Flamingo Fundraiser for Relay For Life
Monday, 20 May 2013 06:33
As part of the Relay For Life in Cherry County, the First Class Walkers team, will be conducting a Flamingo fundraiser right up to the night of Relay on June 22nd.
When the pink birds show up in your yard you have three options
1. for $15.00 they will remove flock immediately and you get to chose whose yard you would like them moved to.
2. for $10.00 they will remove them that day, but we will choose the next landing spot.
3. Do nothing and the birds will migrate from your yard in two days.
If you choose option 1 or 2 they guarantee that the flock will not end up in your yard again.
The instructions will be posted on your front door when the birds are placed in your yard, if you call Kim Hamling you can discuss how to make payment. If you have a yard you would like to have the birds land in, give Kim a call @ 402-376-1017, you don't have to wait for them to show up in your yard!
Gas Prices Continue to Rise
Friday, 17 May 2013 09:05
After further investigation of the sky rocketing price of fuel in the area, it appears that refineries are only operating at 79% of capacity which is below normal levels for this time of the year. According to local sources, prices at the terminals, where local stations pick up fuel, the price has gone up about 40 to 45 cents per gallon in six days. It appears that the major oil companies could be inflating prices by controlling supplies. There have been no reports of shortages of fuel, but prices continue to rise. Citizens are encouraged to contact national elected officials such as Senators Deb Fischer and Mike Johans to ask for some federal involvement. Phone number for Deb Fischer is 202-224-6551. Senator Johanns number is 202-224-4224. Both can also be reached by email through their web sites . Congressman Adrian Smith’s contact number is 202-225-6435.