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Greetings! St. John the Baptist Catholic School has been a constant source of faith-centered education in the Plattsmouth area for 130 years. Through the efforts of parents, parishioners, and our generous community, an education at St. John the Baptist School has been made possible for generations of students since its inception in 1884.
 
Our largest fundraiser of the year, the Annual Spring Dinner Benefit, is fast approaching. This year’s theme is “All You Need is Love” and is scheduled for April 25, 2015 with social hour beginning at 5:15 and dinner at 6:45. The fun-filled event includes both a live and silent auction.

We would appreciate your support in helping us promote this event on community websites and newsletters. I've attached a digital file of the invite as well as another graphic (All You Need is Love Heart Icon) that may be easier to use digitally.

Tickets are $65 per person and can be purchased thru April 12. Anyone interested in purchasing tickets can do so by contacting one of our event co-chairs:
Deb Walton (402-660-8030)
Amber Shawhan (402-575-7707)

Thanks so much for your support and help in promoting our school's event. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me (or call my cell number also listed above). Event details can also be found in the attached pdf of the invitation  


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

RUMMAGE SALE

702 Main Street, Plattsmouth

16 April (Thursday) 9:00 to 5:30

17 April (Friday) 9:00 to 5:30

18 April (Saturday)9:00 to 12:00

Clothes, Costume Jewelry, Knick Knacks, Books, and more


Plattsmouth Garden Club Meeting

April 20, 2015 at First United Methodist Church, 702 Main Street, Plattsmouth.

Social time will start at 6:30 p.m. with lesson and business meeting to follow at 7:00 p.m.

Kris Thompson will provide a lesson on “Vertical Growing with Permanent Supports and Tomato Roller Hooks”.

The publicis invited to attend at no charge. Please join us.


 Recycle bin is emptied every other Thursday. The next time will be April 16.


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April 25th
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 Great American Cleanup
Keep Cass County Beautiful, an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, is announcing the launch of the 17th annual Great American Cleanup. Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup is the country’s largest community improvement program that kicks off each spring and engages more than 4 million volunteers in more than 20,000 communities nationwide. The emphasis of the GAC program is from March 1- May 31, but cleanups can occur anytime during the year.
 
In 2014, KCCB provided supplies for 11 clean-ups in the county. Thanks to the hard work of 170 adult and youth volunteers and 427 hours of labor, 129 large bags of trash were collected in Cass County along with painting projects, weed pulling, tree and flower plantings.
 
Keep Cass County Beautiful will again provide trash bags and loan banners, safety vests, gloves and some pick-up tools (while supplies last) for clean-up events. KCCB will partner with local school groups, scouts, civic and church organizations to plan volunteer events that include litter clean-ups, special recycling events, planting red flowers for a "Grow Big Red" garden, increased recycling collections, tree plantings, clothing collections, and more.
 
We appreciate your efforts to lead a Great American Cleanup last year and hope you will consider organizing another GAC this year. Please contact me soon if you would like to reserve a supply of garbage bags, gloves, etc. If you are no longer the contact person for this information, please notify me.
 
Thank you for all you do to keep Cass County beautiful!

Aldrich Spring


Opening at Cass County Veterans Service Committee

The Cass County Veterans Service Committee has an immediate opening for a committee member.  Qualifications include having “served on active duty in one of the branches of the armed forces of the United States and have been discharged with a characterization of honorable as provided in revised State Statute 80-401.01.”  Committee members must be residents of the State of Nebraska for five continuous years prior to assuming a committee appointment and must be a resident of Cass County.   In order to maintain representation from throughout the county, preference will be given to veterans from the western portion of Cass County.

Eligible veterans with a desire to serve their fellow veterans in this volunteer capacity or have additional questions, please contact and/or submit qualifications to Bonnie Brewer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or call (402) 994-5315.

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DEADLINE: APRIL 13, 2015

This grant is open to KAB affiliates and partner state recycling organizations only.

KAB is thrilled to announce the launch of the 2015 KAB/Lowe’s Community Improvement Grants! This program will award $675,000 in grants to KAB Affiliates and State Recycling Organizations for community improvement projects to be completed in 2015. Projects may range from restoring a neighborhood park to planting community gardens to leading disaster restoration to large-scale cleanups.

The Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement Partnership Program consists of:

1) $5,000 Grants

2) $10,000 Grants

3) $20,000 Grants

Keep Cass County Beautiful may apply for ONE grant in each category. 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, 2015.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ASAP if you have a potential project. Your application must be submitted to Keep Cass County Beautiful by April 12, 2015.


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