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Sep

Selectel Ribbon Cutting


Selectel hosted their official ribbon cutting on September 4 at their location 415 Fifth Street. Pictured above are Sara Bundy, Brooke Schwab, Sharon Priefert, Selectel owner Andrew Jensen, Selectel employee Jodie Rowe, Selectel Manager Steph Andersen and Julie Ondrak. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News
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Sep

School Menu for Sept. 11 - Sept. 17

Fairbury Jefferson and Central 
Elementary Schools
Thursday, Sept. 11: MACHO NACHO; Chicken wrap and refried beans.
Friday, Sept. 12: CHICKEN ALFREDO W/ROTINI, BREAD STICK; Tuna salad on bun and green peas.
Monday, Sept. 15: TACO FLAT BREAD; Chicken salad on bun and refried beans.
Tuesday, Sept. 16: CHICKEN STRIPS, HMD BREAD; Turkey/cheese flatbread, broccoli and cheese.
Wednesday, Sept. 17: PIZZA HUT SAUSAGE PIZZA, STFD CRUST PEPPERONI PIZZA;  Tuna salad on bun and cherry crisp.
 
High School
Thursday, Sept. 11: MACHO NACHO; Meatballs and refried beans.
Friday, Sept. 12: CHICKEN ALFREDO W/ROTINI, BREAD STICK; Roasted chicken sandwich and green peas.
Monday, Sept. 15: TACO FLAT BREAD; Cheeseburger on bun and Refried beans.
Tuesday, Sept. 16:  CHICKEN STRIPS, HMD BREAD; Jeff rib/WG bun, broccoli and cheese.
Wed
10
Sep

Jefferson Playground Project On Its Way To Completion

The Fairbury PTA has been working over the last year to improve the condition of the Jefferson Intermediate School Playground.  They have worked with planners to develop a more interactive playground for the students at Jefferson Intermediate.
The playground equipment that is there is outdated and the PTA has set the objective to bring in new playground equipment that will be of more interest  to the students.  Updating Jefferson’s playground area has been a PTA objective and they have been working with Outdoor Recreation,Inc.
Wed
10
Sep

Caregiving for Those With Alzheimer’s Highly Stressful

Caregiving for a loved one can be a stressful situation.  Caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia is one of the highest stress situations according to the Alzheimer’s Association.
There are 10 major symptoms of stress that the Alzheimer’s Association cautions caregivers to be aware of and take steps to manage the stress.
One of the first stress symptoms is denial of the effect of the disease on the person.  Thoughts like “I know Mom is going to get better” is a good example.  There is also anger.  Anger that there is no cure or anger at the person with the disease who doesn't understand what is happening or simply is repeating a familiar phrase or activity over and over.
Wed
10
Sep

Meints and Rahe To Wed In October

Greg and Teri Meints of Plymouth, Nebraska and James and Deanna Rahe of Greenleaf, Kansas are happy to announce the engagement of their children, Shelby Meints and Clayton Rahe.
Shelby graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in December of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Science. She is currently employed at Central Valley Ag in Greenleaf, Kansas.
Clayton graduated from Southeast Community College with a degree in Diversified Agriculture. He is currently employed at D & S Cattle in Barnes, Kansas and works on the family farm with his father. 
The couple will be married on October 25, 2014 at Peace Lutheran Church near Plymouth, Nebraska. The couple will reside on the family farm near Greenleaf, Kansas. 
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10
Sep

Regier and Gunther To Exchange Vows in October

Natalie Regier of Lincoln and Brandon Gunther of Martell will exchange vows at Grace Chapel in Lincoln on Oct. 3,2014.
Parents are Ron and Lorie Regier of Madrid Nebraska and Henry and Jan Gunther of Diller Nebraska.
Natalie is a graduate of Tabor College and is a Salesforce Administrator and Value Manager at Talent Plus in Lincoln. Brandon is a graduate of UNL and is Safety Director at Gana Trucking and Excavation of Martell.
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10
Sep

Onnen and Barrows to Recite Vows on September 13

Onnen and Barrows to Recite
 Vows on September 13
 
Neal and Kay Onnen of Fairbury, Nebraska and Andrew and Lorraine Barrows of Wenatchee, Washington are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Laura Onnen and James Barrows.
Laura is a 2014 graduate of Chadron State College with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Applied Statistics. She is continuing her education and will also graduate with her Bachelor of Science in Education with an endorsement in 7-12 Mathematics in May of 2015.
James is a Cadet in the US Army ROTC at Chadron State College and will graduate in May of 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Military Science Leadership. Upon graduation he will commission as an officer in the US Army.
The couple will be united in marriage on September 13, 2014 at Grace Lutheran Church in Fairbury.
Wed
10
Sep

Chalk Walk


Fairbury High School students from Mrs. Schouboe’s art class had a hand in preparing for First Friday Art Walk in September as they decorated different sections of the sidewalk for their portion of the chalk walk, Friday, September 5. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News
Wed
10
Sep

Fairbury Museum Car Show

Fairbury City Museum 
Fairbury City Museum 3rd Annual Car Show will be held Sept. 21st, 2014 from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Free will donation lunch, music, cars and lots of fun. 
Date: 
Sunday, September 21, 2014 - 12:30pm
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10
Sep

JC American Legion

Jefferson County American Legion meeting will be held in Steele City on September 14, 2014 at 2:00 P.M. 
 
Date: 
Sunday, September 14, 2014 - 12:30pm

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