11/15/2010 – 11/22/2010
The Exeter Police Department is announcing that we will be participating in the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety “Click It Or Ticket” enforcement that will be occurring from November 22nd to November 28th. Exeter Officers are currently scheduled for an additional 40 hours of patrol time during this period for which all wages will be paid for by the program’s grant. The program, as well as the associated enforcement, will focus on child restraint and safety belt law compliance.
The Exeter United Sunday School collected money for UNICEF during the month of October. They collected change during their church service and participated in the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF initiative. They raised $119.31 that has been sent to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. The Exeter United Sunday School is sponsored by the Exeter United Church of Christ and the Exeter United Methodist Church.
Exeter Cub Scouts Pack 218 learned from the Cordova Boy Scout Troop 359 how to retire the flag. The boys met in Exeter at home of Ken and Lyn Strate and first learned about fire. The boy scout troop members took one or two of the cub scouts and demonstrated fire building with several different methods. They then gave the cub scouts the opportunity to build their own fires. While the fires were not lit that night, the cub scouts learned about many different methods of building a fire.
Elsie June Krupicka was born to Steve Luzum and Mildred Rohla Luzum on June 1, 1925, at Friend, Nebraska, and passed away November 11, 2010, at Henderson Hospital in Henderson, Nebraska at the age of 85 years, 5 months, and 10 days.
Veterans recognized at the Exeter Care Center on Veteran's Day were Bill Groenke, Merrit Otoupaul, Mervin Kenrickson, Bob Vlcek, Julie Dillman (a 10 year Air Force Veteran) and Ron Kubicek.
Exeter-Milligan school honored area veteran’s with a program on Veteran’s Day. The Veteran’s were invited for rolls and coffee prior to the program.
The band and choir performed several patriotic numbers.