Saturday, February 7, 2009

Mudjacking corrects problem

According to Village Maintenance Supervisor the engineers and architects of the pool design approved the mudjacking efforts used to straighten the poured pit walls that had tilted once their forms were removed (for more information read the Notes from the Village on the sidebar). Their all day efforts were finally successful just before 7 p.m. Thursday evening. This picture was taken around 6:00 p.m. as they were still working on the project. On top of the pump pit is Dave Henke from JEO Consulting while John Mueller is looking at their work. Tom Ekeler is standing next to the cab of the excavator.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Zero entry section of the pool started

Work began this week on digging out the zero entry section of the pool. If you drive by or look at the picture you can see that this area is very close to the existing sidewalk. The sidewalk and parking in this area will have to be removed. There will no longer be a baby pool as the zero entry area will serve that purpose. In addition it will allow pool guests who have disabilities or injuries to walk or be wheeled into the pool. Lots more loads of rock and special fabric were being placed in the zero entry area while this picture was taken.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Timberwolves have a tough loss at finals of CRC tournament

The Exeter-Milligan Twolves battled the Giltner Hornets in
the Crossroads Conference Championship game. The TWolves
came up short losing 52-41 in overtime.
Scoring for the TWolves:

Kelsey Moore: 11
Amber Filipi : 10
Heather Pribyl: 6
Tina Kassik: 5

The Timberwolves next game is Friday Home vs High Plains.

Fillmore County Development Open House

Open House
Celebrating 20 Years
of the
Fillmore County Development Corporation

February 6, 2009
4:00-6:30 p.m.

at the
Log Cabin - 1402 E ST, Geneva, Nebraska

Walls of the POOL poured Monday morning!!

The pumper truck spent most of the morning at the Exeter Pool Site on Monday. The walls of the deep end of the pool were poured into site built forms.