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MSA Jeffs Spiritwear

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Jefferson County Historical Society

Visit These Museums Of Jefferson County:

Rock Island Depot

Railroad Museum, Fairbury

Historic Steele City, Livery Barn,

1882 Church, Bank,

1900s Blacksmith Shop, School

Historic Lime Kiln and W.C. Smith House

District 10 Pioneer School on the Oregon Trail

Watch For Details on these events:

Christmas at The Depot, Living History Weekends, Rock Island Rail Days, Annual Flea Market and Antique Machinery Show

For more information on historical

opportunities, contact The Jefferson County Historical Society,

402-729-5131

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Starr Buckow

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Diode Communications

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Jefferson Community Health Center

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Robert Schwisow

Robert Schwisow, 61, of DeWitt, Neb., died March 31, 2012 at BryanLGH Hospital in Lincoln.

Survivors include his wife, Colleen; son, Bradley Schwisow of Lincoln; granddaughter, Kachine Schwisow of Fairbury,; brother, Ken Schwisow of Fairbury.

Cremation has taken place. There will be a private family burial of ashes at a later date. Gerdes-Meyer Funeral Home, Fairbury, service.

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Brush Creek 4-H Club Helps With Easter Egg Hunt

The Brush Creek 4-H Club volunteered with the DeWitt Community Club at the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Brush Creek 4-Hers assisted by hiding eggs. 4-Hers also monitored the Egg Hunt at Rossiter Park where children 6 years of age and older were hunting for eggs.

After the Easter Egg Hunt the club held a meeting to discuss the QA classes required for the county fair, the food pantry community service, and the cupcake wars. If you wish to purchase a county fair t-shirt, you need to contact the extension office before May 15. The next meeting will be in April with Darci MeGee of LEAD giving a presentation. The Pesek family will be in charge of this meeting, on April 22nd at 6:00 at the Swanton Church.

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What's For Lunch?

Fairbury Jefferson and Central Elementary Schools

Thursday, April 5: BBQ pork on bun, hash brown casserole or chef salad. Chicken wrap pack. Yogurt pack.

Friday, April 6: No School.

Monday, April 9: No School.

Tuesday, April 10: Philly beef on bun, peppers and onions, tater tots or chef salad. Turkey sandwich pack. Cheese stick pack.

Wednesday, April 11: Cheeseburger pockets, cowboy beans or chef salad. Tuna sandwich pack. Cheese stick pack.

Meals served with fruit/ vegetable/bread bar and milk.

High School

Thursday, April 5: BBQ pork on bun, hash brown casserole.

Friday, April 6: No School.

Monday, April 9: No School.

Tuesday, April 10: Philly beef on bun, peppers and onions, tater tots .

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Fairbury FBLA Attends State Leadership Conference Trevor Bender Qualifies for Nationals

50 Fabulous Years! Nebraska FBLA celebrated its 50-year anniversary at the 2012 FBLA Nebraska State Leadership Conference held March 29-31 in Omaha. The annual conference provided competition in 62 events, leadership training, networking, and fun for members across the state. Fairbury FBLA's twenty qualifying members joined over 2500 Nebraska members and advisers to compete and celebrate another successful year in FBLA.

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Tri County State Speech Results

The Tri County Speech Team sent six students competing in seven events to the NSAA State Speech Championship in Kearney March 22.

Angie Bass just missed advancing to finals in Oral Interpretation of Poetry and ended the day with a 7th place finish. Bass also received 8th place in the Serious Interpretation of Prose competition with Megan Stokebrand close behind in 10th place.

Sara Grummert received 12th place in Informative Public Speaking. Others competing from Tri County were freshmen Riley Ensz in Humorous Prose, Megann Freese in Entertainment and Cody McCain in Extemporaneous. Mrs. Kelly Smith and Ms. Jenni Borer coach the Speech Team

A frustrating day of tough rounds and intense competition, the team should be proud of a job well done by all. There were 34 schools represented in the Class C-1 State Competition.

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