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VILLAGE OF EXETER
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
"Each year, nearly 5 million people need blood transfusion," said Tricia Rubens, CEO of the Red Cross Blood Services Midwest Region. "To help meet this constant need, it is important for people to donate blood regularly,"
Blood transfusions are needed for the treatment of many diseases and conditions, and for surgeries, By making blood donation part of your lifestyle, you help provide more than 38,000 pints of blood needed for patients at hospitals across the nation each day.
The need for blood is constant and the gratification is instant. Make an appointment to donate blood today and you can change a life, starting with your own.
In Exeter, the next blood drive will be June 26th from noon to 5:30 p.m. at the American Legion Home. To schedule an appointment call Doris Hall at 266-2841 or Ruth Ekeler at 266-8861. Remember to bring a Photo ID and drink plenty of fluids. Some of the requirements have changed recently to allow for more people to be eligible to donate blood. Check the requirements at givebloodgivelife.org to find out more.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
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Village of Exeter
OFFICE OF THE CLERK
Exeter, Nebraska 68351
Agenda for Reg. Meeting of 6-2-2009
Approval of Minutes
Approval of Invoices
Pool Pay Requests
Pool Progress Report
Pool Admissions Prices
Maintenance Supervisor Report
The Exeter Girl Scout Troop 390 celebrated the last year's achievements on Saturday afternoon with a afternoon tea. The girls welcomed their families and friends and opened with the pledge of allegiance and the girl scout promise.
Leader Becky Erdkamp explained the five badges the girls earned this year. In November they earned "Wave the Flag" in which they learned about the flag, made patriotic bracelets and celebrated Veteran's Day. In December the girls earned the "People are Talking" badge. They did all kinds of role playing and listening games. They also learned skills to practice being kind to others. The group were part of an adopt a family project at Christmas time and shopped for a girl their age who was in need.
In January, the group started learning about their upcoming cookie sales and then in February they earned the "Make it eat it" badge. They learned about nutrition, planned a menu and then made their own lunch. In March they worked on the "Travel Right" badge. They decorated travel bags and prepared to pack for a trip. The girls worked on travel journals.
The final badge they earned was the "Recycling Rocks" badge. For this project the girls made posters showing the items that are recyclable in Exeter and what happens to the recycled material. They also, along with the Exeter Cub Scouts, held a recycling fair in Exeter to help the community learn more about recycling.
The girls moving into fourth grade this fall will now be Junior girl scouts. This summer the girls hope to attend a camp nearby and will also have a summer outing. They are lead by Becky Erdkamp, Sherri Due and Anita Mueller.