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Whats For Lunch?

Fairbury Jefferson and Central

Elementary Schools

Thursday, Apr. 17: BBQ OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN W/ WG BREAD; PBJ sandwich , chef salad, hash brown casserole and cherry crisp.

Friday, Apr. 18: NO SCHOOL.

Monday, Apr. 21: NO SCHOOL.

Tuesday, Apr. 22: BBQ PORK ON WG BUN; Chicken salad sandwich,chef salad and tater tots.

Wednesday, Apr. 23: CHICKEN ALFREDO W/ROTINI AND WG BREADSTICK; Turkey sandwich, chef salad and green peas.

Fairbury High School

Thursday, Apr. 17: BBQ OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN W/ WG BREAD; Hamburger on WG bun, hash brown casserole and cherry crisp.

Friday, Apr. 18: NO SCHOOL.

Monday, Apr. 21: NO SCHOOL.

Tuesday, Apr. 22: BBQ PORK ON WG BUN; Chicken wrap and tater tots.

Wednesday, Apr. 23: CHICKEN ALFREDO W/ROTINI AND WG BREADSTICK; Jeff rib on WG bun and green peas.

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Meridian students spend a morning doing random acts of kindness as a continuation of the 40 developmental assets training.

The Meridian 5th and 6th graders on Wednesday, April 9th, spent the morning performing Random Acts of Kindness in Fairbury. The class started out at Wal-Mart by watering flowers, picking up trash, and helping customers unload their bags into their vehicles. Then the class went to downtown Fairbury to pick up trash and deliver baked goods to local businesses. At both locations, the Meridian students put motivational messages on the windshields of vehicles to brighten the day of community members.

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SCC Auto Collision Repair student receives scholarship

Suzanna Hernandez, a fourth-quarter student in Southeast Community Colleges Auto Collision Repair Technology program, is the recipient of a scholarship from the Womens Industry Network.

Hernandez, a graduate of Lincoln High School, will receive a $1,000 scholarship to continue her education in collision repair, a one-year WIN membership, plus waived registration fees and travel expenses to attend the 2014 Educational Conference being held May 5-7 at Paradise Point in San Diego, Calif. She also will have the opportunity to be mentored by winners of the 2014 Most Influential Women awards being presented at the conference.

When I learned that I was one of the five women in the nation to receive this scholarship, I was absolutely ecstatic, Hernandez said. I am very grateful.

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LaRae Vawser

LaRae Vawser

LaRae Vawser is turning 80 on April 21. Her family would like to honor her with a card shower. Cards may be sent to 1515 B Street, Fairbury, NE 68352

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Rogene A. (Kleine) Harms

Rogene A. (Kleine) Harms

Rogene A. (Kleine) Harms will be celebrating her 85th birthday May 9. A card shower is being planned by her family and cards may be sent to 2831 South 79th Street, Lincoln, NE 68506.

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Konetzki and Iniguez To Recite Vows April 28

Jamie Konetzki, daughter of Anna and Mark Konetzki from Las Vegas, Nev. is happy to announce her engagement to Maria Iniguez, daughter of Melissa Creekbaum of Fairbury, and Manuel Iniguez Sanchez of Jalisco, Mexico.

Konetzki and Iniguez have set their wedding date for April 28, 2014.

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Plymouth News -- Angie Zulauf

St. Pauls Lutheran of Plymouth Science, Arts and Crafts Fair Ribbon Winners at NELHS on March 22

Spelling

Andrea Bortulin (4th Grade) First Place

Noah Worster (7th Grade) First Place

Anna Schmidt (5th Grade) Second Place

Emma Bortulin (3rd Grade) Third Place

Declamations

Andrea Bortulin (4th Grade) First Place

Madelyn Plitzuweit (6th Grade) First Place

Amara Corwin (6th Grade) Second Place

Trevor Hueske (3rd Grade) Third Place

Science

Natalie Hueske (5th Grade) Third Place

Piano

Emma Bortulin (3rd Grade) First Place

Jaelynne Kosmos (3rd Grade) Second Place

Grace Plitzuweit (3rd Grade) First Place

Andrew Sasse (3rd Grade) Second Place

Andrea Bortulin (4th Grade) First Place

Mackenzie Riesen (4th Grade) First Place

Faith Jurgens (5th Grade) Second Place

Madelyn Plitzuweit (6th Grade) First Place

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Narka News

Narka News

Kathleen Marisek, Bill and Lorene Holloway, Melvin and Estel Edwards, and Betty Edwards accompanied Pastor Phil Goombi to Long Term Care and Belleville Health Care to assist Pastor Phil with his Sunday afternoon service for the residents.

Kitty Edwards and Betty Edwards traveled to Barttlesville, OK, April 4th. Betty was a weekend guest of Betsy Friesen, while Kitty went on to Enid, OK for a weekend with her Sister Edna & Bill Kerns.

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The Steele City Campbell-Klein Legion Post and Auxiliary 349

The Steele City Campbell-Klein Legion Post and Auxiliary 349 came to order at 7 p.m. with President Berdine presiding. Chaplain Mary gave opening prayer. We stood in silence for our POWs and MIAs. We said the Pledge to the Flag and sang the Star Spangled Banner. We repeated the Preamble. The Post went to their meeting and President Berdine opened the auxiliary meeting with six members and two guests answering roll call with: Have you ever been in a storm?

Mary gave the music report and we sang Showers of Blessings.

Secretary Zona read the previous minutes and they were approved. President Berdine read the treasurers report and it will be put on file.

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General Squires V.F.W. Auxiliary

General Squires V.F.W. Auxiliary #3113 came to order with Senior Vice Janice Slater presiding. Linda closed the doors and conductress Marge checked 11 member cards. Chaplin Linda gave opening prayer and patriotic instructor LaDonna gave the patriotic instruction. We said the pledge to the flag. Sr. Vice Janice opened the meeting. Previous minutes were read by Zona and approved. Treasurer Cynitha gave the treasurers report and it will be put on file.

Thank Yous were read from Wilton Thornbergs family, Arliss Browns family, and Bonnie Sydows family. Next month will be election for officers , local and district.

The next district meeting is Apr. 15. Deceased members need to be sent in for the memorial book at State Convention.

Penny wars will be held at State Convention. So bring your pennies to the District Convention.

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