!
NO SATURDAY EVENING SHOWS in DECEMBER & JANUARY
However we will have
FREE, OPEN JAM SESSIONS!
December 3 & 10
January 7,14, 21 & 28
Bring your instruments, bring your voices or just sit in and listen!
Let's get together and have a good time!
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or call Larry, 1-402-949-0668.
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2023