Thursday, July 29, 2021

Throwback Thursday, July 24, 2011




Fillmore County Development Corporation (FCDC)  has funds available to provide down payment subsidies to Homebuyers for the purchase of existing homes within Fillmore County and has been used by several new home owners in the month of July.

The program includes not only down payment assistance through a deferred loan with no interest, but also financial assistance in the form of a conditional grant for minor rehabilitation of homes purchased.

The purpose of the Homeownership Opportunity Program (HOP) in Fillmore County is to provide financial assistance for the purchase of existing single-family residential housing units which are safe, decent, sanitary and affordable to low and moderate income persons/families-buyers. The program provides assistance to those persons/families meeting eligibility guidelines, improves availability of housing, promotes Homeownership, increases attractiveness of underdeveloped neighborhoods and increases local employment. The Fillmore County Development Corporation (FCDC), a non-profit corporation, operates the program.


With several additional events the community of Exeter definitely added more fun in their "Fun Days" event this year.


In addition to the street dance sponsored by the Volunteer Fire Department, residents and guests were treated to a number of new and improved events.


The Fun Day started with a Car and Motorcycle show which was held downtown and sponsored by the Exeter Chamber of Commerce.  Trophies were presented in four different classes.  Exeter's own 2011 National American Miss Nebraska Junior Teen Deidre Stevens presented the trophies at the event.


The annual softball tournament hosted 12 teams for the daylong slow pitch festival down at Gilbert's Park fields and the Exeter Aquatic Center hosted all kinds of kid friendly games and fun. The Village of Exeter had a free swim for everyone and the Exeter Aquatic Center sponsored games and fun for all of the kids. 


In the late afternoon the Exeter Volunteer Fire Department held a poker run before the street dance started.  This year the 10 and under and 14 and under softball teams served the food at the street dance and the fire department made a generous donation to help pay for their recent state tournament entries.  During the street dance the 14 and under softball team was recognized for winning the state softball tournament.

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