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Plans Finalized For Major 6/20 Fund Benefit Concert
The Bands:
Night Riders
Noel Minchow
The energy and determination  that has gone into pulling this all together  is stunning.

plan for some Indulgence on 8/7 or 8/8


Fundraiser For





    On June 20, 2009, Margo Marino was in an accident in South Bend, Nebraska. She has undergone surgery and was in the Adult ICU for more than 10 days. Once she is released from the hospital she will be in rehab center for several months. That is why Indulgence Salon has decided to give 100% of our profits on Friday August 7th and Saturday August 8th to Margo!! We hope that you can help us support Margo with her long recovery. She is a very bright girl with a positive attitude, and we know that she would appreciate your generosity!! We understand that not all of you come to our salon, so we have decided to also put a donation jar in the salon from now until August 8th!! Thank you all for your compassion and generosity during this difficult time. It truly is a blessing!!!

If you have any questions please feel free to call us at



Jaime Kiss & Kelli Percifield


Louisville Volunteer Fire & Rescue

Are please to announce

Their new website…


Check it out!

Updated weekly

Big Thanks to Booth Workers!!
I would like to THANK everyone who helped with the Fireworks Stand. It was a great success again this year because of everyone’s help. I truly appreciate your willingness to volunteer for this great organization.

A “Special Thanks” to the Closing Crew ( Doug Allen, Maureen Gulizia, Mike Krambeck, Steve Sherman, Lynn Plucknett and John Plucknett).  It would have been a long night without you.


Jared W. Plucknett – AVP Lending / IT Administrator

Posted by Danielle Kleber on Thursday, July 09, 2009 - 10:59 am:

The Cornhusker State Games
is celebrating it's 25th Anniversary this
year and it's going to be BIG! As a long-time volunteer for them and
now that I work for their organization, I wanted to let everyone know
that they are hosting WalkOmaha as part of the sport Volkswalk in
Omaha this year. The walk will take place Saturday, July 25th at
Kiewit Middle School, 15650 Howard St. You can start anytime between
7am and 10am and all walkers must be finished by 1pm. There is a 3K
(1.8 miles) and a 10K (6.2 miles) distance. It is a family friendly
event and walkers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to
participate. Last year's youngest participant was under the age of 1
and really "strolled" the event! All registrants get a
moisture-wicking T-shirt and free entry into Opening Ceremonies which
takes place Friday, July 17th in Lincoln. For more information you can
visit www.CornhuskerStateGames.com or call/email me at 217-4878 or
[email protected]com.

Also, registration is still open for a number of other sports
including fishing, cycle tour, waterskiing, footstock, muzzleloading,
adult trap & skeet, and the Lincoln Volkswalk.

Vacation Bible School 2009 

  Calling All Campers!!!

For Kids Pre-School thru  Sixth Grade

Where:  United Methodist Church 222 Walnut Street

Louisville, Nebraska (one block  east of Main St. on 3rd

            When:    July 19 - 23 (Sunday – Thursday) 

            What time: 6:00 pm to 8:30pm

                    (Light supper provided nightly)

            Cost: For the entire week: 

$5.00 per child/$10.00    per family
      For more information, call: Stacy Moxey (234-3465)
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Last Hot Sunday Preparations


  July 26th, 2009

Louisville Main Street's Celebration of Chrome





NOON – 4:00

No fees - NO classes - NO judging - NO trophies

BBQ & BEER GARDEN sponsored by
Main St Café & Good Times

Door Prizes & Entertainment


Questions? Call Nancy 402-670-9016 or Dee 402-234-7705

Sponsored by B.U.I.L.D. and supported in part by a grant from the
 Cass County Tourism Committee 

 Benefit Meat Shoot 

Mikie & Kyle Matchus Louisville Rod & Gun Club
August 2nd, 2009
Start at 12 Noon till ??

All Proceeds will go to the Matchus Family

 Barry Parson 402-670-3566 Phil Stroy 402-297-3861

Famous Louisville Art Chicks -  For Sale
Louisville's Got Hardware
If Hank Could See us Now!!

Do the Manley Thing!

Go look in your Garage for Auction Items to Donate


AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED - The Village of Manley is asking for donations of any clean, working or fixable items to be auctioned. Proceeds will be applied toward the development of the Manley Community Building (Manley School) which is available for anyone for parties or meetings, etc.  Monetary donations also accepted. For more information and free pick up, call Betty Meyer 402-234-5232.



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Child Care Help Wanted

Looking for a responsible person 

(must be 18 or older)

to watch our two girls age 7 and 8

and two boys age 5 and 6

in our home.

Monday thru Friday

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From the Editor
Summer Fun in Louisville
Louisville Daz Gets Mothballed

You can't argue with success


The BUILD Events Committee had the floor and the last BUILD meeting was very interactive and productive.

Bottom Line: Spring, is just not Our Thing

The resources, and the traditional concerns about the Memorial Day weekend timing, shifted focus away from the traditional Spring Event to certain Summer Success.

For a variety of reasons Last Hot Sunday in Louisville is a self-sustaining hit. It is gaining momentum! Each year since it was first proposed by Steve Sherman, it has just worked. Word-of mouth is spreading within the Car Show Community has made Louisville "Must Go Show" 

This year on July 26th we will host the largest ever, 5th Annual Last Hot Sunday Event, and the anticipation is growing for a record turn out. More cars, more visitors coming from greater distances to be where the action is on the on the last Sunday in July.

The logical choice was to concentrate our resources, our people, our energy and attention on Summer, instead of trying to make a Spring AND a Summer event succeed. Talk of participating with Springfield in their spring Springfield Days parade has begun.

Given the new focus on Summer, the oportunity to expand our festival, and build on our success was obvious.

Planning has begun, on a

Last Hot Weekend in July

2 Day Event for 2010.

Such an event, could include lots of complimentary fun stuff.

BBQ rib feast, 50's dancing, lindy Contests and  much more. If you would like to get involved, it promises to be great fun and great success!


Stay Tuned!!!


Having Fun and Polishing Chrome South of the River
Computer John