October 3, 2007
Oh, What a Game!
Homecoming Game was a Memorable One
Lions Victorious Over the Indians!!
Overtime Kick Settles the Matter
Click Here for the Recap
Bunco and Shuffleboard Leagues are Forming!
The Good Times has new leagues forming now and starting
Monday and Tuesday October 15th and 16th
So get all your buddies together and sign up before the leagues are full!
Click Here for the Details: http://68037.com/GT/events.htm
What is Bunco? here are some fun facts: Click Here
Jaycees Punt Pass and Kick Competition
More than 100 participants expected
Oct 13th - LHS Field
More Details Soon!
YOUR LOUISVILLE LIBRARY Gets New Books!
The Library recently purchased titles and they are now available for checkout!
They include: Quickie by James Patterson, The Last Summer by Ann Breshares, Up Close and Personal by Fern Michaels, Critical by Robin Cook, Someone to Love by Jude Deveraux, You've Been Warned by James Patterson, Knit Together by Debbie Macomber, The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown and Play Dirty by Sandra Brown.
Also, recently purchased DVDs are available for checkout and they include Norbit, The Astronaut Farmer, Are We Done Yet and Charlottes Web.
The Library Regular Hours are 10-12 and 1:30 - 5pm Monday and Friday, 1:30 - 6pm on Wednesday and 8:30-12 on Saturday.
Please come check us out!
Article Provided by Lisa Sheehan
Kimmel Orchard and Vineyard
Nebraska City Autumn Glory
Kimmel Education & Research Center, 5995 G Road
Experience the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the Nebraska's value-added agriculture industry! Watch woodturners and other skilled artisans share their talents. See finely crafted wood furniture, locally grown decorative woody florals and handmade beaded items.
From Beaver Lake: Head south on Hwy 75, turn left (east) onto Business Hwy 75 and travel 1 mile north to the Kimmel Education & Research Center
Sponsored By: UNL and Nebraska Forest Service
(You are gonna need to find something fun to do during the day, because the Husker Game is not until 8PM. So make that potato salad that everybody loves, and head to Union)
AT UNION BALL PARK
OCT 6, 2007
POTLUCK (BRING A DISH)
DRINKS & PLACE SETTINGS WILL BE PROVIDED
BRING YOUR BASEBALL GLOVES, PHOTOS, KIDS, GRANDKIDS, & GREAT GRANDKIDS
questions: Call Lisa Wagner (Tellez) 402-873-3414
V i s i t t h e Li o n s D e n
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View and purchase professional photos of our athletes (Click Here) that will provide a lifetime of memories, and help support the fine work of Mike and Pam
..and Now,.. for the REST .... of the story..
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and Special Announcements
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will be having a birthday on October 9th!
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Read the most recent City Council Minutes
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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.
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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 !
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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!
From the Editor
I have to apologize to the neighborhood
I am gonna have to talk to old Snow Dog Todd about a sign, " Mower Down - Sorry!" to post in front of the house. If I don't do something soon, I may have to talk to Jeanne about a different kind of sign. I better do something onacounta it has been raining and the grass is getting longer, and the neighbors are starting to talk.
...I am not sure the sign is gonna help...There is an unwritten understanding that a man must keep his lawn tidy, or face the wrath and scorn that comes when anyone in a society starts to exhibit anti-social behavior.
In the big city they would just beat you up, overseas maybe stone you, but in a small town it is much worse! You all know what I am talking about...
Rumors start to spreadI am a real proponent of shame. I think that a great deal of societies core problems can be traced to our tendency to eliminate shame as an uncomfortable, and inefficient burden on our otherwise high octane pursuit of happiness. Shame is good. It keeps everything in order.
"Maybe it's, gambling.., drinking.., another woman.., maybe he joined the Moonies!
he used to be a righteous dude!"
What has become of him?
Maybe, that is what we need to get the Huskers Defense ready for Mizou this Sat Evening.
Anyways, I can prove that the Craftsman is in intensive care, www.OmahaMowers.com Greg over there is getting real tired of my calls. I am sure he will vouch for my character. Or at least my persistence.
Having Fun and Watchin the Grass Grow South of the River
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