Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Exeter-Milligan School News - Industrial Technology Class

Industrial Technology by Dean Filipi

In the Eight grade class, they started out learning about shop safety and then testing out on all of the machines. After using and understanding the machines they designed the project they are building. Some of the projects are wall shelves, book cases, picnic table, gun cabinet, and stools. In construction class, they are learning about the differenttypes of materials that go into the construction of a modern residence. They also learn about building codes, and understanding and reading blue prints. They are currently rebuilding the camp stand for the Milligan's June Jubilee.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Exeter-Milligan Elementary Students have perfect attendance

Shown are the Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten through Second Grade students who had perfect attendance for the first quarter of the 2009-2010 school year. Front row: Jaiden Papik, Rebecca Krupicka, and Alec Schlueter. Middle row: Caitlin Murphy, Anna Sluka, and Jacy Schlueter. Back row: Elijah Johnson, Max Zeleny, Ty Underwood, and Brooke Poppert.

Exeter-Milligan Athletes Honored

Congratulations to the Exeter-Milligan Conference Volleyball Team Honorees:

1st Team:

Stephanie Briske
Heather Pribyl
Claire White

Honorable Mention:

Kelsey Moore

Congratulations to the Exeter-Milligan Football D1-2 All District Team Honorees:

1st Team:

Linebackers - Dillon Rischling and Shane Manning
Offensive Line - Travis Yound
Offensive End - Greg Pribyl
Quarterback - Mitchel Horne
Defensive Line - Blake Baller
Punter - Travis Yound
Returner - Ryan Harre

2nd Team:

Defensive Back - Greg Pribyl
Offensive Line - Dillan White
Running Back - Ryan Harre

Honorable Mention:

Defensive Line - Dillan White
Linebacker - Ethan Kattes
Running Back - Shane Manning

Monday, November 23, 2009

Electronics Collection and Recycling Event in Geneva

Tuesday, December 1st
3:00-6:00 p.m.

East bullpen-10th & F Streets, Geneva
The event is open to households, businesses, schools,
government entities, and not-for-profits in Fillmore County.

Electronics that can be collected:
CPUs and Monitors
Desktop Printers/Fax Machines
Copy Machines
Televisions, VCR/DVD/Stereo Components

FEE - 15¢ per pound

Electronics will be weighed and fees collected
at the time of drop-off.

Everything from the electronics collection will be recycled except wood.

This event is funded by WasteCap Nebraska through a grant provided by the Nebraska
Environmental Trust Fund with the cooperation of the Trailblazers RC & D, Fillmore
County Development Corporation and Fillmore County.

This is your chance to get rid of old, broken, non-usable electronics!