Manley owes its existence to the Missouri Pacific Railroad, which built its main line from Atchison, KS, to Omaha in 1881-82. This line traversed Cass County south-to-north coming through Avoca, Weeping Water, Manley, and on to Louisville.
The Lofte Community Theatre Barnyard Concert Series continues this Friday with:
July 11 @ 7:30PM Admission: $40 per vehicle
Hosted by our very own Scott Pope and Doug Rothgeb, we invite you to join us for an evening of live entertainment provided by the Born-in-a-Barn Players!
…is upon us! Over the past couple of years, the Village has discussed making the Community Center a Tornado Shelter for residents who do not have a basement to go to or who have a need for a Shelter. With this wonderful building the Village has, the Board would like to provide this safety opportunity for the community, if there is a need.
Any time the Village is in a Tornado Watch or the siren goes off for a Tornado Warning, a Board member will open the Community Center. The basement will serve as a safety area. For emergency information have these phone numbers handy: Tim Glas – 402-515-7105, Denise Swenson 402-677-2587, Mickey Dalton 402-660-7032.
This will be a new venture for the Village & the Board, so if you have any helpful suggestions on how best to proceed, the Board would welcome your input. You may contact Denise Swenson (402-677-2587) or the Village Office (402-234-2304).
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, July 11th, 7:30 p.m., HOME GROWN band, $4 Admission
Sunday, July 12th, 1 p.m., JAM SESSION. Bring your favorite instrument and join us!
Free admittance for kids under 13.
A major goal for the CassLocal.com project, was to make small business support as convenient as possible. If you have a small business, you know that job one, is to make your businesses as simple, and convenient as possible to interact with.
Any questions? TEXT VM/402-968-0821
Louisville Care Community - Visitors not allowed
CORONAVIRUS HEALTH ALERT
We are NOT allowing visitors at this time.
We deeply care about the safety of our residents and staff. Please, use other methods of communication to connect with your loved ones.
Call #402-234-2125 for questions, concerns or emergencies
The Fleming Family Foundation was established in out Parents name Dean & Jean Fleming both community leaders as well as Professional leaders in their community! They stressed the Importance of moving beyond status quo no matter what one chooses as their profession. We support those those who have high expectations and have proven themselves in the class room and community. Giving back to your profession and your community was a priority for our parents and instilled in their children. The foundation was established in 2007. It is is a 401C3 recognized foundation in Nebraska. We accept donations from individuals and invest those funds. Randy Fleming CAI, NAA is the Chairman of the Board. Donations can be sent to Fleming Family Foundation PO Box 410 Springfield, Ne. 68059.
Here is the Fleming Family Foundation winners for 2020: Courtney Poessnecker, Ellie Burkinsaw, Garrison Hansen, Hannah Brotsky, Jaegher Ogden, Jocely Hamilton, Lily Fischer, Lindsey Jelinek, Mykenzie Daugherty
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 1, 2020 Contact: Autumn Sky Burns, T.E.A.M. Coordinator, (402) 276-2976
Tobacco Education & Advocacy of the Midlands Honors Community
(Papillion, NE) –Tobacco Education & Advocacy of the Midlands’ (T.E.A.M.) held their 3rd Annual Recognition Celebration on Thursday, June 25, 2020 virtually.
Hudson Kingston, J.D., LL.M. from the Public Health Law Center presented “Vape Waste & Filter Fraud: Commercial Tobacco's Environmental Impact.” T.E.A.M. also presented awards to organizations and communities for their work in tobacco prevention and education
Awards presented were:
Advocate of the Year: Senator Sue Crawford Advocate of the Year: Michael Lennen Business of the Year: Papillion Community Foundation Community of the Year: Gretna, NE Multi-Family Housing of the Year: Crestview Village, Mercy Housing Partner of the Year: UNMC College of Public Health
The keynote speech and award presentation can be viewed on T.E.A.M.’s website at www.TEAMTobaccoFree.org.
T.E.A.M. is a community coalition of more than sixty local organizations, businesses, & individuals that works to create healthy, tobacco-free areas for our community to enjoy. They meet on the 4th Thursday of the month at 11:30pm at via Zoom. For more information, visit www.TeamTobaccoFree.org.
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