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Friday, May 8, 2009
The 8th annual Senior to Senior Breakfast hosted by the Exeter Senior Center was held Friday, May 8th at the Exeter Senior Cener.
Most of the 18 seniors attended with many of their grandparents. They were served a nice breakfast with homemade cinnamon rolls, donuts, egg casserole, coffee and juice.
The Senior Class introduced their grandparents and honored guests. Many guests were local but others traveled from as far away as Maryland, Indiana and other states.
A male and female name were drawn for a Casey's gift card and the winners were Amber Filipi and Travis Oliva.
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
In light of some recent complaints, the
- Unregistered vehicles or vehicles with plates more than thirty days past expiration may not be parked on public streets. (State Statue 60-3,164)
- Vehicles may be considered abandoned after 96 hours or less on public streets and 7 days on private property. (State Statute 60-1901)
- No vehicle may be parked in one place for more than 48 hours on any public street within the
. (Village Ord. 5-509) Villageof Exeter
- Non-Operating or wrecked vehicles may not be left sitting in the open for more than 30 days on any property within the
unless a hobbyist permit has been issued by the village. (Village Ord. 6-323) Villageof Exeter
The Exeter Village Marshal’s office would like to encourage the residents of
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
The Exeter Care Center Director of Nursing, Laura Lea and Social Services Director Margaret Petro shared lots of information with the lunchgoers at the Exeter Senior Center on Tuesday.
The two passed out several informational packets on the H1N1, Swine Flu, that has spread throughout the United States.
Currently the World Health Organization has set the pandemic level at orange, level 5 which is one level just below massive pandemic.
Lea spoke to the group bout how this flu is "different from the seasonal flu. . .it has a different genetic make-up than the swine flu of many years ago."
She emphasized that it has really nothing to do with pigs or pork and they have found that it spreads rapidly from human to human.
Right now it seems that the cases are taking a turn toward slowing down but Lea warned that "this type will slow down and then turn up again. I encourage you if you are feeling achy, tired and have respiratory chest symptoms and a fever to call your doctor first before showing up at the office or emergency room to be tested."
There are two medications on the market right now that can help if you can take with in 2 - 3 days of feeling the symptoms. A warning to all that there are several reported scams online offering this medication.
Several cases have been confirmed in Nebraska but right now only one case actually originated in Nebraska. The Sarpy county female is not currently hospitalized.
Lea reported that the average age of those becoming sick is 17 with the majority 20 or younger.
As with all viruses Lea urged people to wash hands often as "flu viruses and other germs can live two hours or longer on hard environmental surfaces like tables, doorknobs, and desks."
The Care Center also provided bottles of hand sanitizer for those in attendance, encouraging them to wash and sanitize often. Lea encouraged those who felt sick to stay at home to avoid spreading the flu. If disinfectants are not available a solution of 1 tablespoon chlorine bleach to 1 quart of water to disinfect surfaces. Remember to wear gloves to protect your hands.
Currently no vaccine is ready for the H1N1 virus - it will likely take 4 - 6 months to develop, test and begin production.
Making sure the deck is smooth and level!!! What a difference that will be from the old pool.
Monday morning found another session of concrete pours as crews began to work their way around the pool, pouring the decking. The cement in the pool will have to cure for 30 days before it can be painted and used this year.
The pilings are being drilled for the new storage bin.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Ana Androyna, Junior - Girls Golf
Zane Ehnes, Senior - Track and Field
Madelyn Emshoff, Senior - Softball, Girls Basketball
Amber Filipi, Senior - Track and Field, Girls Basketball
Justina Kassik, Senior - Volleyball, Girls Basketball
Shane Manning, Junior - Football, Boys Basketball, Track and Field
Mackenzie Thomsen, Senior - Softball, Track and Field
Travis Yound, Junior - Football, Boys Basketball
Exeter Care Center volunteers were treated to a musical performance by the contemporary gospel group the McClellan Sisters of Adams, Neb. The 45 minute show included numerous gospel and modern Christian numbers performed by the sisters who are between the ages of seven and 17.
The volunteers assist with church services, play cards and host bingo every week.
More pictures are available to view in the slideshow on the left sidebar.