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StarTran Expansion Project Completed
Mayor Wesely cuts ribbon for StarTran expansion Mayor Wesely, U.S. Representative Doug Bereuter and other officials cut a ribbon December 27 to celebrate the completion of a $1.25 million expansion of the bus maintenance and operations facility at StarTran.
Mayor Presents Badges to New Fire Fighters
Mayor Wesely & Chief Spadt presents badges Mayor Wesely and Fire Chief Mike Spadt presented badges December 27 to four new members of the Lincoln Fire Department, one of only 30 accredited fire departments in the world. From left are Chief Spadt, Michael Cox, Marty Moon, Nancy Engelbrecht, Sten Ulrich and Mayor Wesely.
Peter Pan Skate Park Dedicated
Mayor Wesely supports new skate park Mayor Wesely and supporters of Lincoln's new skate park cut a ribbon December 28 to dedicate the new facility at Peter Pan Park. Donations for a second facility for skateboarders and in-line skaters at Tierra Park can be sent to the Parks and Recreation Foundation, 2740 "A" Street, 68502.
Just in Time For the Rose Bowl!
Mayor Wesely presents Husker sweatshirt to Nursing Home resident Mayor Don Wesely (left) presents Lancaster Manor resident Stan Parr with a Nebraska Cornhuskers sweatshirt as part of the 2001 Aging Services "Trees of Love" program. Parr was one of over 1,100 nursing home residents to receive gifts from caring community members during this yearís annual Aging Services holiday program.
"Star City Parade Great Succes"
Mayor Wesely and Family at Star City Parade More than 70,000 lined O Street Saturday for the 17th annual Star City Holiday Parade. Mayor Don Wesely and members of his family -- wife, Dr. Ann Mari May, and children Andrew and Amanda - rode in a festive carriage. A new feature to the parade this year was the "Big Horn," a 27 foot, nine ton float that had bells, horns, whistles and sirens that could be heard for miles. It is a great tradition that kicks off the holiday season for Lincoln and surrounding areas.

Parade winners included: Mayorís Choice award went to Nebraska City float of the Olympic Torch Relay; Best Unique Vehicle award went to the Nebraska Corvette Assoc.; Childrenís Choice award went to Christmas Story in Motion; The Costume award went to Alltelís Toy Soldier; Earl Green Award to Papillion-LaVista; Spirit Award to Club Kicks; Walking Unit Award to the Trash Can Band; Marching Band A to Deshler High School Band; Marching Band B to Bancroft-Rosalie High School Band; Balloon Handlers award to The Grinch Experience; and Animal Unit to Greater Lincoln Obedience Squad & Golden Retriever Rescue of Neb

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