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Mayor Calls for more "Snow Buddies" To Volunteer
Randy Jones, director of the local Red Cross Chapter, shoveled his way to the new Eiseley Branch Library January 31 to remind people that "snowbuddies" are needed to volunteer to shovel sidewalks for those unable to do so. To sign up, call the Red Cross at 441-7997.
City Receives Grant for Community Learning Centers
Mayor at Elloitt School Mayor Wesely visited with students eating breakfast at Elliott Elementary School January 24. The before-school activity is part of the Community Learning Center (CLC) program at Elliott. The city has 13 CLCs and has just received a technical assistance grant to maintain them and to establish more programs.
Plans Announced for City's Second Abraham Lincoln Celebration
Mayor at Abe Lincoln's Birthday Celebration Mayor Wesely announced plans January 17 for the city's second annual Abraham Lincoln Celebration Sunday, February 10 at the Lied Center.
Mayor Wesely donates blood at the Community Blood Bank
Fire Chief Mike Spadt and Mayor Wesely announces Nebraska Task Force One After declaring January 2002 as National Volunteer Blood Donor Month, Mayor Wesely donated a pint of blood at the Community Blood Bank. Locally, 150 units are necessary every day to meet the demand. To make an appointment, call 474-1781.
Nebraska Task Force One Will Head to Olympics
Fire Chief Mike Spadt and Mayor Wesely announces Nebraska Task Force One Fire Chief Mike Spadt and Mayor Wesely announced January 4 that Nebraska Task Force One, based at the Lincoln Fire Department, will be in Salt Lake City, Utah February 10 through 17 to serve as emergency responders if needed at the 2002 Winter Olympics. All expenses will be covered by FEMA.
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