Springfield Wednesday Newsletter - November 16, 2011

WHAT’S NEW IN SPRINGFIELD, NE

NOVEMBER 16, 2011



HONORING VETERANS

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The display case at Springfield Memorial Library is honoring area veterans during the month of November. Visit the library to view this extraordinary tribute to those who have served in the military. The Library thanks everyone who contributed photos and memorabilia.

 

 SPRINGFIELDER AT HEART DINNER

DONATIONS NEEDED

The Springfielder at Heart Dinner is scheduled for December 10th. Committee members are asking for donations for the 17th annual community dinner ,which is free and open to the public with free will donations. Please help out with the following items:

12 – 15 turkeys (12-15 lbs.)

5-7 hams

Corn

Gravy

Mashed potatoes

Ready made stuffing

Cake, nuts, mints

Plates (dinner & cake size)

Napkins

Tablecloths

Decorations

Door prizes (gift certificates, toys, crafts, etc.)

Contact Amy or Bob Green, Shirley Buskirk, Doris Royal, Barb Mills. For more info: 402-990-993


 


 

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY

 VILLAGE INN PIE GIFT CERTIFICATES

 $11 EACH

 JUST IN TIME FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PIE!

 ON SALE AT SPRINGFIELD MEMORIAL LIBRARY

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YOTES BBQ PIZZARIA
"Home of the Bigger, Better Pizzas"
167 Main Street
402-253-2755
Dine In or Carry Out


Fall/Winter Hours:
Monday thru Thursday 11am to 9pm
Friday/Saturday 11am to 10pm
SUNDAY 12 noon to 7pm

***YOTES NOTES***
Catch all the Husker games in HD
food & drink specials on game day!!!

LOOK FOR OUR DAILY SPECIALS!!

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PREMIER EVENTS SOCIAL HALL &

I TIE THE KNOTS WEDDING OFFICIATION

145 MAIN STREET

SPRINGFIELD, NE

for more information

www.itietheknots.com

www.premiereventsnebraska.com


 

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SPRINGFIELD ARTWORKS

183 Main Street
Springfield, NE 68059 

402-301-9162

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Stop in at Springfield Artworks to check out their many handmade felted flowers .....or better yet, make your own.

Help Springfield Artworks on Main Street celebrate their 2nd anniversary this week. Glass art, fiber art and paintings abound everywhere. Refreshments served.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 1-6, Saturday 11-4:30

 

 

Friend us on Facebook and follow us on twitter.

www.springfieldartworks.com

 

GALLERY HOURS

TUESDAY – FRIDAY

1-6 PM

SATURDAY

11AM – 4:30PM

402-301-9162

 

 

 

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MAIN STREET

FAMILY CONSIGNMENT & MORE

 HOURS:

Tuesday 12 Noon – 7PM

Wednesday –Thursday 10AM – 6PM

Friday 10AM -5PM

Saturday 9AM – 2PM

 

 

SOARING WINGS VINEYARD

Acoustic Sundays are Year Round!

Acoustic Music Sundays from 2:00 to 5:00 - Year Round! Sunday music will be outside at the gazebo, weather permitting... weather not permitting, music will be indoors in the party room.

November Performers:
6 – Strings & Chords
13 – Stephen Monroe
20 – Greg Place
27 – Tracey Skretta

 

 GO TROJANS

FOR ALL THE NEWS ON PLATTEVIEW SPORTS

LOG ONTO:

http://www.goplatteview.com


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CONGRATULATIONS!


TROJAN FOOTBALL TEAM ON YOUR SUCCESSFUL SEASON


 

 


HAPPENING NEARBY

 

DECEMBER EVENTS AT ART CHICKS!

Ringing In The Season-Saturday December 3rd 11:30 and 1:00

Special Luncheon at Art Chicks-Call 234-2669 to reserve your spot.  Gather your girlfriends for a fun day enjoying Louisville's Shops, Santa, Flea Market and Crafts! 

Special Holiday Menu for the Month of December:



Unlimited Glasses of "Holiday Gifts" Iced Tea

Roast Beef Foccaccia Sandwich

Cranberry Pecan Salad

1920s Waldorf Astoria Red Cake

 KIDS PARTY AT 2:30 with special kids menu featuring flower sandwiches, fruit kabobs, ginger drip and pink lemonade.  Bring Grandma and all the generations can dance together.  Kids shopping area with affordable presents for everyone on their list.  Free Gift wrapping!

 

Chrismas Camp   December 10th  Learn how to do it all!

O.k. not really...but we will learn some tricks, short cuts and laugh the holiday stress away.  Gather those women you know do too much and have a fun couple of hours away.  Call 402-234-2669 to make a your plan to stop planning so much!

YES!  Art Chicks does parties everyday!  YES! We are available any day of the week. Yes!  We can fit your budget from $8.00 per person to $15.00 per person.  NOOOO!  We do not have any rental fees!  Yeahhhh!  Make your holiday party planning easy.  Call today. 

 

Ringing In The Season

In Louisville

Saturday, December 3rd

  • Santa & Mrs. Clause
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Craft Show
  • And MUCH more!

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More info to come!

 

 

ANNUAL AUCTION

NEHAWKA FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1:00PM

LUNCH 11:30 -1:00PM

 

The annual auction held by the United Methodist Church in Nehawka is a tradition which began forty eight years ago! Members and friends of the little white church on the corner in Nehawka come together each year on the Sunday before Thanksgiving Day to raise money for mission work, community support, and general expenses of the church. Gene Sisco, well-known auctioneer from Otoe, has been seeking out the highest bidder for forty two years!

 The bidding begins this year on Sunday, November 20 at 1:00 p.m. at the Community Building in Nehawka, but don’t wait until 1:00 to show up! Homemade soups and goodies will be served from 11:30 to 1:00 as people gather to visit, look over the auction items, and catch up all on the news of the townspeople.

 Prior to the big day of the auction, members and friends of the church are busy making homemade salsa, spaghetti sauce, or horseradish. Our ladies embroider, crochet, knit, paint, and make purses or other crafts all year to entice bidders and in past years a quilt or two have shown up to bring a nice bid too. The men use their skills to craft homemade items from wood, iron, or other materials.

 Numerous attendees can be counted on to not only attend the auction each year, but to bid generously on a homemade gooseberry pie or freshly made homemade noodles. Dr. Bill Schlichtemeier and wife Jeanette make the annual trek to Nehawka in search of Betty Hansen’s homemade cinnamon rolls. Bill’s mother, Helen is famous for her beautiful crocheted baby booties and baby blankets. Jars of fresh canned goods are plentiful, as well as cookies, candies and other treats. You just never know what will show up at the auction, but you can count on there being something for everyone of every age. Sisco is particularly adept at drawing excellent bids from children who are sitting on grandpa’s lap! One never knows how much Grandpa Kermit will bid on a toy truck or tractor.

 Those who have been attending the auction for years remember the meat from the locker donated by Howard and Helen Heesch and the eggs and homemade horse radish from Ruth and Wildon Switzer

 Services, tools, household items and gift certificates are donated by area businesses and we express our sincere thanks to those who support our church and community. The generosity of many businesses makes this auction the success that it is. A community event which requires the dedication and work of many turns out to be a tremendous fund-raiser, but it’s always more than just a fund raiser. It’s a time of community, a time of laughter, and a time of encouragement. “We raise money for God’s glory” says Pastor Sandy Webster. “The blessings that abound that day are just a bonus”!

 This year a unique door prize will be given to some lucky person and for the first year we will also have a table of silent auction baskets and items. A generous vacation package will also be awarded to the highest bidder at a very nice time-share at a location of your choice. A Nebraska quilt will go home with the highest bidder.

 All are invited to join in the fun, food, fellowship and fundraising! Come and bid! And bid for a good reason—God’s work in action for the Nehawka community and surrounding area. We hope to see you there as this tradition continues and remains close to the hearts of the people of The United Methodist Church in Nehawka. 
 
 
 

 

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GREENBLATT & SEAY NEWS

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FIDDLE WORKSHOP

Championship fiddler and fiddle book author, Deborah Greenblatt, will discuss various ways to perform that classic fiddle tune, Orange Blossom Special.  This wonderful piece encourages improvisation, giving the fiddler opportunities to make their fiddle sound just like a train.   The Workshop takes place on Saturday, November 19, 2011, 1 PM - 3 PM, in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse, Avoca, Nebraska.  Pre-registration is required, enrollment is limited, and there is a $20.00 fee.  For more information, or to register, call 402-275-3221, or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

~Go where life takes you.

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Thanks to all Springfield E- Newsletter readers.

 

Connie Manzer

   

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Tue Sep 25 @ 6:30PM -
Pie Contest@ the Library
Mon Oct 01 @ 7:00PM -
Homecoming Parade
Wed Oct 03 @ 3:30PM - 05:00PM
UMC Kids Club
Sat Oct 13 @ 4:00PM - 08:00PM
Volunteer Fire Dept. Open House
Sun Oct 21 @ 8:00AM - 01:00PM
Community Blood Drive
Mon Oct 22 @ 6:30PM -
Library Pumpkin Walk
Sat Oct 27 @ 1:30PM -
PHS Fall Play: The Miracle Worker
Sat Oct 27 @ 5:00PM - 07:30PM
St. Joseph Ladies Guild Soup Supper
Sat Oct 27 @ 7:00PM -
PHS Fall Play: The Miracle Worker
Fri Nov 09 @ 7:30PM - 11:30PM
Fall Festival Dance Fundraiser

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