Louisville Wednesday Newsletter - November 26, 2014
Louisville's Angel Tree
The Louisville Jaycee Foundation will once again have an Angel Tree set up at Home State Bank in Louisville to help families in need this Christmas.
Angels will be available at the bank starting Monday 24th, all you have to do is ask someone working at the bank for an Angel. Purchase the gift that is listed, wrap the gift and return to the bank with the Angel taped onto the gift. I will deliver these gifts shortly before Christmas.
The Tree will be put up December 2nd.
Donations of hats, mittens, scarves are also appreciated.
If you are not able to shop for a gift and still want to help, cash donations can
be sent to Home State Bank/Angel Tree Donation.
Louisville Elementary Student Council organized a holiday food drive & the Louisville Elementary Students collected over 1000 canned & boxed items to donate to the local food pantry.
Next Louisville B.U.I.L.D Meeting
12:00P.M. – 1:00P.M.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Location: Art Chicks
Lunch: Catered by Robin’s Pantry, Cost $7.00 per person
Music Boosters Flipping Pancakes!
Pancakes will be flying through the air from 5 to 7pm Thursday, December 4th.
The Music Boosters are sponsoring a pancake dinner fundraiser at Louisville Public School.
Proceeds will go to support the vocal and band programs.
There are home basketball games with junior varsity (boys and girls) playing Conestoga at 4:30,
followed by girls varsity at 6 and boys varsity at 7:45.
Please come out and support our athletics and the music department.
CHRISTMAS BELLES at the LOFTE
December 6, 7, 12-14 & 19-21
If you saw the first show this season, you'll remember the hilarious southern sisters who were trying to pull-off a niece's wedding in little Fayro, TX. In "Christmas Belles" you'll see the squabbling Futrelle sisters trying to do the same with their church's Christmas program. If you didn’t see the first show of the season, you aren’t missing out. You’ll still have fun with this trio of talented (but crazy) women.
Poor Frankie is carrying twins and weeks past her due date. Her long-suffering husband is trying to play Santa Claus while passing a kidney stone. Hot-flash suffering Honey Rae is trying to keep the Tabernacle of the Lamb's Christmas program from spiraling out of control and Twink is in jail for inadvertently setting the town on fire. Their hilarious holiday journey through a misadventure-filled Christmas Eve is guaranteed to bring joy to your world!
Fun for the whole family!
Welcome to A Step Ahead - "Our Family Welcomes Your Family"
Local Job Opportunity
A Step Ahead Center
Daycare support staff (Springfield, NE)
Morning and evening openings, full time and part time. Flexible hours.
Great for high school students after school and college students any time. We work with your class schedule.
Prefer 19 or older for day openings. Start immediately. Great work atmosphere.
Compensation: Pay according to experience. Day shifts starting at $8 per hr. Evenings starting at $7.50 per hr.
The Elmwood Holiday Extravaganza
is Saturday, Nov. 29th
We especially hope that the classified ads will be used to post Jobs, look for positions, and post special events, birthdays, church events and Garage Sales.
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