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WooHoo.... its officially First Day of Summer!!!
Happy Summer everyone!!! :)

Hope all you dads out there had an Awesome Father's Day!
And to all the ones in Heaven..... Thank you for being such wonderful fathers!
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What's happening in Nehawka

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Come on in.... Daily Specials... Great service... Awesome Food!

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5th Annual 4th of July Celebration!

· Hosted by Teara Adams and Ryan Adams
Ryan and I will be hosting our 4th of July celebration on Saturday, July 1, 2017.

Please come prepared to participate in some or all of the activities we will have available which includes:

Slip n slide
Back yard games
Kiddy fireworks
Bounce house
Fire work display

Please bring the following to help with the event:...

Side dish (side or dessert)
Swim suit
Change of clothes
Lawn chairs

And last but not least a donation to help pay for the amazing firework show! The cost for us to host this event continues to increase each year so we need your support!

****We will not be responsible for accident or injuries****



Local Specials & Sales

Our Monday Special has improved and now you can get one of our mouth watering burgers
and get the second one 1/2 off.



DJ DugoutDJ's Dugout Sports Bar

$3 Off all Burgers on Mondays!

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What's happening out and about.......



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The next Food Distribution - 15 July 2017






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JULY 4, 2017

7 - 11 am




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Click on the flier below for rules, regulations and waiver!

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Job Opportunities

-LOUISVILLE CARE CENTER has current opportunities for you!!! •FT and PT RN/LPN ($1500 Hire on BONUS!!!) •FT and PT CNA and Medication Aide ($1000 Hire on BONUS!!!)  •FT Restorative Nurse Manager. We offer a full benefit package. EOE. Call us at 402-234-2125  APPLY ONLINE at  Visit us at 410 West 5th Street or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Immediate Openings at our

Assisted Living/Nursing Care Facility

for caring, devoted individuals.

We offer competitive wages & excellent benefits!

FT LPN/RN Charge Nurse (6 pm – 6 am)

FT CNA’s (2pm–10pm & 10pm-6am)

Weekends Only CNA’s  (All Shifts)

PT LPN/RN Charge Nurse (6 pm-6 am)

Call for an application to be mailed to you or

apply in person at

The Nebraska Masonic Home

1300 Avenue D

Plattsmouth, NE 68048

(402) 296-7300

Application also on-line at

EOE **Must pass pre-employment physical, drug test, & background checks.



-NOW HIRING: Mike Litke's Tree Service, entry level groundsman, 18yrs+, 
Murray. 402-676-8395




Recipe of the week...

Potato & Mint Pesto Pizza (Vegan)

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  • ¾ cup packed mint leaves
  • 4 scallions, thickly sliced
  • 2 medium garlic cloves
  • ½ teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
  • 6 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 tablespoons pinenuts, toasted
  • 2 small potato, peeled (whatever variety you like)
  • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • Best Ever Pizza Dough (No knead) recipe here
  1. In a food processor, combine all of the ingredients minus the potato
  2. Process until smooth. Season the pesto with salt and pepper
  3. Thinly slice the potatoes. Sauté them in the olive oil until tender. It doesn't take long, maybe 2 minutes on each side.
  4. Spread the pesto on your pizza base and lay the potatoes on top.
  5. Bake at 450oF (225oC) for roughly 10 minutes or until golden brown.
Refrigerate the mint pesto and store it for 8 weeks in the fridge

The pesto can also be used on pasta or mix it with soft, fresh goat cheese and spread it on crostini. Brush on lamb chops, chicken, fish, pork, seafood or vegetables after grilling, or serve alongside burgers, sausages or grilled bread.



Something a little Personal....


Storms shatter homes, down trees in Nebraska and Iowa
~Westport News~

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Residents in parts of eastern Nebraska and western Iowa were cleaning up Saturday after severe thunderstorms — some producing hurricane-force winds — shattered homes, tore down trees and left thousands without power.

The National Weather Service in Valley, just west of Omaha, said storms Friday night blasted Omaha and surrounding areas with heavy rain, hail and wind gusts of nearly 90 mph. The service has not confirmed any tornadoes with the storm, but has sent investigators to northeastern Nebraska and Bellevue, just south of Omaha, where the most damage was reported. No serious injuries were reported as of Saturday morning.

"Our office here in Valley recorded a gust up to 88 mph. That's hurricane force," said Weather Service meteorologist David Pearson. "We have unconfirmed reports of winds much higher. A lot of people with backyard equipment have reported winds around 100 mph."

Hurricane-force winds are those that exceed 74 mph.

Even sustained winds were high, registering around 60-70 mph, Pearson said.

Some homes in Bellevue were torn apart, and Offutt Air Force Base just south of the city requested that only essential personnel report to the base on Saturday as crews worked to clean up damaged homes and downed trees.

Omaha Public Power District, which serves Omaha and surrounding cities, reported more than 60,000 customers without power at the height of the storms. By midmorning Saturday, around 45,000 remained without power. Some smaller communities, like Louisville southwest of Omaha, were completely without power overnight.

MidAmerican Energy said more than 2,000 customers were still without power in Council Bluffs, Iowa, by midmorning Saturday.

Many roads in Cass County and streets in the city of Plattsmouth, south of Omaha, were impassable because of downed trees and power poles. The American Red Cross opened a shelter in the high school at Plattsmouth for families affected in southeastern Nebraska.

South of Lincoln, Beatrice saw damage to buildings on its west side. Radio station KWBE reported that the Homestead National Monument of America suffered damage to its education center grounds, with several large trees snapped and a radio tower bent over the top of one of the center's buildings.

The storm also forced the cancellation of the opening ceremonies Friday night of the College World Series in downtown Omaha.

A chance of scattered thunderstorms in the region was possible Saturday, Pearson said, but a respite from severe weather will be seen for at least the next week, which is expected to produce only sunny skies.


~Prayers to all involved!!!~



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