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 VILLAGE OFFICE, GREENWOOD PARK AND OUR PUBLIC  BUILDINGS

AT THIS TIME THE VILLAGE OFFICE IS STILL CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC BUT A PHONE CALL TO THE VILLAGE CLERK AT 402-789-2300 IS AVAILABLE TO HELP.  THE PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND GAZEBO ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC AS CLEANING OF THESE ITEMS ARE NOT DONE AND IF YOU FEEL YOU NEED TO USE THEM IT WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE PARK ITSELF IS OPEN TO WALK AROUND AND USE THE PICNIC AREA WITH THE SOCIAL DISTANCE RULES.

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More than 1,200 students made the Wayne State College dean's list for Spring 2020.

Wayne State College included more than 1,200 students on the dean's list for exemplary academic achievement during the past semester.

Congratulations to
Emily Hein, Greenwood, NE 
 
Well done!!
 
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GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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 THE GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN CHURCH HAS RESUMED REGULAR CHURCH SERVICE ON SUNDAYS AT 10 AM.

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WE ARE NOW OPEN TO DINE IN AS WELL AS TAKE OUT ORDERS.  THE STATE HAS ALLOWED US TO OPEN THE BAR AS A BAR WITH ALL THE STATE REGULATIONS..

. WE CAN ONLY HAVE 50% CAPACITY SO ONLY 50 PEOPLE WILL BE ALLOWED AT ONE TIME AND WE HAVE OUR TABLES SET UP TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS WITH SANITIZERS STATIONS AROUND THE BUILDING. GROUPS OF PEOPLE CAN ONLY BE 6 AT THE MOST. NO TABLES WILL BE ALLOWED TO BE MOVED TOGETHER. 

THE HOURS FOR NOW WILL BE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 11AM TO 9 PM

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 AM TO 10 PM AND SUNDAYS 12 PM TO 8 PM.

WE  WE HAVE A FULL MENU UNTIL WE RUN OUT OF CERTAIN THINGS BUT ASK ANYWAY...OUR PHONE NUMBER IS 402 817 2640 AND PLEASE BE PATIENT IF IT IS BUSY AND CALL AGAIN...AND CANNOT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR PATRONIZING US SO THAT WHEN THIS IS OVER WE ARE STILL IN THE GAME.

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WE CANT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR PATRONIZING US AND THUS ALLOWING US TO STAY OPEN...YOU CAN NOW ORDER  TO GO DRINKS WITH YOUR ORDERS WITH A LID BUT NOT TO BE DRANK UNTIL YOU GET HOME. AGAIN THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN REMAIN OPEN.

ALWAYS ASK WHAT THE SPECIAL IS FOR THE EVENING AS THEY MIGHT CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE!!!     AGAIN THE PHONE NUMBER IS 1-420-817-2640.We still have nightly specials

WEDNESDAY'S
SPAGHETTI WITH SIDE SALAD 8.49

THURSDAY'S
4 PEICE FRIED CHICKEN DINNER
MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY
CORN AND SIDE SALAD 10.00

FRIDAY'S
CAJUN OR REGULAR 4 PEICE CATFISH BASKET WITH SIDE COLESLAW ROLL & BUTTER 10.00
OR
BAKED FISH WITH RICE AND MIXED VEGGIES
10.00
8OZ TOP SIRLOIN BAKED POTATO SALAD ROLL & BUTTER 14.00

SATURDAY'S
10OZ PRIME RIB 17.00
OR
14OZ PRIME RIB 21.00
OR 8 PEICE FANTAIL SHRIMP 9.50
ALL SERVED WITH POTATOES SIDE SALAD ROLL & BUTTER

SUNDAY'S
HARD OR SOFT TACOS 1.00 ADD TOMATOES AND ONIONS FOR .10CENTS
ALL DAY SUNDAY

PLEASE COME ENJOY A COLD DRINK AND SOME GREAT FOOD!!!
THANKS AGAIN!!!

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ASHLAND GREENWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL

TAKEN FROM THE ASHLAND GREENWOOD SCHOOL WEBSITE

Continued distribution of lunches for school children

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  Surrounding Area Events Spring

 

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Here are all of the currently planned outdoor events that will be
happening at The Lofte Community theatre.

- June 19: Big Canvas Comedy - Laughter in the Parking Lot! Show
starts at 7:30PM PM. $40 per vehicle
- June 27: An Evening with Kaylyn Sahs – Live Music. Kaylyn is a pop
country singer/songwriter from Omaha! Show starts at 7:30 PM. $50 Per
Vehicle
- July 3: Jimmy Weber – Live Music. Join us for a memorable evening of
story and song. Show starts at 7:30 PM. $50 Per Vehicle
- July 10 & 11: Barn Brilliance - The Lofte Talent Show. Show starts
at 7:30 PM. $40 Per Vehicle

   

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EAGLE FARMERS MARKET

  Eagle Farmers Market opens May 28th at 4pm to 6:30pm at 5th and hwy 34. It is every Thursday thru Sept 3. Anyone wishing to set up a booth for a month or more can contact Trisha. Stop by the market or look for our facebook page or postings on Eagle Echo.

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CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER

211 Main St.
Louisville, NE
68037
 
Are you anxious to get back to some good ol' country music!  We sure are!
 
We know you want to be safe and others do. too.  Not only yourself, but also for others, please be aware that social-distancing and wearing of masks will be MANDATORY in our small theater for the time-being.  Thank you for understanding.
 
 
Saturday, June 27, 7:30 p.m., The Almost Good band, $4 Admission
 
Free admittance for kids under 13.
 
For more information, call 800-480-8797, ext. 211, and leave a message or email cornhuskercountrymusic@gmail.com.
 

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Nebraska Cases by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) >>

June 1st Statewide Sports Reopening Guidelines >>

 
 

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Updates from the Legislature merged 1

 Nebraska Phase 2 Health Guidelines starting June 1, 2020

I want to thank everyone for their cooperation during this difficult time with Coronavirus in our state and nation. On May 21st, Governor Ricketts outlined relaxed restrictions starting June 1st for most of Nebraska. The exceptions are the counties of Hall, Hamilton, Merrick, and Dakota. A summary of the high points follows:

Limited contact team sports, including baseball, softball, volleyball, and rodeo may begin practices on June 1st, and begin competitions on June 18,, 2020.

Bars and Restaurants may open at 50% of rated capacity, with appropriate group size and group spacing.

General gatherings are limited to the greater of 25 people or 25% of rated capacity, with larger venues submitting reopening plans to local health departments for approval. Our local health department is Sarpy/Cass Health, at 701 Olson Dr #101, Papillion, NE 68046, 402-339-4334.

Gyms, Fitness Centers, Salons, Barber Shops, Massage Therapy, Tattoo Parlors, Wedding and Funeral Reception venues may hold the greater of 25 people or 50% of their rated capacity. Six-foot social distancing and other specific requirements apply to each of these venues.

Summer is the season for parades in Cass and Sarpy County. Unfortunately, parades where the public line the streets are prohibited through at least June 30th, and perhaps longer. Parades where patrons remain in vehicles and the public does not line the streets are allowed.

State park camping season has begun. However, through June 30th, the largest state parks, including Louisville SRA, allow RV-only camping by reservation only. Other state parks will allow first-come-first-serve tent camping with groups of no larger than 8 spaced 25 feet apart. Beaches and park showers will be closed. For more specific information, please visit outdoornebraska.gov.

To learn more about these Phase 2 restrictions as they apply to your specific interest, please visit dhhs.ne.gov click on the “LEARN” link and then “Directed Health Measures” to access Phase 2 Outline of Changes. The Directed Health Measure (DHM) documents for each county are also available on this page. Visit nema.nebraska.gov/news for broader statewide information and updates.

If you think you need a COVID-19 test or just want to participate, go to TestNebraska.com for a survey. Health officials will contact you if testing needs to occur. The survey only takes a couple of minutes and is used for test site planning purposes.

Please consider helping area food pantries that are under pressure to provide food for those in need. The number one item in demand is milk but some pantries do not have the needed refrigeration capacity for perishables. The Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (AFAN) created a fund that will give $4,000 to a local pantry for the purchase of additional refrigeration space. If you are interested in contributing or know a local food pantry who would like t

 

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