WHAT’S NEW IN SPRINGFIELD, NE
November 18, 2009
Springfield’s newest business, Springfield ArtWorks, opened Saturday November 14. Owners, Glen and Margie Trembley greeted customers and gave tours of the art gallery and studio. For more information log on: www.springfieldartworks.com
Tuesday – Saturday
11AM – 6PM
*Please feel welcome to stop in on Mondays,
if the owners are at the gallery.
One and all for your contributions to the Springfield Memorial Library Foundation Cookbook project. Approximately 750 recipes were collected for the cookbook! It is now in the process of being published and the finished product should arrive on January 20, 2010. The cost will be $15.00. Gift Certificates for the cookbook are now being sold. These will make wonderful holiday gifts! To make your purchase, stop by the library or call 253-2797 for more information.
SSAP Basketball Registration
SPRINGFIELD MEMORIAL LIBRARY
SPRINGFIELD KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
SUBSTANCE ABUSE POSTER CONTEST
The Springfield Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a Substance Abuse Awareness Program for all 3rd through 6th graders on November 19, 2009 starting at 6:45 p.m. at Springfield Elementary School. The Sarpy County Sheriff’s office will provide a drug dog demonstration at 6:45 p.m. followed by the drawing for a Tom Osborne autographed football or a John Cook autographed volleyball. Any student in grades 3 through 6 who live in the South Sarpy School District #46 or who attend St. Joseph Catholic Church and who has entered the poster contest by that evening is eligible for the drawing. Entry forms and 11x17 paper can be picked up at Springfield Elementary School, Westmont Elementary School, and St. Joseph Church. Treats will be served!
Springfield VFW Post 9558 will host breakfast, Sunday November 29, 2009, 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the Springfield Legion Hall. All you care to eat! Pancakes French toast, eggs, hash browns, ham and sausage. Milk, orange juice and coffee included. $6.50 for adults and $3.00 for children. Come in and enjoy!
Sarpy County Holiday Assistance
First Baptist Church Gymnasium
23 & Hancock Street (1 block south of Mission)
1. Two forms of proof of residency
(must live in Sarpy County)
3. Proof of household income
*Please do not bring children
FABULOUS DEW DROP INN
A SCREENED-IN CANOPY IS BEING ADDED TO THE PATIO AREA
WATCH HUSKER GAMES ON 4 BIG SCREEN TV’S
HAPPY HOUR DRINK SPECIALS
FARM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES
Springfield Community Blood Drive
Sunday, December 13, 2009
To schedule your life-saving appointment,
please contact Ralph @ 253-8301
Sign up online @www.givebloodgivelife.org
EIGHTH ANNUAL ALDRICH FOUNDATION SHORT STORY CONTEST ANNOUNCED
Original short stories by Nebraska authors are currently being accepted for the Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation’s 2010 short story contest.
A new division for Intermediate School Students, Grades 3-5, is being added this year.
Story length should be 1,000-2,000 words (there is no minimum word requirement for the Intermediate category) and submissions should be written in the wholesome spirit displayed by Bess Streeter Aldrich in her works. No essays, please. Books by the author that writers can read to get ideas about content and style are:
Short Works 1907-1919 Mother Mason
Short Works 1920-1954 The Rim of the Prairie
The Cutters A Lantern in her Hand
Spring Came on Forever A White Bird Flying
Miss Bishop Song of Years
The Lieutenant’s Lady Journey into Christmas
The Drum Goes Dead The Man who Caught the Weather
Prizes will be awarded at the annual Spring Banquet of the Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation. Cash prize amounts are: Adult: 1st Prize $100.00, 2nd Prize $50.00, 3rd Prize $25.00. High School (grades 9-12) and Middle School (grades 6-8): 1st Prize $50.00, 2nd Prize $25.00, 3rd Prize $15.00.
Intermediate School: 1st Prize $25.00, 2nd Prize $15.00, 3rd Prize $10.00.
Writers, please send a cover sheet with your name, address, e-mail address, phone number, title of story, and two copies of your story, one with your name and one without. Include a line telling how you learned about the contest. For students, add age, grade, school, and teacher’s name to the cover sheet. Please enclose a SASE for return of contest results. Stories will not be returned. Families of Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation Board Members are not eligible.
The due date for submissions is the author’s birthday, February 17, 2010 (postmark date). Send submissions to: Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation, P.O. Box 167, Elmwood, NE 68349. A complete list of rules can be found at www.BessStreeterAldrich.org.
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SPRINGFIELD –The Calendar
November 19, 3:30 – 5pm – Thanksgiving Day Crafts @ Springfield Memorial Library
November 19, 6:45 – 7:30pm – Substance Abuse Poster Contest Drawing @ Springfield Elementary gym.
November 25 – South Sarpy School District #46 classes early dismissal -Thanksgiving breaks begins.
Gretna’s Newest Dance Studio
14333 South Hwy 31, suite H-101
Copple Chevrolet- GMC, Inc in Louisville, NE is looking for a full time lube tech with the ability to do minor services. Excellent opportunity for a motivated individual looking for a future in the automotive industry. Must pass a pre-employment drug screening and have an excellent driving record. Please contact Don Boukal or Robert Copple at 402-234-2000
306 Main Street
Louisville, Ne 68037
The following message is from Patrick Cole with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission:
2010 will be bringing about some significant changes to permitting. All of the common hunt/fish type permits will be issued through the electronic system, even at external vendor locations. Some permit fee changes in summary:
The Habitat Stamp for 2010 will be $20.00 (a $4.00 increase). This also means the Lifetime Habitat Stamp will go from $320 to $400 January 1, 2010.
The Aquatic Habitat Stamp for 2010 will be $10.00 (a 2.50 increase)….note this adds to the cost of Fishing permits (except the 1-day). So while no increase to the Fishing permit fees were made, their costs will increase due to the increase in the incorporated Aquatic Habitat Stamp.
Nonresident Paddlefish Permits will increase $20 to the 2010 rate of $40.00
A Nonresident Combination Hunt and Fish permit was created for a fee of $120.00 (add the required $10.00 aquatic stamp and necessary $20.00 habitat stamp and the cost will be $150 plus the issue fee ($1.00 from NPC or $2.00 from external agent).
Resident Lifetime Furharvest permits were established with similar cost and age breaks as the resident lifetime hunt permit.
Perhaps one of the more dramatic and unprecedented moves was the creation of youth deer, antelope and turkey permits at record low price of $5.00. This price is for either resident or nonresident participants age 15 and below. The goal is to increase interest and participation by young hunters.
Changes involving nonrefundable application fees for our new ‘lottery’ type permit offerings. These new offerings that will become available next year, might include such things as a ‘statewide’ elk permit or a multispecies permit that would allow the harvest of a deer, 2 turkeys, an antelope and perhaps in some cases an elk. The actual offerings will be determined in wildlife regulations. These permits would be offered in a similar fashion as the Bighorn Sheep permit, where an individual can apply and be put in a drawing.
~It's a shallow life that doesn't give a person a few scars.
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