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Tree Planting Marks Start of Antelope Valley Project Construction
Mayor Wesely, Chancellor Harvey Perlmen and General Manager, Glenn Johnson dig the first holes Planting an oak tree to mark the beginning of construction of the Antelope Valley Project are Glenn Johnson, General Manager of the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District, Mayor Wesely and UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman.
Grant awarded to make Ager Junior Golf Course Accessible to Disabled
Mayor Wesely accepts check from Laura Saf Mayor Don Wesely accepts a $50,000 check from United States Women's Golf Association Committee member Laura Saf at a June 27 news conference at the Jim Ager Memorial Junior Golf Course. The grant will support the city's effort to make the Ager Junior Golf Course in Antelope Park more assessible to those with disabilities. Using grant and matching funds, the city will buy two single-rider golf carts, demonstrated here by Shelly Powell, for use by those with disabilities.
NAGE joins Firefighters Association in agreeing to changes
Mayor Wesely and NAGE President announce agreement to reduce personnel costs Mayor Wesely and NAGE President Jeff Stump announce agreement to reduce personnel costs.
Skatepark at Tierra Dedicated
USDA Recognizes Lincoln's Summer Food Program
Mayor Announces Summer Food Project Mayor Don Wesely is joined by Nebraska Department of Education Commissioner Doug Christensen, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Director Bruce Dart and others as they celebrate the kick-off of the Summer Food Service Program for Youth at the "F" Street Rec Center on June 18. The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department partners with the Food and Nutrition Service of the Nebraska Department of Education to offer the program.
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