What is happening in Plattsmouth...
A Health Fair for Body, Mind, and Spirit!
Sponsored by Health & Healing Ministry.
April 30, 2011 ~ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
First Lutheran Church
1025 Ave D
- A Health Fair for Plattsmouth and the surrounding communities to come and discover health related opportunities are in the area.
- Participate and receive health screening information particular to age group and gender.
- Health information and much more for Kids, Women, Men, Teens, and Seniors.
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Kidney Early Evaluation Program will be present and free to everyone with hypertenstion, diabeties, protein in the urine, or any early kidney disorder.
Tickets are still available to win this pretty "snazzy" looking motorcycle. To purchase tickets for the motorcycle raffle, please contact the Plattsmouth Main Street Association at 402-296-5544.
Adoption fees on all animals is $60, this includes spay/neuter and
vaccinations. Microchips are an additional $25 (well worth it)
Adult cats are a free adoption to Senior Citizens.
Community Lenten Pasta Dinners
Hosanna Lutheran Church
Friday April 15: Lasagna
Meal includes pasta (meat or meatless)
$3.00 10 and under
Ages 3 and under free
Hosanna Lutheran Church
700 South 18th Street
(Just west of Plattsmouth Middle School)
Plattsmouth Public Library
April's Children Programs
Please send your announcements to
What is happening elsewhere...
Plastic Bag Documentary Premiers On PBS During Earth Week
Earth Week starts April 17, 2011, and to get you in the spirit, PBS will air the national television premiere of the award-winning film Bag It, a touching and often funny documentary about how we use and abuse plastic.
To learn more, click on the "bag it" picture.
Edit: Checking our local listings, this was pointed out to me that it is not airing in our area. I wrote to PBS encouraging them to air it in the future. I also asked that they keep me in mind with dates and times. They are going to look into this for me. At which time I will pass the information around.
ALTHOUGH, they do have it available for purchase, or community events....
One more thing...
With Earth Week starting next week, and Earth Day on April 22nd I would like to extend a challenge to my readers. I would like for you guys to take a picture of how you are helping the Planet.
Here is a link to get you started. 50 ways to help the Planet. Be creative!
I'm excited to see the submissions!
Every day, thousands of babies are born too soon, too small and often very sick. Our team is walking in March for Babies because we want to do something about this. I know you care, too. That's why I'm asking you to join us. It's easy..use this link and sign up....
If you can't walk with us, please help by donating to our team. You can do so right on this page. Thank you for helping us give all babies a healthy start!
The mission of March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
May 1, 2011 - Mahoney State Park
Walk Distance: 3 miles
Registration Time: 9:00 AM
Start Time: 10:00 AM
Click on the link below to sign up!
Looking for walkers!!! Or sponsors!
There will be free admission to the park, free parking, free breakfast (Krispy Kreme & Starbucks) and lunch and for the kiddos there is a big top tent full of carnival games to play, the entertainment after the walk will be the String Beans Band (kids band). The lunch being provided I have been told is Arby's, also Blue Bunny will be there with ice cream for a cool treat and that is just a start.
Dannielle was born at 28 weeks...she weighed 1lb 13oz and 14" long. Today Dannielle weighs 13lbs and 23" long. She has come along way thanks to the March of Dimes and their research.
Dannielle at Birth!
Dannielle at six months!
Jason, Teri & Dannielle McClun
Need a Daycation???
"Spring" Into the Valley Tour
April 29 - May 1
Take a Springtime tour of the Scenic Weeping Water Valley during our "Spring" Into the Valley promotion! Many of our 19 member businesses and attractions will be hosting special events, offering discounts, holding drawings or giving out free goodies. Stop by www.VisittheValley.org for a complete listing of locations and specials.
Pick up a passport from any participating member, obtain five or more stamps by visiting other businesss throughout the weekend, then turn your passport in at Plantman Nursery for a FREE four-pack of annuals.
See you soon in the Valley!
The Lofte Community Theatre will be holding auditions for its summer musical, "Annie" at 2pm and 7pm on Sunday, May 8, and 7pm on Monday, May 9. There are six roles available for girls ages 7-13. It is suggested that children come to the Sunday afternoon audition session. There are roles for eight men and eight women of various ages. A complete cast list can be found on the Lofte website, www.Lofte.com.
The production will be directed by Kevin Colbert. Those who audition should bring a prepared song of no more than one minute in length. An accompanist is provided. Dress comfortably and wear appropriate shoes for dancing. If necessary, callbacks will be held between May 10 and May 12. Rehearsals will begin as early as June 6. Production dates for the play are July 22-August 7.
Community Sustaining Sponsors 2011