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Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Softball, street dance and silly kids were the theme in Exeter this last weekend. Despite some rain Saturday morning the two day softball tournament brought teams from all over to compete before heading downtown to the street dance Saturday evening.
The Exeter Volunteer Fire Department served some great barbeque along with the band, "Who's Bill Anyway." The Exeter Chamber of Commerce sponsored the kiddie parade whose route ran through the blocked street to lots of applause.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Tire Recycling Day- August 6th, 2010
A free scrap tire clean-up will be held on August 6th from noon to 6:00 p.m. at the Fairmont State Airfield at Roads 14th & H on a portion of an old runway. Tires from cars, trucks, tractors, combines and other farm machinery will be accepted. Tires must be off rims. Retailers are not permitted to bring tires. The event is sponsored by the Fillmore County Development Corporation (FCDC) and the Fillmore County Board of Supervisors and is funded by a grant from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. For more information contact the FCDC at 402-759-4910 or email: email@example.com.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Exeter, NE, July 26, 2010: The Exeter Area Community Foundation has received a $20,000 contribution to its endowment fund in memory of Elmer and Carolyn McCabe from their children Judy and J.J. Dinneen, John and Cindy McCabe, Jim and Linda McCabe and Jane and Dan Drake. This contribution will help meet the challenge grant offered by Dick and Louisa Manning that was received earlier this year. Elmer and Carolyn McCabe were life long supporters of the Exeter community.
The Exeter Area Community Foundation Fund Advisory Committee Chairman Alan Emshoff stated “We are very grateful to the family of Elmer and Carolyn for their generosity. The family has been long-time supporters of the community and through this donation their legacy will continue to live on through this endowment.”
The Exeter Area Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Nebraska Community Foundation was established in 2009 and is dedicated to the improvement and long-term viability of the Community. For additional information about the challenge grant and how to help meet the challenge please contact Alan Emshoff at 266-1221, Bob Mueller at 266-2581 or any Exeter Area Community Foundation Fund Committee member. Further information can also be accessed online a http://www.nebcommfound.org/affiliated-funds/find/details/1867/