Bob Brandt shared this photo:
Sedum coming to life in planter in front of The Bar.
March is "Poison Prevention Month"
Just a reminder that dog licenses will expire on April 30th. Please have a
current copy of your dog's rabies vaccination certificate when you renew.
The fee is still $5.00. Also for new residents, the Village Office is open
Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Village Office phone
and fax number is 402-828-5355.
Wasn't it a beautiful weekend. Garden is tilled and onions ready
to go into the ground at the Western Wilhelm Outpost - too early?
Sue Saathoff received a new order of books for the Library: "Two by
Two" by Nicholas Sparks, "No Man's Land" by David Baldacci, "Sweet
Tomorrows" by Debbie Macomber, "The Whistler" by John Grisham,
"A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman, "Always" by Sarah Jio,
"The Silent Wive" by Kerry Fisher, "Escape Clause" by John Sandord,
"A Piece of the World" by Christina Baker Kline, "And Then She Was
Gone" by Christopher Greyson, "The Two-Family House" by Lynda
Cohen Loigman, and more. A good variety of suspense, family drama,
romance -- something for everyone. Stop in and check one of these
new books out!
Congratulations to Gordon Hopp and brother Jim Boardman - they will
be on the Vietnam Veterans flight on May 1. Thank you both
for your service.
Bob Wilhelm, Post #100 Adjutant, reports that Pierce Agena,
Grant Hallstrom, and Brendan Lyon will attend the 2017 Cornhusker
Boys' State. The Legion Membership Recognition Dinner is
scheduled for Friday evening, March 31, 5:30 Social Hour,
6:30 meal is served. If you have not made your reservations
please contact Bob at 402-828=5705.
True or false: Lindbergh learned to fly in 1922 using Lincoln's
South 20th Street Field. The field is 1200 miles from New York
City and 4500 miles from Paris. TRUE!
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
3-22 Milan Brehm, Scott & Jenn (Wilhelm) Hitzemann
3-25 Leta Steinkuhler, Teresa Liesemeyer
3-26 Michael West, Marie Stubbendeck, Amanda Davis
3-27 Lindsey (Dankleff) Miltner, Joel Conradi
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 3-23-1917, The Otoe Union:
Mary Ann (Knight) Saunders was buried in the Unadilla Cemetery.
"Will the party who borrowed my shoe button fastener please
return it. W.F. Hair." A daughter was born to Henry Nash's.
"School began at Eden Hill Monday after two weeks' vacation
on account of the smallpox."
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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