July 25, 2007
Chrome and Country on SundayFYI: The Last Hot Sunday idea was originally created and funded by Steve Sherman owner of the Louisville Art Gallery, and City Council Member.
The Louisville " Trifecta of Traditions" Continues with the..
Last Hot Sunday in July!!!
this Sunday, July 29th...
Auto/Truck Show- N -Shine
Noon - 4:00pm
No fees, No classes, No judging or trophies
JUST MUSIC, FOOD AND FUN!
Register at 11:00 a.m. on Main Street or on line
DASH PLAQUES FOR FIRST 50 ENTRIES
DJ sponsored by Main Street Cafe
Late Breaking News:
A Special Guest Appearance by:
The Country Kickers!
Click Here to See!
ART CARS ON DISPLAY
Entertainment and fun for all ages (kids are welcome!)
Main Street Businesses open
Shop, Eat, Drink and Relax
Call Nancy 402-234-3715 or Dee 402-234-7705
Sponsored by B.U.I. L .D.
and supported in part by a grant from
Cass County Visitor Promotion Committee
Every year the event has become more successful, with a great deal of Hard Work on the part of Nancy McManis, Dee Arias and the EVENTS Committee of BUILD.
Louisville has established a following for 3 annual traditional events:
Our Trifecta of Traditions include:
Louisville Daz - Co-Sponsored by the Louisville Jaycees and BUILD
The Last HOT Sunday in July - Sponsored by BUILD
Ringing in the Season - Sponsored by BUILD
Wanta Get Involved? - Become part of BUILD!
You no longer have to be a Business Owner, you just gotta Love Louisville and want to be where the action is! President Teri Scholting has opened the traditional Business Owner Only ranks to a much more inclusive and dynamic organization that consists of 5 different Committees:
Economic Development Committee
This is not your old BUILD any more! This is fun exciting and very fulfilling Community involvement.
No matter what your interests, no matter what your skills, no matter how much, or how little time you have, there is a place for you to fit in and help Louisville be the best it can be!
NEXT BUILD MEETING:
BUILD will hold it's monthly meeting next Tuesday, August 7 at the Assisted Living Facility. Refreshments will begin at 7:15AM
Caitie Leibman is Miss Louisville!
We will see her as she represents Louisville in the Upcoming Cass County Fair Pageant!
Good Luck Miss Louisville!
with the Latest Louisville Issues:
Read the most recent City Council Minutes
Click Here: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/minutes.htm
Read the most recent BUILD Meeting Minutes
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Now, let's Snoop on the Neighbors!!
Read all our local news by clicking on:
All the Community Classified Ads are on the Left Side
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!!
We built this way for you to share with the BUILD group, (our Local Business Owners), your ideas, observations and suggestions to help improve Louisville. Your comments are now shared at the Monthly BUILD meeting, and your ideas are valuable! We are looking for trends, common requests or concerns.
SAY WHAT YOU THINK!
All comments will be saved, reviewed and considered, so this is your chance to say what you think!
Take The New Survey http://www.b-u-i-l-d.com/talk_to_build.htm
We made a couple changes to the Classified Section, and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically! You can now add a digital photo of whatever it is you have for sale.
Anyways the classified section, is now the most frequently visited section of the website, so get out there and sell something! Click HERE !
Anybody in Louisville can contribute a story..
or a Guest Editorial on pretty much any subject by Clicking HERE:
http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/news/submit.htm and typing the story in the little box.
This represents access to about 789 of our neighbors, and you don't have to pay to get your message to the Community.
(message must be approved by the stupid editor however)
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Be sure and check out all the Local Discussion by going to: Click Here:> http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/discus/ and clicking on "Last Week" the top left hand side of your screen.
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 then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!
From the Editor
For all of those that enjoy the peace and beauty small town life some facts are obvious; "Wow, look at all the space, the quiet, the elbow room!" People that move away to try big city life soon recognize what they have lost. Life becomes a constant battle with crowds, traffic jams, long lines and short tempers. Many eventually return home after the sparkle of the city wears away.
But like everything in life; all that space and peace has a price. With less people, there are less folks to help when help is needed.
Volunteering time and energy to a useful project is one of the most satisfying pass times you can have, and in a small town volunteering is critical. One might almost conclude that the quality and stability of a town our size, is a direct result of the quality of its volunteers.
Everyone knows the two dozen or so constant volunteers that Louisville enjoys, names like: Heidi, John, Nancy, Teri, Jeanne, Carla, Ray, Levi, Jason, Rod, Wayne, Kevin, Mike, Steve, Todd, Allison, Brent, Dan, Randy, Chris and Alan. Always there, always first in line when something needs doing. Emergency Rescue, putting out fires, donating blood, weeding flowers, parking cars at events, selling raffle tickets. Same faces all the time. Dependable "Salt of the Earth" folks.
Louisville is doing better than several neighbor towns for a variety of reasons, one of which is the human resources that give so freely of their time and talents.
When you distill it all down, that is about 1.5% of the folks in Louisville that answer the call all the time, and we are all pretty lucky they do. Consider how much we could do, and how great it would be is we had 2% or even 2.5% of the folks chipping in and helping to carry the load! I am quite sure that these couple dozen Constant Volunteers are grateful for the chance to serve, and would never complain even if the burden were too great, But! I am also quite sure that they would welcome a little help! (or just a Thanks! )
Even Salt of the Earth should get a break now and then.
(obscure reference: kids ask somebody over 50)
Having Fun and Kick'en Tires South of the River
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