December 5, 2007
THIRD ANNUALFrom: Anne-Marie Boose
“ R I N G I N G I N T H E SE A S O N ”
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8th
SPONSORED BY B.U.I. L.D.
SUPPORTED IN PART BY A GRANT FROM THE CASS COUNTY VISITORS PROMOTION COMMITTEE
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
222 Walnut St.
BREAKFAST BEGINNING AT 8:30am
CHRISTMAS TREE LANE – SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
Elm St. & Hwy 66
FOLLOW THE CANDY CANES ALONG THE STREETS
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DECORATED THEME TREE BY DONATIONS.
DONATIONS WILL BE USED FOR HOLIDAY EVENTS AND A LOCAL CHARITY
SHOP AT THE CRAFT TABLES 9:00– 4:00
ENJOY A SLOPPY JOE LUNCH 11:00am – 2:00pm
MUSIC PROVIDED BY TIM KOEHN
ROYAL NEIGHBOR’S BENEFIT BAKE SALE
FOR SKYLER JON BENNETT
LOUISVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
217 MAIN – OPEN HOUSE 8:30-12:00
LOUISVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOYER
3rd & Cherry St.
A HOLIDAY “STOP & SHOP” FOR ALL YOUR HOME PARTY NEEDS 9:00am – 3:30pm
FREE CARRIAGE RIDES SPONSORED BY ASH GROVE 11:00am – 2:30pm
HOT CHOCOLATE & COOKIES FOR SALE
LHS Christmas Jazz Combo will perform at 12:00 noon
Frances Aus Memorial Hand Bell choir led by Bev Wittrock will perform at 1:00 pm
LOUISVILLE FIRE HALL
HAVE YOUR FREE PICTURE TAKEN WITH SANTA
COURTESY OF B.U.I. L.D AND BARB EMORY 1:00pm – 3:00pm
NEXT TO THE FIRE HALL
KIDS CAN HAVE PICTURES TAKEN WITH LIVE REINDEER
COURTESY OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
2:00pm – 4:30pm
BYOC (BRING YOUR OWN CAMERA)
LOCAL BUSINESS AND RESTAURANTS WILL BE OPEN
HOLIDAY MUSIC ON MAIN STREET COURTESY OF
LOUISVILLE’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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Christmas Cards for
date Dec 1, 2007 7:33 AM
subject Letters to A Recovering Soldier
A while ago you had included a piece about writing letters to recovering soldiers. I am a teacher and this is something I want to do with my students. I remember that you reported someone had investigated, and that the Red Cross was the best way to get letters to these brave men and women. Would you mind emailing that article to me so that I make sure my facts are correct and can share it with my colleagues. Thanks in advance.
Also, thanks for the louisville.com newsletter. I have been receiving it at my old email address. Long time reader, first time writer. Since I don't work in Louisville, it helps me keep up to date on the community. Keep up the good work and thanks again for your time.
Past Newsletters - Back to May of 2000 are always available by Clicking the "What 's New?" button at www.LouisvilleNebraska.com and scroll all the way down to the bottom.
Here is the November 14th Newsletter with the instructions on sending Christmas Cards to our Injured Soldiers http://www.louisvillenebraska
What God Wants for Christmas - Practice Tonight!!
Posted By Stacy Moxey
The Louisville United Methodist Church is having their Children's Christmas Program this Sunday, December 9th at 7:00 pm.From Lisa Sheehan
It is a play called What God Wants for Christmas.
All are welcome to join us on and tasty cookies will be served after the program!
But before the Play, we need to practice. So for those involved please meet
at the Church Tonight Wed the 5th at 7pm for practice. Then again on Sat
the 8th at 1:30pm for dress rehearsal. Each practice will last about
Library Fine Amnesty Announced
Demonstrating True Christmas Spirit, the Library is forgiving All Fines for Overdue Items till Christmas is Over!
(Then you are in big trouble, so take advantage of this special gift!)
Stop in at the Louisville Library during our Holiday Open House on Saturday, December 8, during regular library hours, which are 8:30 to 12noon.
There will be hot beverages available while you browse our book selections and admire the NEW furniture!! Take the time to get a library card if you don't already have one, drop off any books or movies you have been meaning to bring back, and pick up a few selections to enjoy. You can also sit and take a rest on the new chairs and couches in our sitting area and children's area. We will also be having a free will donation book sale, so take a peek at the selections!
Also, as our Christmas gift to you, ALL overdue books and videos may be returned FINE FREE until the end of the year! So, bring those items in!!!!!
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Put it in your speed dial, 234-FOOD(3663) right now before you forget Then when you leave work in Omaha call in your order just as you are merging on I-80
Pick up the munchkins from Day Care, and have them run in to the MSC and get the chow then sit down with some authentic Cass County Cuisine!
I had a chance to try the Harveys Wineburger recently, I have to say that may be my new favorite.
Cory Says: DON'T FORGET WE DO CARRY OUT!
Saturday Swamp Boys at the Good Times
Dec. 8th - Swamp Boys - 1-5 PM
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From the Editor
Folks from the Big City spend Big Bucks and travel Great Distances to see wildlife.Having Fun and Shooting Reindeer South of the River
I remember seeing live deer just over the ridge on a camping trip in the Rockies. There were raccoons, rabbits, geese all kinds of critters - just like on live TV.
We would buy Christmas Cards with pictures of a Doe and Fawn in a snowy glade. Snow flakes falling, thumper smiling.. Peaceful, natural, aaaah...beautiful.
that was then this is now
Now I want a gun. and maybe some razor wire
Stinken deer eat everything! They chew up small trees, dig up bulbs, generally they are a nuisance and they are everywhere! We spray nasty coyote juice squeezed from unfortunate coyotes all over the place trying to get rid of deer.
The deer just laugh, and laugh.. (Grrrrr... )
Deer sneak around in the dark, looking for their nightly salt lick fix.
In the Big City you try to avoid the dudes with the red noses that insist on cleaning your windshield at the stoplight, around here you try to avoid getting Rudolph all over your windshield, and that red nose in the radiator. I was told those silly deer whistles they sell at the truck stops, actually attract deer. Figures .
Some deer, just can't stay away from that salt lick. They lick, and lick, and then they are really flying high. They just can't help it.
Up north they call them "Reindeer " and it is spelled NaCLdeer
in their rare extinct native language it roughly translates to "deer of rough tongue", or "too much salt licking deer" depending on who you ask.
When they go over the line, you see them flying around, dragging sleighs through the night sky. Bizarre. Way too much of the salt lick.
Anyways, reforming these "deer of rough tongue" salt lick abusers normally involves some form community service. Turns out they are terrible at picking up litter, (no opposable thumbs), and look kinda goofy in an orange vest, so they get a lot of small town photo ops with red suited elves this time of year.
Stop by if you see one, next to the Fire Barn on Saturday and Bring Your Camera!
Check that Tongue and Get a Mug Shot