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Louisville Lions

2008 - 2009  

Lions Roar Back on Monday 8/18/08

After a storm event caused an unexpected delay

Click Here to Listen to an Audio Interview with

Superintendent Ed Kasl as he talks about a Recent Storm Event

and the extra efforts on behalf of his people to save the day


  Official  Suggested Student Supply Lists (Click Below)


Middle School

High School (no supplies list suggested)


  Louisville LIONS Boosters Open

"The Booster Shop

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  Add Your Memorial to the Guest Book

Sample Saturdays at Timber View
Stop in for a Country Gourmet Nibble - Read More

  Guest Editor: Mike Krambeck

"Somethings Happening"

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Birthday Girl Gets Red Jaguar

Neighbors Stunned! - READ MORE



  Louisville Birthdays, Anniversaries, Celebrations
 and Special Announcements

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  Michelle Hay
Celebrates Her 41st birthday on Sunday August 17th
Husband Bill, presented her with a vintage Jaguar and
stunned her, and everyone else! including the neighbors
Happy Birthday Michelle!

Got Game? 

  Lions Do!

  Time to Suit Up!!!


'The BOOSTER Shop’

AUGUST 11, 2008

LOCATION: 15506 Church Rd, Louisville
3 miles South of Louisville on Hwy 50
1 ¼ miles East on Church Rd.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 6PM - 9PM
Thursday ­ Friday by Appointment
Saturday 8 AM ­ 1 PM

*Varsity game nights during fall and winter season,shop will be closed.

1)Featuring a new line and new logo’s for 2008-2009

2)AUGUST specials on current stock ­ deals, deals, deals

3)Custom orders are available ­ you pick and choose

4)Ordering for other local communities available.

5)We don’t have the right combo you are looking for - - we’ll place an order so you get exactly what you want.

Sweatshirts: Crew & Hoodies, T-Shirts: Long Sleeve & Short Sleeve,
Shorts, Coats, Dri-fit Polo’s and Tees, Hats, stadium seats,
decorative landscape rocks, and miscellaneous memorabilia items.

Youth & Adult Sizes available in a variety of colors.

*Expressions Imprt. Sprtswr. Rep, on-site once a week for order &

By appointment contact: Kim Roecker
(c) 402.690.2874
(h) 402.234.2064
(e) [email protected]

All proceeds benefit Louisville Booster Club in the

support of all MS/HS athletic programs

Posted by Kim Roecker  

Louisville Lakes
Concession Store/Restaurant
This past weekend, roving restaurant reporter:
Nancy Kratky
ventured out to visit Louisville Lakes and had breakfast.
  Nancy reported:
"It is such a fun little place and so relaxing around the trees..."
  Nancy met the owners; Bill and Chris and after talking with them, she sent me an e-mail...

Did you know that they carry Valentino Pizza's!
They have 4 Different varieties  -
in Individual and Medium size pizzas!!!
Also, did you know that you do NOT need a State Park Pass if you are only going to visit their Store/Restaurant!!!!
So any Louisvillite could drive into the park and have breakfast, lunch or pizza (any time) at their restaurant!

I bet most Louisvillian's do not know this!!

Their hours are:                 
 Monday-Thursday         8am - 8pm
Friday                             8am- 10pm
Saturday                          7am - 10pm
Sunday                          7am - 6pm

"Any way you could post a 'plug' for their place in the upcoming Newsletter, and could they be added to the Louisville Businesses also as a place to dine???
Bill and Chris are really nice people!!!"


Roving Restaurant Reporter Nancy Kratky
Gourmet  Samples at Timber View

Every Saturday in August...  we are having...
- free samples of some of our gourmet food items
between the hours of 12 noon and 2pm
- with a 10% discount all day Saturday on any of the gourmet food items..

Come Visit Us!
Nancy Kratky


Now Serving Louisville, Cedar Creek, South Bend Communitees 
Now Open in Springfield!
Hometown Cafe
Home Made Monster Cheese Burgers and Pizzas 
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 Community Website Sponsors include:
Principal Sponsor
Louisville Community Website
Brand New in Louisville
A Portion of the Funds go to our Community Betterment 
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Calling all Kids!! 
Get Tumblin' this Summer!!
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Custom Vehicle Signage 


Advertise Everywhere You Go!

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Friday 8/15:  R-Style
Cool Man!! 
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 Signs, Graphics, Decals
Creative Edge Graphics Design
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Welcomes KPTM and embraces their support of
local Community Correspondents. How about You?
Louisville Care Community
  Contact Us for a VIP Tour! 
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Summer Classes  402-525-3906
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Fudge Fixes Everything!
Except for the stuff that only Flowers fix..
Cover ALL the bases! 
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NEW JOBS Section - Community Website
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Free Listing of Jobs Wanted - Help Wanted  


Click Here and Request Your FREE Info Packet 

Seasonal Staff Needed

Platte River State Park
Mahoney State Park

USE CODE: 33-33500-1

Both Require Applications to be Submitted On Line
at the State Personnel Website:
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New Homes Section - Community Website 
Click Here
Free Listing of Homes Wanted - Homes for Sale

Beaver Lake Marina
Get Ready for Fun in the Sun!
From Beaver Lake Marina! 
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Shadow Lake Towne Center
Where Shopping is an Event!
Register to win a $100 Gift Card
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Look Up Old News!
The Cass Gram has a newOnline Feature that allows you to look-upNews items that were published in past issues.
The Cass Gram is that handy, free single page news leaflet that you can
pickup at Subway, or Home State Bank

 enter any keyword, such as your last name to see what past news stories pop-up

Cass Gram - Get your News, while it is still News
 Pick Up Your Cass Gram - Today!
Keep Up!
with all the Latest Louisville Issues
Read the most recent City Council Minutes

Read  recent BUILD Meeting Minutes

  Now, let's Snoop on the Neighbors!!

Read all our local news by clicking on:
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All the Community Newsletters are on the
Right Side
(just click on the Editors Name)

See what's for sale, and read today's local buzz!!

Louisville Interactive

  We built this feature to encourage you to share with the BUILD group
your ideas, observations and suggestions for a better Louisville.
Your comments and ideas are shared at the
Monthly BUILD meeting and with the City.
All comments are saved, reviewed and discussed
This is a convenient chance for you to say what you think!
Take The Survey http://www.b-u-i-l-d.com/talk _to_build.htm 
We have significantly improved our Classified Section,
and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically!
We see most new listings Tues and Wed with the Weekly Newsletters.
You can now add a digital photo, and all the ads are monitored, to keep them local. The classified section, is now the most
frequently visited section of the website,
so get out there and sell something!
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Anybody in Louisville can contribute
a story..or a Guest Editorial on pretty much
any Community subject by Clicking HERE:
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  Type your story in the little box (cut and paste it)
This represents your access to
about 1404 of your neighbors
and you don't have to pay to get your message out
(Be Aware: message content must be approved by the editor's Mom,
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Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
 Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan eat dinner, then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!

  Guest Editor - Mike Krambeck
Something Very Good is Happening Here
Re-Printed by Permission

Something Very Good is Happening Here

Mike Krambeck www.LouisvilleLions.com  

I had a busy day and just now had the opportunity to read the World-Herald, one of my favorite things to do any day but especially the Sunday edition... lots to read, lots of info.  If you get a chance, read the Metro guide magazine in today's paper, a special section of the newspaper espousing all the good things about the city of Omaha from its recreation advancements to its new structures both for the arts and for entertainment.

The introduction on page 7 ("Something Very Good is Happening Here") was written by one of my favorites, former sports editor and current columnist, Michael Kelly.  I could tell it was done with an enormous sense of pride in Omaha.

While reading the article, I found myself noting similarities between Omaha and Louisville.  Please don't laugh, but in its own way, Louisville has many items of interest and things to boast about, just like our larger neighbor to the north.

Louisville is so fortunate to have an active business district.  The city has over two blocks of businesses on both sides of main street busy with shoppers and, it you look at the license plates of the parked cars, not just from our community.

Louisville has done well in attracting visitors to our town. This past weekend's town BBQ was another example of Louisville pitching in, along with this spring's "Air Your Art in Louisville" and the always popular "Ringing in the Season" in December.... there's community pride on display.  The recent "Last Hot Sunday in July" car show was a great example of the town putting its best foot forward with many out-of-towners having a chance to see why we have chosen to reside in Louisville.

You want recreation? The Louisville area can boast of the Louisville SRA, Schram State Park, Platte River State Park and Mahoney State Park.  Name another small town that has this many nearby outdoor activities to experience.

Just as Kelly noted Omaha being in the middle of the country as a strong point, Louisville's location between the two largest cities in the state is a distinct asset. Both Omaha and Lincoln offer those in the area a chance to take advantage of entertainment possibilities that only cities can attract.  I enjoy attending Omaha Royals baseball games but look forward to cheering on local baseball and softball teams just as much.  I've attended shows at the Omaha Playhouse but have to rate productions at The Lofte featuring local talent just as entertaining.  The Louisville High School Pops concert is the one musical event I will not miss yet I've passed on every concert at the Qwest.
Granted, Lincoln has the Huskers but attending the Lions' football games are just as much fun. 

Just as Michael Kelly has lived his adult life in Omaha, I've lived my adult life in Louisville and can say that I'm proud to be from this town and look forward to its continued growth while maintaining a small town atmosphere.  There's definitely something very good happening here.
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