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Murray Newsletter - October 13, 2010

"All things on earth point home in old October - sailors to sea, travellers to walls and fences, hunters to field and hollow and the long voice of the hounds, the lover to the love he has forsaken."

~ American author, Thomas Wolfe, 1900 - 1938~

 

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CONESTOGA'S 'GLITZ BLITZ' HOMECOMING

It was a night for lots of glitz and high-school glamour at Conestoga's annual Homecoming celebration on Saturday, October 1, 2010.

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Homecoming Royalty is pictured,left to right:
Shannon King, Kourtney Simmerman,
Jennifer Sedlacek (Crown Bearer),
Brooke Dewing (former Queen), Princess Lindsay Drake,
Queen Delayne Martin, King Tanner Minor,
Prince Austin Hoshor, Brayden Ruffner (Crown Bearer), Aaron Knight (Former King), Ryan Henne,
and Dakota Drannen.

 


 


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CONESTOGA SPORTS

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL


OCT 19 @ FORT CALHOUN - 5PM
OCT 22 @ HOME vs ASHLAND-GREENWOOD - 5PM
OCT 26 @ AUBURN - 5PM


JV VOLLEYBALL

OCT 19 @ FORT CALHOUN - 6PM
OCT 22 @ HOME vs ASHLAND-GREENWOOD - 6PM
OCT 23 @ WEEPING WATER INVITATIONAL - 9AM
OCT 26 @ AUBURN - 6PM


VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

OCT 14 ECNC TOURNEY TBA - 5PM
OCT 16 ECNC TOURNAMENT SECC - 10AM
OCT 19 @ FORT CALHOUN - 7PM
OCT 22 @ HOME vs ASHLAND-GREENWOOD - 7PM
OCT 26 @ AUBURN - 7PM

VARSITY FOOTBALL

OCT 15 @ HOME vs DC WEST - 7PM
OCT 21 @ SYRACUSE - 7PM


 

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Schoolhouse Fiddle Workshop

for

Folks Who Have Never Fiddled


For folks who have never played a fiddle or violin, and are brave enough to try, come to the Schoolhouse Fiddle Workshop for Folks Who Have Never Fiddled.

Championship fiddler and fiddle book author, Deborah Greenblatt, will share some hints about beginning fiddling, shopping for a fiddle, reading music, playing by ear, etc.

Fiddles will be available for participants to play, and source lists and advice for further study will be provided.

The Workshop takes place on Saturday, November 20, 2010, 1 PM - 3 PM, in the
Old Avoca Schoolhouse, Avoca, Nebraska.

Pre-registration is required, enrollement is limted, and there is a $20.00 fee.

For more information, call 402-275-3221, or send an e-mail to debby@greenblattandseay.com.

 



 

PLATTSMOUTH TOWN HALL TEA PARTY

Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom will hold a taxpayer town hall tea party on
Saturday, Oct. 16, from 10 AM to Noon,
at the Plattsmouth Library, 401 Avenue A, in Plattsmouth.

We will show two Power Point presentations, advising citizens how to get involved
in the Tea Party Movement and how to lobby and monitor their public officials.

Everyone will receive a hard copy project packet detailing how to lobby and
monitor their state senators.

This town hall meeting is free and open to the public.

 


 


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GET LOST in the VALLEY

the weekend of October 16 & 17.

Visit
www.visitthevalley.org for more information on businesses featuring special hours, rates and incentives to come to the Scenic Weeping Water Valley this fall.

Pumpkin patches, vineyards, candle shoppes, restaurants and more are lined up to offer great deals.

Ask about "GET SPOOKED in the VALLEY" cemetery scavenger hunt!

The Scenic Weeping Water Valley includes the communities of Avoca, Beaver Lake, Elmwood, Murdock, Manley, Murdock, Murray, Nehawka
and Weeping Water.


 

NEWS from

THE NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT

OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


Nebraska Again Tops Several Rankings

Nebraska Ranked Fifth Best Job Market in U.S.

Nebraska has the fifth strongest job market in the nation, according to Juju.com's
"Job Search Difficulty Index". JuJu.com is a search engine that compares local unemployment rates with online job listings in each state, and the index measures the difficulty of finding employment in each state.

www.job-search-engine.com/press/Juju-Releases-Job-Search-Difficulty-Index-for-US-States-August-2010


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Nebraska's 2010 SAT Scores Higher Than Nation's


Nebraska's high school students' average SAT score far outpaced the national average.

With figures released by the College Board, which administers the SAT, Nebraska's graduates' average reading score was 585, 84 points higher than the national average of 501. Math scores were 77 points higher in Nebraska at 593, compared to the 516 national average, and in writing Nebraska graduates far outpaced the national average of 492 with an average score of 568.

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/data-reports-research/sat/cb-seniors-2010.

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Nebraska Ranks Third in Top 10 States for Jobs and Low Unemployment


Nebraska ranked 3rd in Business Insider online magazine's findings of the Top 10 U.S. States with Ridiculously Low Unemployment.

"Ridiculously" low means the unemployment rates are lower than the U.S. national average in July 2010.  What's different about the Top 10 States from the rest of the country?  While job losses occurred from coast to coast in the 2000s, not all states were as adversely affected as others by job losses.

Some new jobs were also created.  These states have a diversity of industries to support the economy.They demonstrate an adequate supply of natural resources, which can be used in traditional and alternative energy production as well as in other manufacturing.  The states with low unemployment have been able to fill jobs with skilled workers, and will need more in the 2010s and 2020s.

www.businessinsdier.com.

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Nebraska's Roads Rank 5th in Nation


Nebraska's roads continue to improve, now ranking 5th in the nation in state highway performance and cost-effectiveness according to Reason Foundation's new 19th Annual Highway Report.

The study ranks each state's Interstate highways and state-controlled roads in 11 categories, including cost per mile, congestion, pavement condition, deficient bridges and fatalities.
Nebraska's best rankings come in urban Interstate condition (1st), rural Interstate condition (1st), administrative disbursements (9th) and total disbursements (9th).

http://reason.org/news/show/19th-annual-highway-report.



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Invest Nebraska Corp. to Host $50,000 East-2-West New Venture Competition


Invest Nebraska will host the 2nd Annual East-2-West Nebraska New Venture Competition at The Old Mattress Factory Bar and Grill in downtown Omaha on Friday, November 19.
A judges' panel comprised of business and community leaders will identify the most promising business plan among the submissions. The winning entrepreneur or team will receive a $50,000 equity investment from Invest Nebraska Corp.
The East-2-West Competition is open to anyone 18 years or older who is interested in or is already operating a business in the state of Nebraska. All entrepreneurs with a start-up idea, as well as local business owners looking to expand or improve their businesses, are welcome to submit plans.

The application process and details about rules and guidelines are available at
www.investnebraska.com.

The deadline for submitting a business plan is November 5.

For details, contact Dan Hoffman, President of Invest Nebraska, at 402-472-2063.


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Call for Nominations for 2011 University-wide Entrepreneurship Awards


The University of Nebraska annually presents two distinguished awards to recognize entrepreneurship--the Peter Kiewit Student Entrepreneurial Award and the Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business Award.

The Peter Kiewit Student Entrepreneurial Award, which provides a $2,500 cash prize, honors University of Nebraska students who have directed their energies, ideas, and talents toward community and business improvements with the creative and innovative use of information technology.

The Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business award, which provides a $10,000 cash prize, honors an existing business with a presence in Nebraska that has created partnerships and links with the University of Nebraska in the area of technology.

Students and businesses are to apply by Jan. 10, 2011. The application is available online at
www.nebraska.edu/recognition-and-awards.html.

For information contact Shannon Malousek at 402-472-5242 or
smalousek@nebraska.edu.

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Nebraska Diplomats Name Terry McMullen President

at

43rd Passport Weekend


The Nebraska Diplomats, Inc. named Terry McMullen, Managing Director of Target Logistics Services in Greater Omaha as its 2011 President. Other board members include Jeff Scherer, Chief Financial Officer of Smeal Fire Apparatus Co., Snyder, as 1st Vice President, and Edy Patterson of North Platte, as 2nd Vice President.

During the annual awards banquet, awards were presented to:

* Ambassador Plenipotentiary:
Mike Baldino, President, Baldino Enterprises in Omaha

* Diplomat of the Year Award:
Roger Wehrbein, Owner of Wehrbein Farms Inc., in Plattsmouth

* Community of the Year Awards:
Lincoln and South Sioux City
* Business of the Year Awards:
Adams Industries in Sidney and Cash-Wa Distributing in Kearney

* Power-In-The-Partnership Award:
Peter Kiewit Institute in Omaha.

The 2010 Banquet also marked the induction of 15 new Diplomat members.

For information, visit
www.nediplomats.org.


 

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REDISCOVER NEBRASKA


http://www.visitnebraska.gov/component/myplanner/intro


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Girl Scout Troop 201 of Murray

is currently collecting non-perishable food items to

help the Salvation Army

FIGHT HUNGER!

Now through October 21st,

the Girl Scouts will be asking family, friends and neighbors

to donate non-perishable food panty items as listed below:

(Please - NO GLASS JARS or BOTTLES.)

• Canned or dry mix soups.

• Hamburger Helper (or similar) boxed dinners.

• Canned meats & stews including, tuna, Manwich, Spam, Dinty Moore, etc.

• Spaghetti and other pastas,  (Ramen noodles, etc.).

• Canned cooking sauces such as spaghetti sauce, pasta sauces, etc.

• Pork & beans

• Packaged dry goods:  rice, stuffing, boxed potatoes, baking mixes, etc.

• Breakfast foods:   cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix, syrup, etc.

• Juice or fruit drinks in cans or plastic containers

• No refrigerated or otherwise perishable food items, produce or pet foods.

If you would like to participate and help your local Girl Scout troop, please send an e-mail to Heather at or call 402-306-8996 to set up a collection place and time.

Thank you for supporting your local Girl Scout troop!
heatherlarson@jagwireless.net

 



 


 

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PARADE OF VETERANS


FAIR CENTER, SYRACUSE, NEBRASKA


NOVEMBER 7 - 13, 2010


SUNDAY 12:00 - 4:00 PM

MON, TUES, WED, FRI   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

THURSDAY (VETERAN'S DAY)   9:00 AM - 8:30 PM


PLEASE JOIN US FOR A LIGHT MEAL & LISTEN TO THE
SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY BAND PERFORM FROM 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Items for display need to be taken to the Fair Center on
Friday, November 5, 2010, 8 am - 2 pm)



SPONSORED BY:

MASSIE-RICHARDS AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT #100

 


 

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"Unnecessary Farce" to Occur at the Lofte...


On October 15, the Lofte Community Theatre in Manley will continue its tradition of fast-paced comedy productions by opening Paul Slade's hilarious

"Unnecessary Farce."

Written in 2002, the script is modern and very witty.  The story takes place in two adjoining hotel rooms.  In one room, two rookie cops prepare to bust their town's mayor for embezzlement.  With the help of a love-starved woman accountant and a video camera, they set-up a sting in the adjoining room.  However, their simple plan soon goes haywire.  The accountant keeps taking off her clothes.  The mayor's security guard is overly protective.  A mysterious Scottish hitman appears, but his brogue is so thick no one can understand his instructions.  

The production is directed by Kevin Colbert of Weeping Water.  The colorful ensemble cast includes Kyle Lorenz of Lincoln, Anne Pope of Eagle, Anna Strobel and Ken Patry of Omaha, Kevin and Dawn Holdorf of Manley and Joshua Smith of La Vista. 

Performance dates are October 15-17, 22-24 and 28-31.

Curtain times are 7:30pm on Thursday-Saturday and 2pm matinees on Sundays.

General admission tickets are $16. 
Reservations can be made by calling the Lofte ticket office at (402) 234-2553. 

The Lofte is located near the intersection of Hwy 1 and Hwy 50,

near the town of Manley.


For driving directions and more information about the theater, please visit their website,
www.Lofte.com.


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Pictured:  Lofte cast of "Unnecessary Farce"
Front row - Anna Strobel, Joshua Smith, Kyle Lorenz, Anne Pope. 
Back row - Kevin Holdorf, Dawn Holdorf, Ken Patry.

 


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David Seay, Master Artist with the Nebraska Arts Council, will be presenting a

FREE Harmonica Workshop

on Sunday, October 24, at 1:30 PM, in the Joslyn
Museum in Omaha, Nebraska.

Within the first few minutes workshop participants
will be playing actual folk songs on their very own harmonicas!

Harmonicas will be available at the workshop.

For more information, contact David at david@greenblattandseay.com.

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Wedding Music You Should

and

Shouldn't Invite to Your Wedding!

Greenblatt & Seay's next Schoolhouse Performance Series will feature
"Wedding Music You Should and Shouldn't Invite to Your Wedding".

Sunday, November 14
2:30 PM,
downstairs in the Old Avoca, Nebraska Schoolhouse.

Greenblatt & Seay and a small ensemble of Schoolhouse Music Students will share some wedding classics by Handel, Pachelbel, Mendelssohn, etc.  The performance will also feature some songs that should never be played at weddings (i.e. "Beware Young Ladies", "The Mother-in-Law Song", "Hit the Road, Jack", etc.).

The concert will be followed by light refreshments, and a chance to chat and jam with the performers.

Admission is $5.00 for adults, and $1.00 for children and students.

For more information, write to;
Greenblatt & Seay
The Old Schoolhouse
P.O. Box 671
Avoca, Nebraska, 68307

You may also call 402-275-3221 or e-mail them at
g-s@greenblattandseay.com.

The historic Old Avoca Schoolhouse was built in 1925, and has been the home of the Schoolhouse Performance Series since 1990.  Music lessons, workshops, fiddle camps, and field trips are offered by Schoolhouse residents, Greenblatt & Seay, and are available by appointment.


Avoca is in southern Cass County, Nebraska, on the 13 C Spur,  one mile south of Highway 34.

 

 


 

 

 

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Twenty-seven 4-H clubs are active in Cass County with over one hundred
volunteer leaders serving over 550 youth,

TAKE THE LEAD -

by becoming a 4-H leader, organizing a club, volunteering and joining 4-H!

For more information contact us at 402-267-2205 or
cass-county@unl.edu

 


 

 

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YOU CAN VOTE EARLY!


You didn't know that?  Check this official Nebraska government
website to see all the rules that apply.


http://www.sos.ne.gov/elec/voter_info.html#early

 

 


 

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To view a copy of the event flyer and pictures of the tour locations visit: www.plattsmouthconservancy.org

Haunted Victorian Ghost Walk


The Plattsmouth Conservancy Inc. is the host of the

2010 Haunted Victorian Ghost Walk.


The event will be held in Plattsmouth on

Friday, October 22, and Saturday, October 23, 2010.


The walk will start at 7:30p.m. each evening and conclude at 10:00 p.m.

Step back in time and visit historical homes and buildings nestled within the haunted hills of Plattsmouth. Follow the night watchman to each location to experience a chilling evening of frightful ghost stories from present day and years gone by.

Guests will travel by foot with lantern carriers to three historic homes and the historic Cass County Court House under the care of the night watchman.  Along the way story tellers will tell true ghost stories from the local Plattsmouth area.

Guests will also have the opportunity to step inside the historic homes and courthouse and listen to Victorian Ghost Stories and Nebraska Ghost stories portrayed by a cast of actors in Victorian period attire.

Following the walking tour all guests are invited to meet at the Historic Plattsmouth Public Library for light refreshments and a viewing of the silent movie "Dracula".

This is not your typical "Haunted House" event.  There will be no skeletons popping out at you or giant spiders dropping down on you.  But.. perhaps you will catch a glimpse of a ghostly spirit who chooses to make their presence known at this time of year when the veil between our world and the spirit world is most easily penetrated.

Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at "Antiques Off Main", 125 South 5th Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.  They can also be purchased through the mail by contacting Leigh Jean Koinzan at the contact information above.  Advanced reservations are required.

To view a copy of the event flyer and pictures of the tour locations visit: www.plattsmouthconservancy.org

PAID FOR IN PART BY CASS COUNTY TOURMISM AND THE NEBRASKA HUMANITIES COUNCIL.

 


 


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To celebrate the beginning of the fall season, the Otoe County Genealogical Society will host a


"Fall Foliage Wyuka Tour"


at 6:00pm on October 14th
at
Wyuka Cemetery in Nebraska City.

Guests can enjoy the beauty of Nebraska's oldest public cemetery while Wyuka Cemetery historian, Don Hegr, guides them on a 2-hour tour of the cemetery's grounds.  Don will cover not only the history of this prestigious cemetery, but will also share stories about some of Wyuka's prominent (and not so prominent) residents that are buried there as well.

In addition, Wyuka Cemetery's book,

"Wyuka A place of rest; Nebraska City's Pioneer Cemetery",
will be available for purchase before and after the tour.

 


 

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Support the Cougars in their Fight Against Breast Cancer!


Conestoga Football 'Pink' Game

Friday, October 15, 2010

7 pm

Wear pink to the game to show your support in the fight against cancer
There will be donation buckets and balloons to buy.

Come out and help the Cougars Fight Breast Cancer!



Conestoga wins District Land Judging Competition!



On October 7, 2010, 22 members of the Conestoga FFA Chapter competed at the District Land Judging Competition in Wahoo, Nebraska.
Conestoga went up against 187 other area land judgers from 47 different teams.   Conestoga's Clay Henne, Jami Johnson, Zach Fowler, and Mason Jensen won the team competition with Henne also winning overall individual champion.  The team will now travel to Norfolk, NE on November 3 to compete at State Land Judging.  

Individually, besides Henne's 1st place, many students did great in the competition.   Jami Johnson, Walker Harkness, and Zach Fowler all received blues.   James Drake, Tanner Miner, Brendan Behrns, Ryan Henne, and Melissa Beck received reds.
Amanda Slafter, Andrea Tesarek, Sarah Morton, Elizabeth Rice, Damon Dragoo, and William Cutler were awarded white ribbons.
Othercompetitors were Zachary Foyt, Julia Herz, Mason Jensen, Steven Sawyer, Wade Sexton, Jacob Fischer, and Megan Trimmer. 

In the Land Evaluation Competitions, students are asked to rate examples of land based on soil variables.  Students must identify soil depth before an impermeable rock layer, soil texture, soil permeability, slope, erosion and the thickness of topsoil layer. 

Mr. Jonathan Anderson, Conestoga's FFA advisor, says, "This is one of the best competitions because all students will have to deal with land and soil sometime in their lives.  Plus, students are forced to think about an array of variables to place the land class.  This frustrates many students because the answers can be very vague and makes them think, which is great."

Clay, Jamie, Mason, and Zach will continue to sharpen their land judging skills over the next month in order to do well.

Thank you to all the Conestoga Community that helped with contest preparation.


Conestoga's Zach Fowler, Mason Jensen, Jami Johnson, and Clay Henne show off their first place plaque at the District Land Judging Competition in the photo below:

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Above, Conestoga's Damon Dragoo texturizes soil during the District Land Judging Competition in Wahoo, NE.

 


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The CASS COUNTY GOING GREEN recycle trailer will be located in the
southwest corner of the Murray Rural Fire Dept.'s parking lot the following dates:


October 15 - 22
November 6 - 12
November 27 - December 3
December 18 - 24


(The Waste Management recycle bins located behind Town Hall are for
Murray residents only, although Murray residents may also use the
Cass County Recycle Trailer.)


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Once you have signed up for Jazzercise, you may take unlimited classes with your Jazzercise EFT Ticket.

129 Main Street (above Havenmakers)
Enter from 3rd door on 2nd Street
Louisville, NE


jazzercise.com • (800) FIT-IS-IT

Questions? Please call Beth at 677-9697


 


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That's right!  These are all items that can appear FREE of CHARGE
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