Murray Newsletter - May 24, 2017
Monday, May 29, 2017
NOTE FROM TOWN HALL...
Many of us know how convenient it is to pay our utility bills electronically. No writing out checks, no stamps or envelopes, just a couple of clicks and it's done.
The Village of Murray would like to know how many residents would actually use this service for payment of their water bills. Electronic payments would cost the Village a small amount per transaction to process, however the higher the number of users, the less it would cost.
If you're interested in this service, call Eileen at Town Hall, 402-235-2119. and ask that your name be added to the 'interested' list. It's not a guarantee that this will happen, but it will give the Board a good idea of how many are interested and if it should be implemented.
Pass this word on to your neighbors, too, and ask them to call if they, too, are interested.
Condolences to the Families of
of Murray. Helen, age 96, passed away peacefully on May 17, 2017. She leaves behind three sons, Bill, and wife Jeanette, Tom and wife, Terri, John, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren and many friends. Services were Monday, May 22, at Nehawka Methodist Church, with burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Nehawka. Memorials may be made to Nehawka Methodist Church or to the Alzheimer's Association. Click here for Helen's full obituary.
Former Murray resident,
of Mt. Union, Iowa, passed away on April 25, 2017.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon, son, Eddie, several grandchildren and one great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, sister and two of his sons, Brian (BJ) and Mike. Tom was buried at Wapello Cemetery, Iowa. Read Tom's full obituary here.
A LOVING, LASTING TRIBUTE...
Last October 20, 2016, as children were anxiously anticipating Halloween and lots of trick-or-treating, a beautiful, young family of six perished in the night, as their rural home went up in flames. Four little girls, Elli, Adilynn, Emma, ages 11, 7 and 5, were students at Conestoga Elementary and had many friends, in and around the surrounding area, as did their baby sister, Anniston, 2, and their parents, Mike and Michelle Speer.
In honor of her family, JoLynne Lehan, Mike's mom, has directed that donations go to Conestoga's outdoor classroom, Cougar Hollow. With the four little girls' love of performing, playing and being out-of-doors exploring nature, in mind, the new additions for this special area will include a pavilion for outdoor instruments, a chalkboard and chairs. A memorial fountain will be added at a later date.
A brick walking path will direct visitors to this special area. If you would like to honor this family with a loving tribute, you may purchase a memorial brick paver for $75. You may add any name to be engraved on the brick. There is space for 3 rows, with each row including a total of 14 characters, (including spaces). The clock is ticking...you need to order soon. Download an order form with complete directions and contact information here.
Thank you for helping to make this vision possible!
*BRICKS ARE ALREADY IN AND WILL BE ENGRAVED AS THEY'RE SET IN THE GROUND.
Contact Burnie Stedman, 402-269-3010, with banquet questions.
As of this date, the Freedom Festival committee has received NO written nominations for Grand Marshal. You MUST know someone who would be the perfect candidate! Please, the June 6 deadline for submissions is quickly approaching!
Every community has that certain someone who is a ‘shining star’, a perfect example of the phrase, ‘good neighbor’. These people might or might not belong to any certain civic organization, group, or church, they might even be related to you, and they’re always willing to help whenever and wherever they see a need. Whether young or old, male or female, they unselfishly go through life, demonstrating the quality of good citizenship, caring for one another, with love of their fellow man and country, while never expecting any recognition for their deeds. It could be a neighbor, teacher, business person or couple who’s made a positive influence in the lives of others.
If you know someone like this, please consider nominating them for the
Download the form by clicking the link above or here.
You say you'd like to donate to the Murray Freedom Festival, but don't want to write a check and mail it?
There you go! Nice and easy!
Thanks for your donation!
2018 One Book One Nebraska
Book Nominations Sought
What book would you suggest that all Nebraskans read next year? Nebraska readers are invited to make recommendations for the 2018 One Book One Nebraska book selection. The Nebraska Center for the Book will consider books written by a Nebraska author (living or dead/with current or former residence in the state) or books that have a Nebraska theme or setting. Books should have a broad appeal to readers across Nebraska and lend well to group book discussion. Books may be fiction, non-fiction, biography, memoir, or poetry. They must be in print and readily available.
The deadline for nominations is June 15, 2017. Book recommendations can be sent via e-mail at email@example.com or via the U.S. Postal Service to The Nebraska Center for the Book One Book One Nebraska, c/o Nebraska Library Commission Reference Services, 1200 N Street, Suite 120, Lincoln, NE, 68508-2023. Nominations can also be submitted online at http://centerforthebook.nebraska.gov/obon-nomination.asp.
The Nebraska Center for the Book will announce the 2018 One Book One Nebraska choice at the Fall Celebration of Nebraska Books. The Celebration will include a 2017 One Book One Nebraska program, Jane Pope Geske Award and Mildred Bennett Award presentations, and the Nebraska Book Awards Ceremony, with author readings and signings. The Celebration will be preceded by the Nebraska Center for the Book Annual Meeting.
The One Book One Nebraska reading program is enjoying its thirteenth year. Nebraskans across the state are reading and discussing Black Elk Speaks by John G. Neihardt (1881-1973), the story of the Oglala Lakota visionary and healer Nicholas Black Elk (1863–1950) and his people. The Nebraska Center for the Book sponsors One Book One Nebraska to demonstrate how books and reading connect people across time and place. The 2017 One Book One Nebraska program is co-sponsored by Nebraska Center for the Book, Humanities Nebraska, University of Nebraska Press, The John G. Neihardt Foundation, and Nebraska Library Commission. For information about One Book One Nebraska, including current and previous book selections, see http://centerforthebook.nebraska.gov/programs/onebook.html or join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/OneBookOneNebraska.
The Nebraska Center for the Book is housed at the Nebraska Library Commission and brings together the state’s readers, writers, booksellers, librarians, publishers, printers, educators, and scholars to build the community of the book, supporting programs to celebrate and stimulate public interest in books, reading, and the written word. The Nebraska Center for the Book is supported by the Nebraska Library Commission. As the state library agency, the Nebraska Library Commission is an advocate for the library and information needs of all Nebraskans. The mission of the Library Commission is statewide promotion, development, and coordination of library and information services, bringing together people and information.
The most up-to-date news releases from the Nebraska Library Commission are always available on the Library Commission Website, http://nlc.nebraska.gov/publications/newsreleases.
THE KIDS NEED YOUR HELP!
Hunger is an evil thing. Without enough good food, you can't think clearly, your immune system becomes compromised and you can become sick more often. With Spring now here, they also need lighter clothing, shorts, short-sleeved shirts and tops, sundresses, etc.
When you donate food, hygiene and clean clothes, you're helping more than 30 needy kids in the Murray area.
You may donate items at any time through May. There is a container at Cornerstone Bank, you may take items to Conestoga Elementary School, or call Jill, 402-660-3543, and she'll arrange to have your items picked up at your home.
It's easy to help. Each time you go to the grocery store, just pick up one extra item for the kids.
*Suggested food items should be somewhat easy for small children to open and prepare:
*Canned Goods,*Granola Bars,*Cereal,*Cereal Bars,*Mac & Cheese,*Tuna or chicken salad with crackers,*Fruit Cups, Bar Soap, Toothpaste/toothbrush, Shampoo/Conditioner, Clothes/Coats
“The Man Who Came to Dinner” at Lofte Theatre
The Lofte's second production of the year takes us back to small-town Ohio in the 1930s. Sheridan Whiteside ("Sherry" to his friends) is a famously outlandish New York City radio personality who has been invited to dine at the home of the well-to-do Stanley family. But disaster strikes before he enters the house. Whiteside slips on the ice and injures his hip!
What started out as a one-night event soon turns into a month-long convalescence. Confined to the house, Sherry drives his hosts mad by viciously insulting them, monopolizing their house, running up large phone bills, and receiving many bizarre guests, including paroled convicts.
This classic American script has enjoyed several revivals on Broadway and the London stage and was made into a feature film in 1942 starring Bette Davis, Jimmy Durante and Monty Woolly.
Ken Snyder of Elmwood is playing the irascible Sheridan Whiteside. He is joined on stage by Brenda Jones (Louisville) and Tim Sorensen (Elmwood) playing his hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley. Rosalie Duffy (Lincoln) and Doug Rothgeb (Omaha) play the star-crossed Maggie Cutler and Bert Jefferson. Rounding out the cast are Dustin Reckling (Louisville), Jean Wymore (Syracuse), Jessica and Rita McKinney, Ken Patry and Trish Miller (Omaha), Cheryl and Will Jones (Manley), Tom Lucas (Papillion), Jeff Johnston (Elmwood), Mike Brown (Firth), Jim Skrobo (Elkhorn), Aubree Sweeney and Millard Carnes (Plattsmouth), Guillermo Rosas (La Vista), Zeke Rouse (Murray), Brenna Thompson, Nick Roth (Lincoln), John Bell and Dan Roberg (Omaha) and Shawn Reynolds (Bellevue). The production is directed by Kevin Colbert.
"The Man Who Came to Dinner" runs June 2-4 and 8-11. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 7pm. Sunday performances begin at 2pm. Those interested in tickets may call the box office at 402-234-2553 or visit Lofte.org for online purchasing. All seats are reserved and ticket price is $19.
Pictured above: Front, Brenda Jones, Aubree Sweeney, Ken Snyder. Back, Doug Rothgeb, Tim Sorensen, Trish Miller and Rosalie Duffy.
$27,000 in Internship Grants Awarded
to Nebraska Public Libraries
Nebraskans will once again reap the benefits of the energy and creativity of Nebraska young people as they serve as interns in their local public libraries. The Nebraska Library Commission recently awarded Nebraska Library Internship Grants totaling $27,000 to twenty-one Nebraska public libraries. These internship grants will support public library interns, who will contribute to the scope and value of the diverse programs and activities in Nebraska’s public libraries.
“The internships are a great opportunity for students to get involved in library work. Beyond earning money and gaining valuable work experience, the student is exposed to the broad range of library services and programming. Internships provide an opportunity for the student to view the library as a viable and satisfying career choice. In addition, interns bring a fresh perspective and their own unique talents to the library,” said Nebraska Library Commission Director Rod Wagner.
Student interns will learn about library work as they shadow staff, assist with day-to-day library operations, and implement special projects. Some of the activities that students will participate in include:
· plan and implement programs such as summer reading programs for all ages, storytime sessions, book discussions, and teen/tween activities;
· assist with events such as annual book sales, NE150 celebrations, and contests;
· organize Makerspaces and Maker Clubs, as well as other STEAM learning activities;
· create book displays, bulletin boards, and craft activities;
· assist with outreach events outside the library;
· update the library’s website and social media sites (Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, etc.);
· assist with circulation activities, book selection, and collection management;
· teach technology classes and assist library customers with electronic devices and research;
· create flyers, newsletters, newspaper articles, and other promotional materials; and
· assist with verbal and written Spanish⁄English communication.
The following Nebraska public libraries were awarded internship grant funding:
Alma, Hoesch Memorial Public Library
Atkinson Public Library
Central City Public Library
Columbus Public Library
Cozad, Wilson Public Library
Crawford Public Library
Geneva Public Library
Grant, Hastings Public Library
Kimball Public Library
LaVista Public Library
Lincoln City Libraries (4 branches)
Neligh Public Library
Norfolk Public Library
Omaha Public Library (4 branches)
Orleans, Cordelia B. Preston Memorial Library
Plainview Public Library
Schuyler Public Library
Stromsburg Public Library
Verdigre Public Library
Wayne Public Library
York, Kilgore Memorial Library
Funding for the project is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Nebraska Library Commission, in partnership with the Nebraska Library Systems.
As the state library agency, the Nebraska Library Commission is an advocate for the library and information needs of all Nebraskans. The mission of the Library Commission is statewide promotion, development, and coordination of library and information services, bringing together people and information.
Nebraska’s Regional Library Systems consist of four non-profit corporations governed by boards representative of libraries and citizens in the region. The four systems were established to provide access to improved library services through the cooperation of all types of libraries and media centers within the counties included in each System area.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. To learn more about IMLS, see www.imls.gov/.
The most up-to-date news releases from the Nebraska Library Commission are always available on the Library Commission Website, http://nlc.nebraska.gov/publications/newsreleases.
State Treasurer Stenberg Honors NEST Writers,
Delivers Unclaimed Property Check to Storm Chasers
Six seventh and eighth graders were recognized Sunday at Werner Park in Papillion in the “Why I Want to Go to College” writing contest sponsored by the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust and the Omaha Storm Chasers.
In addition to recognizing the students, Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg had a surprise for the Storm Chasers. Treasurer Stenberg presented a check for $17,811.05 for unclaimed property to Martie Cordaro, president and general manager of the Storm Chasers. The check from the Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division was for refunds and account balances from four companies that had done business with the Storm Chasers.
“We were excited to award NEST scholarships to our writing contest winners and to present the Storm Chasers with a sizeable amount of money from our unclaimed property program,” Stenberg said. “These are two of the most visible programs in the Treasurer’s Office and represent our outreach and service to the residents of Nebraska. This was an excellent way to celebrate the 15th anniversary of our collaboration with the Storm Chasers for our annual writing contest.”
So far this year, the Treasurer’s Office has returned almost $7.4 million in unclaimed property to more than 9,400 individuals. Last year, the Treasurer’s Office returned a record $16.3 million, representing almost 17,000 claims from individuals.
Before the start of Sunday’s double header with the Reno Aces, the Storm Chasers thanked Treasurer Stenberg for his work with the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust, the state-sponsored 529 college savings program, and for his work returning unclaimed property to rightful owners.
“I am proud of the students who were recognized at home plate before the start of Sunday’s double header. They wrote persuasively about the people who inspire them as well as their career plans, educational goals, and the obstacles they have overcome. They represent Nebraska values of hard work, family support, perseverance, and a commitment to helping others,” Stenberg said.
Winners receive contributions to Nebraska Educational Savings Trust college savings plans, ranging in value from $500 for third place, $1,000 for second place, and $2,000 for first place. Three winners were chosen in each of Nebraska’s three U.S. congressional districts. Three winners from outside Nebraska also were chosen, but did not attend the game.
A record 1,847 entries were received this year from across the United States. The contest was announced in January and entries were due March 17. Preliminary judging was done by students and faculty in the College of Education at the University of Nebraska-Omaha with final selections made by Treasurer Stenberg.
Winners of the 2017 contest are listed below:
1st Congressional District— Nebraska
2nd Congressional District— Nebraska
3rd Congressional District— Nebraska
Ellicott City, Maryland
Lake City, Minnesota
NEST is a tax-advantaged 529 college savings plan and provides four plans to help make saving for college simple and affordable: NEST Direct College Savings Plan, the NEST Advisor College Savings Plan, the TD Ameritrade 529 College Savings Plan, and the State Farm College Savings Plan. The Nebraska State Treasurer serves as Program Trustee. First National Bank of Omaha serves as Program Manager, and all investments are approved by the Nebraska Investment Council. Families nationwide are saving for college using Nebraska’s 529 College Savings Plans, which have more than 250,000 accounts, including 75,000 in Nebraska. Visit NEST529.com and treasurer.nebraska.gov for more information.
About First National Bank
First National Bank is a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska. First National of Nebraska is the largest privately owned banking company in the United States. First National and its affiliates have more than $21 billion in assets and 5,000 employee associates. Primary banking offices are located in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas.
Pictured on home plate at Werner Park are, from left, State Treasurer Don Stenberg; Martie Cordaro, president and general manager of the Omaha Storm Chasers; Rachel Biar, director of NEST; Maddox Weckerle-Dietz, Norfolk; Becca Walker, Lincoln; Ed Quintana, Springfield; Dylann Ehegartner, Papillion; Heather Bose, Stamford; Weston Reineke, Taylor; and Andrea Stava, Storm Chasers.
Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg presents a check for $17,811.05 for unclaimed property to Martie Cordaro, president and general manager of the Omaha Storm Chasers.
GET KIDS OUTDOORS!
LOUISVILLE FISHING TOURNAMENTS for KIDS!
For more info on any of these events, call:
LTD OUTDOORS LLC, 402-234-2516.
Saturday, May 27, FREE workshops are part of a full day of fun and free activities during the Tallgrass Prairie Fiddle Festival. Our workshops are in the morning, and the fiddle contest is in the afternoon.
Saturday, May 27, 10 AM, Debby, FREE fiddle workshop, Homestead National Monument, Beatrice, NE
Saturday, May 27, 11 AM, David, FREE harmonica workshop, Homestead National Monument, Beatrice, NE
Thursday, June 1, 7:30 PM, David in “Train Songs”, Burlington Station, Red Cloud, NE
Sunday, June 11, 1 PM - 3 PM, Greenblatt & Seay, In Concert, Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Elmwood Park, Omaha, NE (FREE!)
Monday, June 12 - Friday, June 16, 9 AM - 12 Noon, Schoolhouse Fiddle Camp for Beginners
Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14, 9 AM - 12 Noon, Schoolhouse Fiddle Camp for Intermediate and Advanced Fiddlers,
Saturday, July 22, 11 AM & 2 PM, David, In Concert/Harmonica Workshop, Ash Hollow, Lewellen, NE
Saturday, August 19, 1 PM & 2:15 PM, David, In Concert, Sidney, NE
Fiddle Camps in Nebraska
Registration is now open for the 2017 Schoolhouse Fiddle Camps, in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse, in Avoca, Nebraska. Deborah Greenblatt, championship fiddler, author of many fiddle collections, will help the campers get in touch with their inner fiddler. The course of study during the Schoolhouse Fiddle Camps will be designed specifically for the individual campers who sign up.
The June Camp (Monday, June 12 - Friday, June 16) is for folks who consider themselves beginners. The July Camp (Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14) is for folks who consider themselves intermediate or advanced. Enrollment is limited to 10 fiddlers for each week, so that everyone will get individual attention.
Each camp day hours are from 9 am - noon.
$60.00 fee for 1 day.
$110.00 fee for 2 days. ($55 per day)
$150.00 fee for 3 days. ($50 per day)
$180.00 fee for 4 days. ($45 per day)
$200.00 fee for 5 days. ($40 per day)
For more information, e-mail Deborah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register on line, log on to:http://www.greenblattandseay.com/schoolhouse_fiddle_camp.shtml
Now THIS is Something Pretty Cool!
Soon, the Memory Lane Museum, 215 W. Eldora, in Weeping Water, NE will be hosting a display of items from the collection of Kevin Brack.
For several years, Kevin has been collecting memorabilia from celebrities in the sports, TV, movie and music worlds. Some of the items to be displayed this season will be guitars from Sting and Taylor Swift, Debra Winger's 'Wonder Girl' costume, Ken Norton's boxing trunks and robe, signed baseballs and an evening gown from Katherine Heigl. From the movie 'Blindside', there's even a basketball hoop and jersey worn by country music star Tim McGraw. Oh, now give me a letter. 'V'.....YES! There's even a gown from Vanna White! Many TV show scripts, signed by cast members, will also be on display.
Beginning Tuesday, May 2nd, and each Tuesday thru Saturday thru the end of October, the museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They'll be closed Sundays and Mondays. To make a special appointment to view Memory Laneduring off-hours, call 402-297-1820, 402-267-4925 or 402-267-5562.
The Brack collection isn't the only thing going on at Memory Lane. On the 3rd Wednesday of each month from April through October will be the Brown Bag Lunch programs. A guest speaker will give a one-hour presentation, from noon to 1:00, on a different topic each month.
This season's topics and speakers are:
June 21 - All About Bees & Bee Keeping, by Randy Cumming from Omaha Bee Club
July 19 Beth Streeter Aldrich House & New Gardens by Kirk Shrader
August 16, Fraud Watch Network by Chris Erwinski from AARP
September 20 - Fused Glass & Demonstration by Pam Newell
October 18 - About Essential Oils by Stephanie Wolcott.
Programs are subject to change, so you may want to call ahead for information at 402-267-5562.
For genealogists, Memory Lane Museum also has plot information and a map for the Oakwood Cemetery.
*Acoustic Music (No cover charge)
** Band ($6 cover unless otherwise marked)
ALL SHOWS START AT 7 PM
28 *Acoustic Rooster (fun, fun!!)
2 ** Claudia Nygaard (Nashville Recording Artist, $12 cover)
3 * Dan Bird (Stargazing after the concert weather permitting!)
10 **Sandy Creek (country & Bluegrass)
16 * Kathy Logan (they call her Jumpin' Kate)
17 **Tracy Skretta with SkreTTa, ETC. (classic rock)
23 * Kevin Killion (one of our favorites for the past 9 summers!)
24 **Cajunfest with Swampboy ($10 cover includes free beer)
30 * Pizza Delivery Guyz (the pizza oven will be goin')
1 ** Tribute to Johnny Cash (duh, this is self explanatory!)
2 ** Bill Chrastil (this guy does award winning impersonations!)
7 * Dave Berman Acoustic (new guy on the block, great talent!)
8 ** Tribute to Jimmy Buffett Band (wear your island gear!)
14 **Lucas Minor and The Country Mile (country)
15 **Private Stock (variety, classic rock, blues)
21 *Tony & Walt (great listening music!)
22 ** Toasted Ponies (Bluegrass)
28 * Dustin West Acoustic (should be great, like his tribute bands)
29 ** Osage (3 piece classic rock)
4 *Dan Bird (a new one on our line up... sounds good!)
5 ** Ed Archibald (smooth Jazz, saxaphone and full band)
11 * Kevin Killion (one of our favorites!)
12 ** Daybreak Rock N Roll Show (Rock)
18 * Acoustic Rooster (acoustic, yes, but you can dance to these guys!)
19 ** Silver Wings (Classic Country)
25 * Tom & Wes (great duo!)
26 **Classic Crossing (aka Vinyl Spirit, classic rock)
1 Tribute to John Denver (You guessed it! For all you 70's lovers)
HEY, COUNTRY MUSIC FANS.........
May 27 - Bill Hill & Fine Wine Band
June 10 -Rick & Harriette Andersen & Jackie Shewey
June 24 - Frank Bigelow & Friends
July 8 - Dirty River Ramblers
July 22 - Rodger Roberts & Friends
August 5 - George Pierce & Friends
August 19 - Almost Good, John & Bonnie Stephens
September 2 - Jamie Williams & Friends
September 16 - Irish Donahoo & Ty Seeger
September 30 -Fred Larson & Friends
October 14 - Anniversary Show
October 28 - Larry Hansen & Friends
November 11 - Warren Brewer & Friends
November 25 - Plum Tuckered
December 9 - Christmas Show for Young Musicians
Plattsmouth Adult EducationAdds Job Skills and New Class Times
Plattsmouth Community School District Adult Education begins its 40th year with a new focus on College and Career Readiness. The Federal Government has charged all adult education programs with preparing students for college and the workplace. Plattsmouth is stepping up. PCSD will integrate job search, workplace skills, and college preparation into its GED, English language, and Adult Basic Education courses.
To meet this challenge, an additional class session is being offered on Thursday mornings.
Classes are offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during the public school year at 9:30 a.m. - noon and 6:30- 9 p.m., at the PACE Center, 15508 2nd Ave. The PACE Center is located across from the high school to the west.
Please call Tallie VanWesten, program director, at 402-296-3174 Ext. 2315 for information.
New students may begin during any class period by arriving a few minutes early. You will be very welcome.
ARE YOU 55+
LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK?
The following is an employment opportunity available to older adults in Cass County.
Experience Works is a national, non-profit organization funded by the US Dept of Labor to administer the Senior Community Service Employment Program, which assists people 55 and older in getting updated training to assist in returning to the workforce. This is a federally funded program and offers a no-cost employment service to older adults who qualify.
Once accepted into the program, individuals are placed in a training site in or near their community, where they gain on the job experience while working 20-21 hours/week at $8/hour.
We also help with skill assessments, computer training, resumes, cover letters, job search, etc.
The goal is that through the training and job search assistance we gain help older adults gain good jobs in or around their communities.
Stephanie MahonyEmployment and Training CoordinatorExperience Works, Inc.1111 "O" Street Ste 205--American Job CenterLincoln, NE 68508
Phone: 402-441-1654Fax: email@example.comNebraska Toll-free Number: 1-877-314-7526
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