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Springfield Wednesday Newsletter: June 10, 2020

Thanks School

New School 2020

 


Restrictions are easing up on social gatherings and some businesses in Nebraska. Please be mindful of social distancing guidelines established by our local health department and local officials to keep our community safe. 

The Springfield newsletter will continue to bring you news of announcements, important updates, fun tips, and maybe a joke or two just to lighten your day.

Check in for current information of up-to-the minute news. We will do what we can to make it through these times. Take care and hang in there everyone!

Our local Covid-19 information resource provides up-to-minute updates:

Sarpy Cass Health Department

https://www.sarpycasshealthdepartment.org/


Sarpy County Offices Open by Appointment

Appointments are available from 8:00a.m. – 4:45p.m. Monday – Friday

Appointments from 8:00a.m. – 9:00a.m. are reserved for seniors only.

Facemasks or homemade cloth coverings are required. Please social distance and keep at least six feet away from others.

Visit Sarpy.com to find out if the service you need is available online and to “Make an Appointment” located at the top of the page. You can also call the Sarpy County Helpline at: (402) 593-1593


SARPY COUNTY HELP LINE

The Sarpy County Sheriff's Office along with Sarpy County Human Services has established a help line for the citizens of Sarpy County during the COVID-19 pandemic event. Starting today, people who are sick, elderly, or caretakers of this demographic in Sarpy County may call the Sarpy County Sheriff Helpline at 402-593-1593 for needs such as picking up prescriptions, groceries, or other necessities. A uniformed Sarpy County Sheriff's Deputy will pick up and deliver these items in a marked police cruiser. This helpline may also be utilized by the general public to make non-emergency police reports via telephone that do not require a police officer present in their home.

The following providers are participating in this program:

Walmart in Papillion
Target in Papillion (Groceries Only)
Bakers at 36th St & Twin Creek Dr
Bakers at 801 Galvin Rd (Pharmacy Only)
Springfield Drug (Pharmacy Only)

Please check the Sheriff's Office website and Facebook Page for any new updates to this program.


USEFUL RESOURCES DURING THE PANDEMIC

https://www.unitedwaymidlands.org/2-1-1/  

https://www.nebraskachildren.org/covid-19-information-and-resources.html

-- https://www.thekimfoundation.org/      

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Pantry May


Summer Reading flyer

 

 

 

SRP Flyer

 


Library Curbside

 


SPRINGFIELD FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

UMC June

 

Galen Retirement

 

 


SHOP LOCAL

Please remember to support Springfield’s local businesses during this difficult time.

Black Sheep Coffee House: Drive thru

Sweet Rice Thai Food: (402) 714-4516

Runza Restaurant

Trojan Tavern: (402) 253-2333

Valentino’s Pizza: (402) 253-2491

Wicked Hen Farmhouse Café breakfast, lunch & some evenings: (513 )721-6877

Springfield Drug & Soda Fountain

Ace Hardware

Soaring Wings Vineyard

B&D Pit Stop

These and all Springfield businesses need your support to survive these difficult times.

 


IT HAPPENED IN SPRINGFIELD HISTORY

Spr State Bank

Springfield State Bank was organized in December 1945 by several Springfield businessmen.  After receiving approval by the FDIC and State Banking Department on February 12, 1946, the bank opened February 23, 1946 in the building originally built for the American State Bank on the southeast corner of 2nd & Main Street.

In 1975 a new bank building was constructed at 6th & Main Street. The bank moved to its new location on August 2, 1975.  The old bank building was sold to Keith Hentzen for a new drug store.


 

Funny Story

One of the shortest wills ever written: “Being of sound mind, I spent all the money.”

*Reference: Reader’s Digest

 

Joke of the Week

Q. How much money does a pirate pay for corn?

 A. A buccaneer.

 

 


HAPPENING NEARBY


 

Friends, has COVID 19 got you doing some extra cleaning and purging? Do you need to have a garage sale and get rid of the extra stuff?

If so gather up your stuff and plan to have a garage sale on June 12 and 13.  

Don't have enough stuff or live far out of the villages, how about you partner up with a friend or family member.  Please get the form and payment to Cyndi Dwyer by Friday, June 5 to get on the map.  See registration form for details

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Cass Food bank 2020 

 

 


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CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER

211 Main St.

Louisville, NE

68037

 Are you anxious to get back to some good ol' country music!  We sure are!

 We know you want to be safe and others do. too.  Not only yourself, but also for others, please be aware that social-distancing and wearing of masks will be MANDATORY in our small theater for the time-being.  Thank you for understanding.

 Saturday, June 13, 2020, 7:30 p.m., Kali Indiana, $4 admissionn

 Sunday, June 14, 2020, 1 p.m., bring your instrument for the free JAM SESSION,

 Saturday, June 27, 7:30 p.m., Silver Wings, $4 Admission

 Free admittance for kids under 13.

 For more information, call 800-480-8797, ext. 211, and leave a message or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

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BarnYard Cinema Close Encounters

 

 


 

EAGLE FARMERS MARKET

OPENS MAY28TH AT 4PM TO 6:30PM

5TH AND HWY 34. IT IS

HELD EVERY THURSDAY THRU SEPT 3.

Anyone wishing to set up a booth for a month or more can contact Trisha.

Stop by the market or look for our Facebook page or postings on Eagle Echo.


 

CCI Job Ad

 


 

SKM JobAd May

 


 

“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.”

 -Kobe Bryant

 


Thanks to all Springfield E-Newsletter readers. 

Connie Manzer

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Buy or Sell with the Best!

 Molly Amick

List your home with Molly Amick

Nebraska Realty by December 31,

2020 & receive $1000 in Closing Costs!

402.957.0374

molly@nebraskarealty.com  

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