Thursday, May 7, 2020

Throwback Thursday Week of May 4, 2010

Here's what happened on the for the week of May 4, 2010:

Members of Girl Scout Troop 390 and Exeter American Legion Auxiliary Post 218 met on Tuesday evening to spend some time picking up trash in Exeter. The group donned gloves and piled trash into the trailer pulled by a 4 wheeler that's use was donated by Jerry Peterson. After they finished the Legion Auxiliary treated the girls to a pop. Participating were Girl Scout leaders Anita Mueller and Becky Erdkamp, Legion Auxiliary members Linda Underwood and Annette Gloystein, girl scouts Josie Hulse, Janey Erdkamp, Hannah Beethe, Vickie Androyna, helper Casey Underwood and scout Tara Mueller.
Nebraska State Troop Bybee gave a power point presentation on safe driving at the Exeter Senior Center.
As part of a nationwide program to teach children to save, First National Bank in Exeter employee's Sharla Dinneen and Tammy Sladek visited all of the Exeter-Milligan elementary students.

Each child was given a $1 coin to encourage them not only to save money, but also to introduce the concept of the $1 coin and the impact that the U.S. Mint hopes it has on the nation.
Curt Tomasevic, a Shelby, Neb. native spoke to the Exeter-Milligan student body about winning an Olympic gold medal in bobsledding, a World Cup gold medal and a World Title.
Concordia University Senior Carly Stokebrand, an Exeter-Milligan alum, recently broke the Concordia school record in the hammer at Conference competition in Hastings April 30, 2010.  Overall Carly placed second in the conference in hammer throw and first in discus.

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