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March 14, 2003

Pretty City with a Plan!
Louisville Planning Commission has regular meetings.

From the March 3rd, 2003 Planning Commission Meeting Minutes: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/mn030303.htm

You should have seen all the activity on Main Street this morning! There were street sweepers cleaning and folks hanging the new colorful patriotic banners. It was just a buzz of activity and good 'ol Dan Henry and Randy Payne were there in the thick of it. It makes you proud just to be here.

A Case of Priorities...
A genuine role model in our Community

I was always taught that it is all about how you score the game, and who are the winners,.. and who are the loosers... how fast can you get to the front of the line, and how can you stay there..

In my life I have seen tremendous blood, sweat and tears poured into making that mark and securing that high ground.

By any measure, my friend Barb Smisek is a winner. She beat the odds, she won the game, is on top of the world! But what I didn't know was she was just getting warmed up...

Please click HERE to read this letter from Dave Pankonin :http://www.hsbonline.com/images/hsbletter.jpg

In Honor of Our Seniors..
Last Saturday, the Folks at Home State Bank stepped up to raise a toast to our wonderful Senior Citizens with a special Feast and Presentation.
Join the Fun and Click HERE to see if you recognize any of this bunch:

Pots and Platters and Plates, OH, MY!

Louisville Art Lovers,

Saturday evening, March 15, from 6:30-10PM, the Louisville Art Gallery will hold it's first reception of 2003 titled

"The Big Ceramic Show"
The exhibition and sale, on the main floor, features eleven potters from the surrounding area, and Luigi Waites returns to provide some great jazz on the vibes.

Along with Gallery regulars
Liz Vercruysse, Susan McGilvrey, Dan Toberer, Carolyn Hadsell and Tom Quest, six more clay artists join in the mix.
Fort Calhoun resident, Pam Daly, Lincoln artists Amy Smith and Michael Strand, Omaha's John Dennison and Henry Serenco, and Iowa native, current Maryville, Missouri resident Dave Adams round out the show with a variety of styles.

Pots and platters, plates and cups, mugs and masks, functional and sculptural, there is something for everyone.

Also exhibiting in the Gallery for the first time will be painters Dr. Benjamin Marxhusen and Roula G. Ayoub.
Dr. Marxhausen will be showing paintings from his hard-edged landscape series in a style he calls
"intuitive abstract".
Roula G. Ayoub, a native of Lebanon is also an abstract painter who now splits her time between the USA and her native homeland.

After the show, drift across the street to the Good Times Lounge and listen to the cool blues of  The Johnson Brothers. Guitarist/singer Neil Johnson has been a favorite of the Omaha area for years, and having him and his brothers performing after the show should round out a great night of art and music.

Get a sitter if you need to and don't forget your dancing shoes!

Your friend in the local art scene, STEVE


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Hey, Life is Better Here!

Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our  new Subdivision,
get a loan,
build a house then get it landscaped!

and experience the Better Life!

Computer John
Assistant Editor

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