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ATTENTION:

The recycling trailer at the end of Main Street is OPEN

It will be emptied again Thursday, June 26, 2014.

CLICK HERE to view where our other County Recycling Trailers are

 


  Make sure you like your Plattsmouth Hy-Vee’s Facebook page

for great deals, Market Café Specials,

special announcements, and much more! 

You don’t want to miss out!

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Every Wednesday

5% discount on your grocery purchase if you are an active or retired member of the armed forces, a veteran, or over 55! 

Some exclusions do apply, please ask a Manager if you have questions.


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Cass Trash Talk Group Forum A Public Information/Discussion Forum dedicate to Trash/Recycling/Composting and Re-Purposing information has just been created and is now provided and is managed by www.NCWP.org Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/casstrashtalk
There is a great deal of misinformation, confusion and discussion on these issues and it is valuable to establish a single official clearing house for accurate information, comment and discussion on these matters that affect everyone in Cass County.
Please accept this invitation to participate in this Discussion, ask Questions and provide your feedback.

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 SUMMER WORKSHOPS

                The Cass County Extension Office is offering many summer workshops, including Milk Paint Monday, What’s Bugging You-Entomology Fun, Tractor Driving & Safety, Upcycled Window Art and many more art and science workshops! Check out the workshop information on our website, www.cass.unl.edu or pick up a flyer in our office, 8400 144th Street, Suite 100, Weeping Water.

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 The Plattsmouth Soccer Club will be  holding registration for the Fall 2014 Season in the basement of the United  Methodist Church (7TH & Main) on Sunday, June 29th, 1 – 3  p.m.

 

The forms may also be downloaded from:              www.plattsmouthsoccer.org

and mailed to Plattsmouth Soccer Club,          P.O. Box 43, Plattsmouth,             NE  68048

All Players - MUST  HAVECompleted Form, Mother’s (or Legal Guardian’s) birth  month/day, and small Photograph.

NEW Players - MUST HAVE:  Completed Form, Birth Certificate, Mother’s (or Legal  Guardian’s) birth month/day and small Photograph.

 

Minimum age requirements must be met  prior to 08/01/14

 

Age       Group

Fee

Late       Fee after 7/1/14

Uniform

MICRO

4-5

$40.00

$15.00

$10.00 (shirt)

RECREATIONAL

U7       to U12

$60.00

$15.00

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^COMPETITIVE        (Optional)

U9       & UP

$90.00

$15.00*

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^For Competitive team availability,  please contact Leigh Ann Eggert, PSC-Registrar at  402-296-4017

 

There is a separate registration form  and fee for players wanting to play secondary.  Please contact Leigh Ann Eggert for  information.

 

*Late fee applies to any team not  subject to tryouts.

 

+Uniforms are purchased through  Accelerated GraphX, Hwy 75 & Ave B, Plattsmouth (402-296-2633 OR  402-660-8644)

 

Fundraising: The Club anticipates having  a mandatory fundraiser in the fall.   Each family will be required to either participate in the fundraiser or  pay an “opt-out” fee.  Fundraising  proceeds are utilized to pay for the Club’s complex and related  improvements.

 

PSC is run totally by  volunteers.  This includes the PSC Board as well as the coaches and other  roles.  The Club needs your support to continue operating.  Without  volunteers, there is no club.  If you have any questions, please contact  any club officer or come to one of our regularly scheduled board meetings.   PLEASE VOLUNTEER ON THE BOTTOM OF PAGE ONE OF THE REGISTRATION  FORM.


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Cass County Fair Schedule and Fair Book 2014

Just published - Get your fair entry ready!

Click here

 


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As an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, I am sharing information about a Lowe's/KAB Community Grant that you might want to consider for your ballfields, community parks, or other projects.
Grants may be written in three amounts: $5,000, $10,000, or $20,000.

2014 KAB/Lowe's Community Improvement Grants

In 2014, Lowe’s is once again sponsoring the Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement Grants. The program will award $765,000 in grants to Keep America Beautiful Affiliates and participating organizations for community improvement projects to be completed in 2014. The Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement Partnership Program consists of:

1) Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement $5,000 Grants: These grants will be awarded as a $4,500 check with a $500 follow up check to be awarded once project completion report is submitted and accepted.

2) Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement $10,000 Grants: These grants will be awarded as a $9,000 check with a $1,000 follow up check to be awarded once project completion report is submitted and accepted. 

3) Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement $20,000 Grants: These grants will be awarded as an $18,000 check with a $2,000 follow up check to be awarded once project completion report is submitted and accepted. 

These grant applications should reflect the need for a high impact project in your community and you are strongly encouraged to involve your local Lowe's stores and Lowe’s Heroes.

All projects must be completed by December 1, 2014 with project report submission to Keep America Beautiful by December 18, 2014. Recipients are encouraged to submit project completion reports before the deadline. 

In an effort to highlight ongoing grant projects and activities in real time through social media and other channels, recipients will be required to submit timely project updates as well as a final project wrap up report.

  Project Description (Maximum - One-page, two-sided): •Please re-iterate the grant dollar amount you are applying for and provide a brief (one to two sentences) overview of the project. •What are the specific goals and objectives of this project/program? •How will your project/program address specific community needs? •What's the anticipated community impact that will result from this grant funding? •Detail your project/program budget including a description of how grant funds will be spent. •Detail your plans for sustainability. •Provide your plan for reaching out to local media and promoting the project through social media. 
 Special consideration will be given to applicants that:
-  Involve local Lowe’s Heroes in their projects. 
-  Describe how your approach is innovative and creative in addressing the expressed community need.
-  Describe how are other partners such as neighborhood, civic, trade or government groups, businesses as well as schools and youth groups will be involved and how their funding is being used? (Whether a direct contribution or in-kind.)  

If you have a community project that might qualify, please contact me for more information.  The deadline is June 25, 2014.

Thank you,   

Linda Behrns Executive Director Keep Cass County Beautiful 513 Vine St Louisville, NE 68037 402-234-6775This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Old Avoca Schoolhouse, in Avoca, Nebraska, is offering a TWIN FIDDLING WORKSHOP, on Saturday, August 2, from 10 AM - 12 Noon, in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse. This workshop, led by championship fiddler and author, Deborah Greenblatt,  is perfect for fiddlers who want to learn to play duets with other fiddlers.  Students of all ages will learn how to construct their own harmony parts by ear, and by writing the notes down in standard notation.  Tunes will range in difficulty from easy to intermediate.  Fiddle tunes from many traditions will be explored, including Irish, Swedish, Klezmer, Cajun, Scottish, etc.

Enrollment is limited to 10 fiddlers, and pre-registration is required.  To sign up, or to ask questions, e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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  2014-03-19 CONSTRUCTION

Starting the week of March 31, if you plan to drive on Highway 75 between Union and Nebraska City, you will probably need to add at least a half hour to your trip.  

A six-mile stretch of highway south of the Union corner will be shut down until September while crews rebuild the road.   

 Either plan to detour west on Hwy 34 to Hwy 50, then south to Hwy 2, or go across the Plattsmouth toll bridge to I-29 and down the interstate.  

Plan accordingly, so you don't have to hurry!
 
BE SAFE AND THAT KEEPS OTHERS SAFE, TOO!

 


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