Louisville Wednesday Newsletter - December 14, 2011
Come Home For Christmas
Once again Louisville community makes Angel Tree a special event - a lot of angels were picked up, and wrapped gifts are already being brought in and placed under Jaycees tree at Home State Bank.
All items must be brought in by December 19th!!
There are still angels left on the Louisville Angel Tree, please pick up an Angel at Home State Bank to help out! All angel gifts go to the Louisville area residents, please contact Heidi Warner at 234-3170 if you do not have time to shop but would like to contribute to the cause.
Louisville Jaycee Foundation has once again placed an Angel Tree at Home State Bank, and paper angels are ready to picked up!
Pick up an Angel - purchase the gift listed on the Angel, wrap it up and tape the Angel back on the gift and return to HSB before December 19th. Jacees will make sure all gifts are delivered to Louisville Area kids before Christmas.
"Thanks for all the support in the past and hope this year is a good turnout of supporters! If you can't shop, cash donations are accepted and items like hats, scarves, undergarments, and personal items are great! Contact me if you have any questions!"
- Heidi N Warner
Last Minute Stocking Stuffers From Louisville -
Made in America too!
Give gifts from your hometown! This Holiday Season there are many things that you can give to your friends and family AND support Louisville Main Street: give gift certificates to local restaurants like Main Street Cafe, Subway, Blake's Soda Fountain and Gambino's; groceries gift certificate from Jeff's Jack and Jill is always appreciated (best beef!); beauty salon or massage appointment from Style Shoppe, YouNique or Indulgence salons; special lunch and entrertainment at Art Chicks, shopping at Coop-de-Ville and Feathers stores; tools from Napa autoparts or oil change at Copple. And don't forget tickets to the local Lofte Community Theater... You got the idea :)
Support your hometown - support America!
Next Sunday is the last Sunday of Advent
People, Look East!
People, look east. The time is near Of the crowning of the year. Make your house fair as you are able, Trim the hearth and set the table. People, look east and sing today: Love, the guest, is on the way.
Furrows, be glad. Though earth is bare, One more seed is planted there: Give up your strength the seed to nourish, That in course the flower may flourish. People, look east and sing today: Love, the rose, is on the way.
Birds, though you long have ceased to build, Guard the nest that must be filled. Even the hour when wings are frozen God for fledging time has chosen. People, look east and sing today: Love, the bird, is on the way.
Stars, keep the watch. When night is dim One more light the bowl shall brim, Shining beyond the frosty weather, Bright as sun and moon together. People, look east and sing today: Love, the star, is on the way.
Angels, announce with shouts of mirth Christ who brings new life to earth. Set every peak and valley humming With the word, the Lord is coming. People, look east and sing today: Love, the Lord, is on the way.
"People, Look East" was written by Eleanor Farjeon (1881-1965) and was first published as "Carol of Advent" in Part 3 of "Modern Texts Written for or Adapted to Traditional Tunes" in The Oxford Book of Carols, 1928. Farjeon, a native of London, was a devout Catholic who viewed her faith as "a progression toward which her spiritual life moved rather than a conversion experience." She achieved acclaim as an author of children's nursery rhymes and singing games, and is best remembered for her poem "Morning Has Broken."
Correction - next B.U.I.L.D event is the LOV Awards banquet in April of 2012
NOT Louisville Daz on Memorial Day Weekend as was put in the last newsletter.
Message from BUILD
Attention Louisville Area Residents:
B.U.I.L.D. would like to encourage and invite all interested citizens to become involved in ourorganization. B.U.I.L.D. was originally started by business owners but it has evolved into an organization that has diverse membership. Anyone who is interested in serving on a committee, helping with events,helping greet people to town, helping with the look of the town, or helping with economic developmentis welcome to join our organization. There are no dues or required meeting attendance, just willingnessto jump in and help your neighbors.
Please contact Terri Scholting for more information.
“Dad’s Christmas Miracle” Playing at Mahoney State Park
KBC Productions is partnering with Eugene T. Mahoney State Park for its 19th winter theater season with the winter production of “Dad’s Christmas Miracle”." Written by Pat Cook, this funny and heart-warming story revolves around Connor Murphy (Dustin Reckling Louisville) who wants a go-cart for Christmas. He and his pals, Tater (Peter Reckling Louisville) and Neil (Matt Rothgeb, Omaha) try to get to the end of the school semester being good boys in hopes of getting what they want for Christmas. However, report cards and the annual Christmas Pageant stand in their way.
Hysterical situations abound in this loving memory of Yuletide charm back when if you had a dollar it was more money than you knew what to do with; if you had an hour to play, it seemed forever, and the best time in the whole world had to be Christmas. Artistic Director Kevin Colbert says, “This is great fun for the whole family!”
Other cast members include: Doug Rothgeb, (Omaha), Dave and Hope Hibler, Keylee Ezell, (Manley), Andrew DeBrie, Emma Gauthier and Brenda Jones (Louisville). The production runs December 16, 17, 18, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30PM and Sundays are at 2PM. Ticket prices are $10 for Adults and $8 for Children 12 and under. For reservations call the park at 402-944-2523 Ext. 7122.
Pictured in photo: Front - Keylee Ezell, Emma Gauthier. On Sofa - Brenda Jones, Dave Hibler, Hope Hibler, Standing - Dustin Reckling, Peter Reckling, Matt Rothgeb. Back - Doug Rothgeb.
I have a cute little bunny, about 4 lbs that is white and tan. He is litter trained and a house pet. He is free to anyone who will take good care of him, have enough food and litter for about a month but no cage, sorry. I can be reached at this email address:
Art Chicks is Hiring Fun and Fabulous People! If you don't mind dancing in front of strangers and turning them into new friends-give us a call. The job is a little like being a waitress, hostess, interior designer, and artsy, crazy woman. Position includes days, nights and weekends but flexible. All ages welcome. Hours will range from 20-40 per month.
Call Jeanne at
Job Opportunity at Plattsmouth Library
The City of Plattsmouth is accepting applications for a Library Assistant at the Plattsmouth Public Library. Must be comfortable with computers and people; bending and lifting required. 16 hrs/wk, evenings and weekends. Applications are available at City Hall, 136 N. 5th St., Plattsmouth, NE 68048, or online at www.plattsmouth.org. Return applications to City Hall. EOE.
Abbie: 3yr old spayed female Jack Russell Terrier, laid back, quiet dog. Not hyper at all.
mommy cat: 2yr old spayed female calico cat. very sweet kitty.
teddy: neutered male cat, maybe 5yrs old, has 1 blue eye and 1 green eye.
3yr old neutered male rat terrier mix, housebroken, good dog
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