Newsletter

Plattsmouth is gearing up for the 77th annual Kass Kounty King Korn Karnival which starts Thursday, September 11, and ends Sunday, September 14.  This year’s theme of “One County, Many Dreams” kicks off on Thursday with the annual Korn Klub Koronation on Main Street of the King and Queen.

New this year to the festivities are Pro Wrestling by the Midwest Wrestling Association on Friday night, a street dance on Saturday night, a competition between local fire departments in the area on Saturday afternoon among other activities. Also, please remember the Friday night parade has been combined with the Saturday night parade for the first time.

There are literally activities for all ages including the kiddie parade which I have been lucky enough to walk in the last few years, the Stepping Saints and Condors Drill Teams from Omaha will be giving a special performance at 9:30 p.m. on Friday night on Main Street. They will then return for the grand parade on Saturday night.

Please note that the location changes of some of the events due to the community center closing. Terry Little’s popular annual Karnival Koffehouse will be in the Plattsmouth Public Library’s auditorium this year. Among the acts already lined up are Dorin and Novich, The Old Krusty Minstrels, Don Jacobson, Brian Wolfe, Steve Reed, and With the Spirit.  Please contact Terry at 296-4170, if you would like to be included so he can give you a time slot. (no walk-ins, please!) 

This is going to be an exciting year, please join in some or all of the activities and join us in celebrating Plattsmouth!

The full schedule is available at the Kass Kounty Korn Klub’s website, http://www.kingkornkarnival.com/ with more details and information about our annual festival.

The Plattsmouth Community Schools welcomed three new administrators to the system this school year.  Todd Halvorsen is the new middle school assistant principal, Kyle Black is the new assistant special education director, and Claude Michel is the new elementary school principal.   All three bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their positions.  We are glad to have you and hope you will enjoy Plattsmouth as your new home!

Church of the Holy Spirit in Plattsmouth will be the site of a stroke, vascular disease and heart rhythm screening on Monday, September 8.  Appointments are available beginning at 9:00 a.m.  Please call 1-800-643-6188 to pre register for a scheduled appointment or with questions about the screenings.

The first Inter Agency Meeting is on Thursday, September 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Police Chief Brian Paulsen will be the speaker about the Meth 360 program.  This a “brown bag lunch” program with drinks provided.  The meeting is held at the Plattsmouth Early Childhood Center, 902 Main Street in Plattsmouth.  Please contact Lee Ann Stander at 296-5250 for more information or to be added to their mailing list.

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The local MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) group is kicking off the year on Thursday, September 4, with a pizza dinner at 6:00 p.m. and the meeting at 6:30 p.m. The speaker will be Plattsmouth resident, Evis Zamora on motherhood. All mothers of children ages birth through 5 are welcome.  Childcare is provided. Come and be supported, encouraged, and uplifted by this wonderful group! Any questions, please call Cindy Good at 402-416-5741.

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Fall sports are kicking off including cross country, football, golf, and volleyball.  Schedules were printed in last week’s Plattsmouth Journal and are also available at the Plattsmouth Community Schools website.  So, get out your blue and white and show support for all of our Blue Devil athletes!