Without labor nothing prospers.
Sophocles, Greek Playwright
LABOR DAY, Monday, September 5, 2016!
Minutes of the August 9, 2016, Village Board of Trustees' meeting are now posted.
Click on the Village Office tab above to read the latest.
YUP, GOTTA START NOW!
The next planning meeting for the 2017 Freedom Festival will be
Tuesday, September 6, at Murray Town Hall, 7 p.m.
If you have comments, suggestions or would like to volunteer to help, please plan to attend. This would be a great community service project for students graduating soon!
(Meetings are the first Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m., at Town Hall.)
To be added to the agenda, call Pat, 235-2926.
CONFIRMATION of RABID BAT in BELLEVUE
The after-school care program provides parents with a safe and familiar environment for their children after regular school hours.
You must be able to work after school hours,
For required qualifications, please refer to holyspiritplattsmouth.com
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. and 6:30 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.
By Ray Cooney
Monday & Tuesday, September 12 & 13 at 7pm
Jean Perkins: Lead role, a pretty but ordinary woman, age 40-60
Betty Johnson: Large role, a buxom (according to the script) and cheerful woman, age 40-60
Henry Perkins: An insignificant man, age 40-60
Vic Johnson: Large role, a brash man, age 40-60
Bill: Medium role, Taxi Driver, age 25-50
Detective Davenport: Medium role, age 40-65
Detective Slater: Medium role, age 40-65
A Passer-By: Small role, a large man age 40-60
Henry Perkins, a mild-mannered C.P.A., accidentally picks up the wrong briefcase. Finding it filled with assumed illicit cash, he rushes home to grab his wife and buy a one-way ticket to Barcelona. However, the police soon arrive, as does a detective thinking that Henry is dead. The high-energy fall farce is here and it's "Funny Money!"
On Friday, September 9, 2016 Louisville High School will be hosting a ceremony to acknowledge and honor the memory of those who fell on September 11, 2001. We are very fortunate to have Master Sergeant Joshua D. Hammerling as our speaker for the morning, along with artifacts from the Twin Towers, provided by the Irvington Fire Department.
The Ceremony will begin at 9:30 am in the high school gym.
THE RED VELVET CAKE WAR
By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope & Jamie Wooten
Sept 9 - 11 & 15 - 18
Thurs-Sat 7:30 p.m.
Sundays 2:00 p.m.
Tickets are $19
The Verdeen cousins (Gaynelle, Peaches and Jimmie Wyvette) could not have picked a worse time to schedule their family reunion. They face an uphill battle on the hottest day in July, smack-dab in the middle of Texas tornado season. Soon a parade of wildly eccentric Verdeen's descend upon their southern town and things spin hilariously out of control. You will wish your own family reunions were this much fun!
This production runs for seven dates over the course of two weekends. Be sure to make your reservations and don't miss this family-friendly hootenanny!
20th ANNUAL SCHOOLHOUSE FIDDLING
Sunday, October 9, 2:30 PM, 20th Annual Schoolhouse Fiddling Bee
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.shtml.
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 www.greenblattandseay.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cass County Veterans,
Service Office's three mobile locations:
1st Friday of the month, Eagle community center, 1-5pm
2nd Friday of the month, Weeping Water library, 1-5pm
3rd Friday of the month, Greenwood library, 1-5pm
Please call our office, 402-296-9368, to schedule an appointment.