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Friday, June 16, 2017
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Exeter area kids enjoyed their swimming lessons the past few weeks.
Above – Ashley Benorden works with Piper Grummons during swimming lessons.
Below – Tara Mueller helps Axel Erdkamp in the Exeter Aquatic Center during his lesson.
Above – Ashley Benorden supports Levi Jurgeson as he learns to float on his back at swimming lessons.
Below – Sydney Hall keeps a close eye on Hannah Petersen as she learns the back stroke at swimming lessons.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
The Exeter High school class of 1977 was well represented at their 40th class reunion. Pictured in the front row from the left are Julie Luzum Erdkamp, Patrice Stych Ruhl, Julie Due Watteyne, Betty Pracheil Buerer, Denise Moor Kovanda, and Kathy Janes Zagozda. Back row from the left are Steve Jensen, Dale Erdkamp, Bill Krejci, Bob Holmes, Wayne Kuska, Mark Leif, Alan Michl, Shari Johnson Miller, Shari Nicholas Michl.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Blackhawk opened up for Phil Vassar on Friday night. They played all of their big hits including “Goodbye Says It All” and “Every Once in a While.”
If you don’t like great country music, a good dose of polka served with kolache’s, then you weren’t in Milligan, Neb. for their 30th June Jubilee this weekend.
The weekend started with country music band Blackhawk who had several big hits in the early 90’s before Phil Vassar, who topped the charts with his number one country hit “Just Another Day in Paradise,” took the stage.
Saturday’s events included the annual Rooster Run, volleyball and softball tournaments. The highlights of the afternoon included the annual pork rib and chicken wing cook off in the beer garden along with the car show downtown.
Pink Kadillac played great dance tunes from the fifties through today in the beer garden Saturday night.
Sunday started with a Polka Mass and breakfast before the grand parade which had a theme of “Sowing Seeds of Greatness for 150 years.”
With the hot temperatures the crowd was ready to cool down in the beer garden and listen to the Milligan Czech Brass Band before the Czechlanders took the stage.
The weekend concluded with the annual auction and drawing for a new pick up.
Great polka music!!
Landri found some candy her sisters and friends missed.
Millgan Czech Brass Band
Kolache eating contest for the under 8 crowd!
Pink Kadillac was the entertainment for Saturday night
Lots of fun getting your face painted at June Jubilee!