The Plattsmouth Community Center would like to announce the following program fro children ages 3-5:
- Boogie woogie: this class is to help your toddler develop motor skills, rhythm, song and beginning social skills. There is also gym activities involved. Class meets T & Th 10:30-11:30 am for seven weeks.
- Fitness fun: Children will be playing in the gym working on motor skills. The children will play age appropriate games and learn to play with others. The class will meet T & Th 11-12 pmfor seven weeks.
- Play-N-Wave: Children must be potty trained for this class. Half the class is spent in the gym and the other half is spent in the water. This class will meet M/W/F 9-10:30am for seven weeks
For more information call Becky at 402-306-9629
February 12: Boys JV Basket Ball @ Boys Town 5:45 PM
Boys Varsity Basket Ball @ Boys Town 7:30 PM
February 13: Red Cross Blood Drive Plattsmouth High School 6:00 AM
February 14: Boys JV/Varsity Wrestling – State Tournament
Show Choir at UNO 6:00 PM
Girls JV Basketball vs. Omaha Mercy High School 6:00 PM
Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Omaha Mercy High School 7:30 PM
February 15: Boys JV/Varsity Wrestling – State Tournament
Boys JV Basketball vs. Omaha Gross High School 6:00 PM
Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Omaha Gross High School 7:45 PM
February 16: Boys JV/Varsity Wrestling – State Tournament
EMC Speech Meet at Gretna 8:00 AM
Boys JV Basketball at Omaha Roncalli High School 3:30 PM
Boys Varsity Basketball at Omaha Roncalli High School 5:00 PM
February 19: Girls Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament at Westside
February 21: Girls Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament at TBA
February 22: Girls Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament at TBA
February 23: Boys Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament at TBA
State Cheerleading at Grand Island 8:00 AM
Plattsmouth Speech Invitational 8:00 AM
February 24: JROTC Drill Meet at UNO
February 25: Boys Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament
February 26: Boys Varsity Basketball B-2 District Tournament
February 28: Girls Varity State Tournament
February 29: Annual Mr. PHS Contest 7:00 PM
The Friends of the Plattsmouth Public Library will be sponsoring their popular monthly Soup Luncheons with the next one being on Thursday, February 14, 2008 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Choose from Italian sausage or broccoli cheese soup for just $5.00 per person. Your meal also includes bread, crackers, choice of desserts, and beverage. Proceeds benefit the many children’s programs at the Library including the Summer Reading Program, Halloween Spooky Story Time, Holiday Party, and other monthly programs at the Library.
The Plattsmouth Public Library would like to announce that they are holding an Xbox360 Tournament on February 23, 2008. The games featured include: Halo 3, Guitar Hero III, Call of Duty 3, Crimson Skies and many more. The tournament will start at 10 a.m., cost is five dollars, which includes lunch. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required, so sign up today!
Plattsmouth Public High School will be hosting its annual Mr. PHS contest on the 29th of February. The theme of this years contest is Southern Reflections. Last year the contest awarded over $1,500 in scholarships and $800 in prizes.
The Plattsmouth Public Library would like to announce that they will be holding an Open Mike Night on Thursday, March 14, 2008 at 7:30 pm. More details to be forth coming soon.
The Plattsmouth Chamber of Commerce elected five new board members in December who will be sworn in at the Chamber’s annual banquet later this month. The new members are: Patty Scarlett of CBS Home Real Estate, Jim Row of the Plattsmouth Journal, LeRoy Bower of Antiques Off Main, Dr. Julie Howard of Life Arts & Howard Chiropractic, and Wendy Allen of Groomindales and Bark Ave. Boarding. Brian Harvey of Fusselman-Wymore Funeral Home, the 2007 President, will remain on as past president.
The Local WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) program on the 17th at the elementary school was huge success. Over 580 Dads, uncles grandfathers and other male father figures showed up to volunteer their time.
The Plattsmouth City Council will form a special committee to investigate the Plattsmouth Concealed Carry Ordinance. Currently, only police officers are permitted to carry concealed weapons inside city limits.