Happy 4th of July
The Village Office is closed on Friday, 7-1 and Monday, 7-4
The Library is closed on Saturday, 7-2
NO Farmer's Market on Saturday 7-2
Papillion Sanitation is closed Monday, 7-4, so garbage pickup will be one day later
Lincoln Food Bank will be at the Park on Wednesday, 7-6 from 10 - 11 a.m.
Saturday turned out to be a great day for the Unadilla Celebration! Thanks so much to Mal & Matt Wallen for taking this event on. You guys did an amazing job on such a short notice and we don't think you can be thanked enough.
More thanks to the NMHC Men's Club for organinzing the Horseshoe Contest and the Duck Race.
1st Place Horseshoes: Michael West & Mike Weyers
2nd Place Horseshoes: Craig Kimbell & Nathan Kimbell
3rd Place Horseshoes: Chad Lutjemeyer & Jess Kirchoff
Rubber Duck launch in the Nemaha River
The day started off with garage sales and a lunch for the Fire & Rescue at Jon Vodicka's. The funds will go to the purchase of a new ambulance.
Ron Polivka gave a presentation on the importance of pollination and how bees are one of the most important and prolific pollinators. It was given at the picnic shelter. Thanks Bob Brandt for making this happen.
Kids of all ages had a blast on the water slides and bouncy house.
The Dirty Boots Band played later at the ballfield, and the fireworks display can only be described as awesome!
Waiting for the Band
All in all, it was an amazing day and thanks again to all who participated. (Hope everyone's recuperated!)
Carolyn Kastens will be turning 80 years young on July 1st! Her family is showering her with a card shower.
They can be sent to: 2345 K Road, Syracuse, NE 68446
Looking for a new car? You can view this at Nitty Gritty!
Continued get well wishes to everyone who has been ill lately. And yes, Covid is still around.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
6-29 Tyler & Donna Crownover
6-30 Izabella Foley
7-1 Jessica Hinrichsen, Carolyn Kastens
7-2 Margaret Donovan, Carrie Bischoff
7-3 Bev Wilhelm & Chuck Bjork, Todd Zahn, Sheila Glather
7-5 Tammy Bayliss, Sam Pickerill
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 6-30-1922, The Otoe Union:
J.D. Anderson was recuperating from 2 operations done at the Hillis Hospital in Syracuse. "Ed Stanley has had a truck body put on his auto and will do trucking." Mr. and Mrs. Friel Frost moved to Unadilla. Several early settlers in the area passed away.
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HUSKER VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 2022
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2022
8-27 NE vs Northwestern @Dublin, Ireland
9-3 NE vs North Dakota
9-10 NE vs Georgia Southern
9-17 NE vs Oklahoma
10-1 NE vs Indiana
10-7 NE at Rutgers
10-15 NE at Purdue
10-29 NE vs Illinois
11-5 NE vs Minnesota
11-12 NE at Michigan
11-19 NE vs Wisconsin
11-23 NE at Iowa
Otoe County School District #65, Mt. Zion School, 2 miles north of Unadilla
Back left: Leota McNair, Josie Siepelmeier, Ruth Reuter, teacher
Middle left: Clara Siepelmeier, Ethel McNair, Ida Siepelmeier, Nellie West, Ruth Bryant, George McNair, Elsie Lempka, Tom Mitchelson
Front left: Margaret Mitchelson, Marguerite Mitchelson, Nancy Mitchelson, Harry Mitchelson, Florence McNair