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Clipper - Malcolm Public Schools
Check Out Our Website www.malcolmschools.org
April 21, 2016
Issue 17, Volume 37
The Clipper
High School Office
402-796-2151 ext. 1
Malcolm Public Schools
10004 NW 112th St
Malcolm, NE 68402
Westfall Office
402-796-2151 ext. 2
Business Office
402-796-2151 ext. 3
Student Council Receives
Nebraska and National
Gold Medal Awards
Ship's Log
Page 2: Michael Zavodny’s
Award/MPTO Bookfair
Page 3: Jr. High Quiz Bowl/
Mrs. Haun
Page 4: Band News
Page 5: Menus
Page 6: Mrs. Welsh/Mr.
Arnold
Page 7: Schedule
Pages 7-10: Board Minutes
and Bills
Pages 11-13: Ads
There WILL
Be School
On May 12th
As MPS Will Not
Be Hosting
District Track
Congratulations to the 2015-16 Student Council. For the sixth year in a row the
Malcolm Student Council has been awarded the Gold Medal for the Outstanding
Council in Nebraska. Through various projects involving leadership, citizenship,
service, charities, and government they earned the highest number of award
points in the state.
By earning this award and doing the many projects that our student council does,
we were awarded the National Gold Medal Award for Student Councils. This
award is given to outstanding student councils who are leaders in their states
and communities. This was the fourth year in a row for our Student Council to
earn this award. Our students demonstrated through their hard work how to be
good citizens of the community. As a school we are very proud of them and we
congratulate them on all of their hard work.
Mr. Tarr, Ms. Watson and the School Administration and Staff.
Please Remember To Vote For
Malcolm Public School’s Board Members
In This Year’s Primary Election
On May 10th
Michael Zavodny Receives
the 2016 Nebraska Young Artist Award in Theatre.
Lincoln, Neb.--The University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts
has announced the winners of the 19th annual
Nebraska Young Artist Awards.
The Nebraska Young Artist Awards annually
recognize 11th grade students from Nebraska who
are gifted and talented in the areas of visual art,
dance, music, theatre, and film and new media.
These students exemplify the pinnacles of creativity
in one of the fine and performing arts.
Seventy students from more than 35 high schools
across the state have been selected to participate in
the special day of activities on Wednesday, April 6,
2016, at UNL.
Speech and Drama Coach Tami Maytum and
Michael Zavodny
Students applied for the recognition and
submitted an example of their work. Applications
were received from 167 students across the state.
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts
faculty chose the 70 students who came to UNL on
April 6 to be recognized.
Honored students took tours of the arts facilities, attended classes, met faculty and college students and
had lunch. Their parents were also be invited, and they took tours, as well as received information on
careers in the arts and college curriculum.
Students selected to participate in the Nebraska Young Artist Awards nominated the teacher who
provided them with the greatest amount of mentoring and support in the development of their special
talents.
The day concluded with an awards ceremony. Students received a certificate, as well as a very special
original piece of artwork commissioned for this event and created by Department of Art and Art History
printmaking student Hannah Demma.
MPTO BOGO SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR-THANK YOU!
Submitted by Mrs. Betty Geiser, K-12 Media specialist
The MPTO BOGO Scholastic Book Fair was held April 4-7 in the Westfall Library Media
Center. This buy one, get one free event allowed many students, parents, teachers, and
patrons the opportunity to purchase books for less. The Library Media Centers received
donations of 20 books of these 2 were hardbacks. Our BOGO Book Fair Bonus plus some
money from this winter’s book fair which was based on the sales during the book fair,
gave us 25 additional hardbacks and 44 paperbacks. Total number of books received
89. Thank you for your donations to the Library Media Centers. A special Thank You
to Kristin Saltzgaber for chairing the Book Fair. Thank you to all the volunteers who
donated their time to manage the Book Fair.
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Junior High Quiz Bowl
Front Row: Russell Dunse, Matthew Burbach, John Boesen, Brett
Thieman. Back Row: Mr. Pritchett and Mr. Mahoney
This year was very successful for the 7th and 8th graders in competitions.
The 8th grade team consisting of Anna Schroeder, Michael Schmidt, Cordell Vrbka, and Jacob Groff
had strong showings at both the ECNC conference and ESU 6 matches.
The 7th grade team consisting of John Boesen, Matthew Burbach, Brett Thieman, and Russell Dunse
did especially well. They captured 1st place in the ECNC conference competition and 2nd place in the
ESU6 Large school division.
News From Mrs. Haun
6th Grade Reading
Sixth graders are ending the school year studying Lois Lowry’s book The
Giver. In a novel study, students take an in-depth look at the elements of fiction and
how the author uses those elements throughout the book. Additionally, students
learn about the theme, or life lesson, of the novel. In Lowry’s novel she explores
a perfect world. The main character, Jonas, lives in a world where everything is
under control. There is no war or fear or pain. There are no choices. Everyone is
assigned a role in the community. We will explore which world is better – a world
full of choices or a world where there are no choices.
7th Grade Reading
Seventh graders are also ending the year with a novel study. We are reading
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred Taylor. Taylor speaks though a nine year old
girl, Cassie Logan, as she experiences life in Mississippi in 1933. The Logans own their own land and feel
that it alone can hold the family together. It takes the events of one year – the year of the night riders and
the burnings, the year a white girl humiliates Cassie in public simply because she is black—to show Cassie
that having a place of their own gives them courage and pride. No matter how others may degrade them,
the Logans possess something no one can take away. We will explore how discrimination existed in the
South in 1933 and contrast how it is different from life today.
8th Grade English
Eighth graders are continuing to work on the writing process with various modes of writing. In
addition we are reviewing basic grammar and usage rules. Students will end the year writing a reflection
paper about their 8th grade year not only with their course work in English, but in all other aspects of
their final year in middle school.
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Blair Honor Band
Laurel Mitchell-Anderson, Grace Schleining
and Cordell Vrbka participated in the 30th
annual Blair Honor Band on Saturday,
April 2. They started the day with live
chair placement auditions, which was a new
experience for all three of them. Along with
250 other students from mostly large schools
in the Omaha metro, they then spent the day
rehearsing with UNL Assistant Director of
Bands, Mr. Doug Bush and gave an afternoon
concert. Congratulations to these outstanding
musicians!
Laurel Mitchell-Anderson, Grace Schleining,
Cordell Vrbka
Meridian Honor Band & Choir
Front Row: Hannah Bescheinen, Logan Thomas, Piper Beatty,
Laurel Mitchell-Anderson, Emma Stratton, Grace Schleining,
Addison Earnest. Back Row: Gavan Dunse, John Boesen, Cordell
Vrbka, Cole Hargens, Rick Nickel, Archer Moody, Russell Dunse.
4 Lorem Sit
Fourteen
junior high
h
band
and
nd
choir students
dents
attended the Meridian Honor
Band & Choir on Friday, April 1.
They were among 225 students
from 26 different schools selected
through recorded auditions.
Johnny Boesen, Laurel MitchellAnderson, Archer Moody, Grace
Schleining and Cordell Vrbka
were in the band while Piper
Beatty, Hannah Bescheinen,
Gavan Dunse, Russell Dunse,
Addison Earnest, Cole Hargens,
Rick Nickel, Emma Stratton
and Logan Thomas sang in the
choir. Congratulations to these
musicians on an outstanding
performance!
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In accordance with Federal Law and US Department of Agriculture
policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint
of discrimination, write USDA, Director of Office of Civil Rights,
1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call
800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal
opportunity provider and employer.
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March Madness in Kindergarten!
By: Cindy Welsh
We started the month of March celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday! It was a whole
school celebration! We got to dress up special for each day! We even had some
older students partner up with the elementary students on twin day! Of course we
read many Dr. Seuss books like the favorites, The Foot Book, The Cat in the Hat, The
Lorax, Bears in the Night, Wacky Wednesday, and more!!
Rocks were the next item for us to learn about! We learned there are 3 basic types
of rocks: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. We used Starburst candies to make
a model of each type of rock! It was fun and tasty to make different types of rocks! The
playground was a perfect place for our little geologists to find more rocks for us to examine back
in our classroom.
The ground hog made his prediction of an early spring. We counted out on a calendar when it
would be 6 weeks from Ground Hog Day and we came to the conclusion that the ground hog was
right!! I know you’ll be surprised to hear he is only right 39% of the time!
We celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with some leprechaun fun! We were shocked when we were
visited by a tricky little leprechaun who had some fun with our classroom! He left us some gold
and a treat! We tried to find him, but he must have escaped! All week we talked about lucky items
and brought them for show and tell.
We have been working very hard in Reading. We are getting very good at reading our sight
words in context! We are sounding out to read and sounding out to spell 3 letter words very
well. Writing is getting to be an easy task. We can write 2 -3 sentences about a picture, a topic
we have learned about or something about us. Using a capital at the beginning of the sentence,
punctuation, and finger spacing has become old news!!
The Kindergarteners have become mathematicians this year! This month we have been
concentrating on tens and ones places of numbers up to 100! Addition and subtraction with
and without counters is something we do almost every day! We are concentrating on doubles
right now and love the rap we sing to help us remember the facts! Acting out and drawing story
problems is an important part of building a good base for the years to come in math.
We have a lot of fun to have before this year in Kindergarten is over! Some of the highlights for
the rest of the school year are our field trip to the Husker Stadium and State Capital in May. Our
Cowboy show will take place on April 29th. The Track and Field Day will be in May, too! So much
to look forward to!
Code Crush Review
By: Mr. Arnold
On February 24th-27th Claire Monroe and I attended Code Crush
2016. The purpose of this event is to increase the awareness and interest
in the field of computer sciences. It is reported that less than 25% of the
jobs in the computer science and information technology field are held by
women. This particular camp is for 8th and 9th grade girls in an attempt to
one day increase that number.
Code Crush was hosted by UNO, and they did an excellent job of filling the days with
informative and exciting sessions that were valuable for both the students and the teachers. The
student and teacher sessions ranged from programming robots to creating and designing a dress
filled with LED lights. We were given a tour of local start-up companies Flywheel and Hudl,
attended a UNO men’s basketball game, and went behind the scenes of the Henry Doorly Zoo
and Aquarium. Overall this was a fun and eye-opening experience. A career in computer sciences
is challenging, rewarding, and exciting. If you have any questions about the camp or the field of
computer sciences feel free to stop by and ask!
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Clipper Schedule of Events
Monday, April 25
2:00PM
JH [email protected]
3:45PM
Track Practice
Tuesday, April 26
1:00PM
JH TR(9)@Linc. High
3:45PM
Track Practice
Wednesday, April 27
3:45PM
Track Practice
Thursday, April 28
3:00PM
JH [email protected]
3:45PM
Track Practice
Friday, April 29
3:45PM
Track Practice
4:00PM
Track Pictures
Monday, May 2
3:45PM
Track Practice
6:30PM
2-5 Music Concert
Tuesday, May 3
3:45PM
Track Practice
7:00PM
6-8 Music Concert
Wednesday, May 4
3:45PM
Track Practice
6:30PM
FBLA Banquet
Thursday, May 5
2:00PM
HS [email protected] Central
3:45PM
Track Practice
Friday, May 6
10:00AM
3:45PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
JH ECNC [email protected]
Track Practice
Athletic Banquet Meal
Athletic Banquet Program
Saturday, April 30
10:00AM
HS ECNC [email protected]
Minutes – Board of Education
April 18, 2016
The Board of Education, School District 148, Lancaster County, Nebraska met in open public session
at 7:00PM at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE on Monday, April 18, 2016
to conduct normal and usual business of the District. Said meeting was advertised in the minutes
of the March 24, 2016 issue of “The Clipper” and the April 7, 2016 issue of “The Clipper”. Board
members present were: Michelle Bice, William England, Andrea Holka, Chandler Kramer, Kevin
Lostroh, Craig Vanderkolk. Administrators present were Ryan Terwilliger, Greg Adams, Amber
Dolliver. Chairman Vanderkolk called the meeting to order at 7:00PM and noted that the Open
Meetings Act is posted on the north wall of the Board Room.
Lostroh moved, seconded by Kramer, to approve the consent agenda. Ms.Lostroh presented an
updated list of bills. She reviewed the bills and revenue journal and answered questions. Voting by
roll call: YES – England, Holka-abstain line 29, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk-abstain line 63 and 72,
Bice. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2016-15 passed.
Financial Summary
April 18, 2016
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School Accounts
Previous Bal 3/1/2016
Receipts - March 2016
Disbursements- March 2016
Cash in Cking 3/31/2016
Invested: March 2016
General
$1,018,996.94
$350,692.01
$465,380.48
$416,207.52
$488,100.95
Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Previous Bal 3/1/2016
Receipts -March 2016
Disbursements - Mar 2016
Cash on Hand 3/31/2016
General
$66,631.52
$807,975.72
$74,582.23
$800,025.01
NSDLAF (Investment)
Previous Bal 3/1/2016
Receipts - March 2016
Disbursements Mar 2016
Cash on Hand 3/31/2016
Spc Bldg
$601,820.61
$8,549.06
$0.00
$610,369.67
Lunch
$5,736.14
$28,338.23
$26,704.83
$6,368.15
$1,001.39
Activity
$181,694.14
$16,775.59
$16,189.30
$186.31
$182,094.12
Bond
$5,305.11
$140,295.61
$6,694.76
$138,905.96
Bond Fund
$88,063.92
$5,442.79
$0.00
$93,506.71
Bus Deprec
$83,098.70
$7.51
$0.00
$10,040.60
$73,065.61
QCPUF
$2,631.20
$39,668.86
$3,021.43
$39,278.63
Student Fees
$18,799.35
$1,280.00
$0.00
$20,079.35
Spc Bldg
$8,258.59
$124,442.63
$9,482.67
$123,218.55
QCPUF Checking
$34,840.77
$2,707.52
$0.00
$37,548.29
Communications From The Public: None
Unfinished Business: None
New Business:
Lostroh moved, seconded by Bice, to approve the addition of a Teammates chapter for Malcolm Public Schools.
Mr. Terwilliger explained the program. Mr. Squier and Mrs. Frank will head the Malcolm Chapter. Voting by
roll call: YES- Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2016-16 passed.
Bice moved to accept the resignation of Middle School Social Studies teacher, Andrew Haake. Seconded by
Holka. Voting by roll call: YES – Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka. NAYS – None. Motion
4-2016-17 passed.
Lostroh moved, seconded by Bice, to offer a teaching contract to Reading Specialist Brittni Peltz. Voting by
roll call: YES – Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka, Kramer. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2016-18 passed.
Bice moved to approve the addition of a new staff position – Technology Facilitator. Mr. Terwilliger discussed
the need and duties of the position. Voting by roll call: YES – Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka, Kramer,
Lostroh. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2016-19 passed.
Administrative Report –
Principal Greg Adams, Jr/Sr High School
NeSA testing completed for Science and Reading. Math testing will end next week.
Student Council has received the Gold Standard Award.
Graduation will be Saturday,May 14th. Mr. Lostroh and Mr. England will present diplomas.
Mr. Edwards is looking into a possible trip to Spain in June 2017.
Principal Amber Dolliver, Westfall Elementary
NeSA testing in Math will be held this week.
Field Trips for K-5 are scheduled the next few weeks.
Elementary Music Concerts are coming up.
Westfall Track & Field day is May 13th
April 21st is “Purple Up For Military Kids Day” sponsored by the PD Legion Auxiliary
Several staff members will attend the NETA Conference April 21-22 in Omaha.
Kindergarten Round-Up went well. Have 38 on the list.
Superintendent Ryan Terwilliger
Reviewed and discussed options for floor coverings.
Discussed the Superintendent Evaluation tool. Compared and considered possible changes to the
current evaluation. Will continue to research options.
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Chairman Vanderkolk
Discussed the use of a Board Code of Conduct vs. Oath of Office. Presented a Code of
Conduct proposal. The Board considered using both the Code of Conduct and the Oath of Office.
Presented information to the Board about sessions attended at the NSBA National
Convention.
With no further business before the Board, England moved, seconded by Lostroh, to adjourn.
Voting by unanimous consent – ALL. Chairman Vanderkolk declared the meeting adjourned at
8:45PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Julia Lostroh
Recording Secretary
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
April 18, 2016
Payroll
Amazon.com
Apple Inc.
AS Central Services
B&H
Bauer Built
Behrends, Ashley
Blue Cross Blue Shield$
BW Plus Mid Nebraska Inn & Suites
CDW Government
Company Care
Dishman, Chris
Dolliver, Amber
Doolittle, Faye
Duncan Enterprises, Inc.
ESU 6
Electrical Engineering & Equipment Co.
First Concord Group
Flack, Beth
Frank, Kelly
Fun Express
Garrison, Doug
Haan Crafts
Heffelfinger, Ami
Hillyard
Holka, Andrea
Hughes, Jodi
InkTechnologies.com
Interstate All Battery Center
Konica Minolta
L&W Garbage Service Inc
Learning A-Z
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
Lincoln Lock & Safe
Lincoln Public Schools
MagicWrighter, Inc.
Marsh, Ryan
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$409,012.51
$199.80
$1,238.00
$227.47
$915.87
$109.56
$604.15
1,654.35
$499.95
$39,440.00
$55.00
$1,364.22
$206.78
$1,280.49
$1,555.00
$5,728.79
$187.79
$110.00
$22.68
$33.55
$178.44
$12.83
$123.75
$1,563.92
$986.54
$146.34
$149.58
$54.00
$95.00
$3,264.83
$336.00
$573.18
$114.00
$42.00
$270.00
$20.00
$15.00
10004 nw 112th st, malcolm, ne 68402
Payroll Expenses
iPad Mini Cases
Computer Cable/Supplies
Internet Service
Mini Recorder, Tripod, Camcorder
Suburban Tire Rotation
Reimbursement SPED Supplies
BCBS Insurance Premium
Hotel for Conference
Chromebooks
DOT Physical
Contract Coach
Mileage/Westfall Office Supplies
Hearing Specialist
Replace Sprinkler Heads on FB Field
Workshop, SPED, Psychological Charges
Maintenance Electrical Supplies
Flex 125 Adm Fees/Annual Compliance Maint
Mileage Reimbursment
NHS Supplies/Scholarship Postage
Kindergarten Program Supplies
Wiper Blade
Sewing Kits
Mental Health Services
Custodial Supplies
Conference Mileage
SPED Conference Mileage
Toner
D Batteries
Copier Lease Payment/Extra Copies
Garbage Service
16-17 Subscriptions
5th Grade Field Trip Admission
Corbin Mortise Spindle
Heritage School Fee
E-Funds Compliance Fee
Reimbursment for Fuel
www.malcolmschools.org
Matheson
Meehl, Jan
Menards
Mohrhoff Power Equipment
NAPA Auto Parts
Nantkes, Jenn
Neujahr, Liz
NETA
Nebraska Landscape Solutions
Norris Public Power District
Office Depot
Omaha Truck Center
Omaha World Herald
OneSource
Pritchett, Troy
Puterbaugh, Patti
Quill.com
Sackett, Dale
Sector Now
Stahr, Georgia
Student Assurance Services, Inc.
SuperSaver
Tobey, Dustin
Tractor Supply Co.
Trane
Unite Private Networks, LLC
Vanderkolk, Craig
Verizon
Village of Malcolm
VISA - Union Bank
WalMart
Wex Bank
Windstream
$296.03
$1,257.00
$368.25
$126.60
$21.98
$1,362.47
$129.45
$973.00
$217.91
$6,075.25
$18.00
$58.25
$843.58
$65.00
$386.57
$15.00
$332.26
$27.00
$2,862.50
$426.43
$851.50
$207.81
$23.76
$31.98
$5,715.00
$909.07
$633.70
$161.61
$5,529.60
$325.51
$60.59
$1,666.38
$600.50
Welding Supplies/Gases
PT SPED Services
Maintenance Supplies/IT Supplies
Mower Blades
Pick-Up Wiper Blade
Vision Services - SPED
SPED Conference Mileage/LifeSkills Supplies
NETA Spring Conference 2016
Lawn Chemicals
Electric Service
Pencil Sharpeners
Bus Part
Employment Advertisement
Background Checks
Asst. AD Mileage
Classroom Supplies
Office Chairs
Fuel for SB Field Maintenance
Media Players/Installation/Training
Reimbursment for Classroom Supplies
Student Catastrophic Insurance
FCS/LifeSkills Classroom Supplies
ESU Workshop Mileage
Maintenance Supplies
Annual Maintenance Agreement
Distance Learning Cable
National Conference Airfare
Cell Phone Service
Water/Sewer Service
Conference Meals/Health Class Supplies
FCS/LifeSkills Classroom Supplies
School Vehicle Fuel
Phone Service
Checks Out of Cycle
Vanderkolk, Craig
Terwilliger, Ryan
US Post Office
WalMart
Malcolm General Fund
$241.50
$241.50
$203.19
$23.72
$14.58
National Conference Per Diem
National Conference Per Diem
Clipper/Brd Minute Postage
FCS Classroom Supplies
Approved List Adjustments
$10,676.73
$1,811.30
$229.60
$61.28
$300.00
$1,926.60
$553.00
$7,401.90
$591.35
Wages/Benefits
Food/Custodial Supplies
Bread Supplies
Commodities
State Nutrition Conference Registration
Milk Products
Repair Defrost Lock
Food/Custodial Supplies
Food Trays
$505,695.40
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
CashWa
Earthgrains
Nebraska Food Distribution Prog.
Nebraska School Nutrition Assoc.
Prairieland Foods, LLC
TechMasters
The Thompson Company
VISA-Union Bank
$23,551.76
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ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
WELCOMES you to services on Sunday at 9 am
followed by fellowship and Sunday School at 10:15
am. 2244 NW 126th Street, Lincoln, NE 402796-2433 Rev. Andrew WL Kitzing Web: zelca.
org
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS THE
NEXT REGULAR MEETING for the Board will be
Monday, MAY 16, 2016 at 7:00PM at the District
Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, Nebraska. An agenda is published the Friday before
each regular board meeting. This can be picked up
at the business office or read online at www.malcolmschools.org. It will be modified as necessary.
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS
BIBLE learning opportunities for all ages. AXIS Jr. High at 4:30 pm on Sunday & Sr. High at 6:00
pm on Wednesday...
...VARIOUS ADULT GROUPS/BIBLE STUDIES
FOR men & women are available throughout
the week. Sunday worship at 9:00 a.m. with
Sunday School at 10:15. Phone: 402-796-2344
More information is available at: nccmalcolm.org
or facebook.com/AXISstudentmin
MALCOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
INVITES you to join us for Sunday Service! Worship at 9AM, Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and
fellowship treats after the service. We’re located
on the NW corner of Malcolm, 520 Malcolm Rd.
JOIN US AT WORD OF LIFE LUTHERAN
CHURCH at our new location at 200 Fletcher Ave.
We are still on the edge of Lincoln, just east of
Fallbrook. Our series looks at the question, “Why Is
This Happening? Our service is on Sunday at 10:30
a.m. with Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 a.m.
Check out our web site, www. wordoflifelincoln.
org (or facebook) Pastor Larry Oetting- 402.742.
WORD (9673)
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NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS CATHOLIC
CHURCH is located in NW Lincoln at 1101 Isaac
Drive. The parish offers 35 different programs to
help people grow in love and wisdom as children of
God. Visit our website www.namartyrs.org or call
the office at 402-476-8088 for Mass times, info on
our Pre-K through 8th grade school, our programs
for teens and adults and more!
CHILDREN’S SUMMER THEATRE WORKSHOP
AT The Olde Glory Theatre in Seward, July 25-29,
for students entering grades 1-8 next school year.
Workshop is presented by the Missoula Children’s
Theatre and ends with a production of THE
JUNGLE BOOK by worship participants. For more
information, go to www.oldeglorysewardne.com or
call 402-304-5392.
SUMMER CHILDCARE AVAILABLE...STARTING
MAY 22nd.
22nd Drop in spaces also available. Contact
Janet Stratton at 402-580-1164
VILLAGE OF MALCOLM - BOARD
OF
TRUSTEES MEETING will be held on WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th at 7PM at the Village Hall 137
E. Second Street, Malcolm, NE. If you have any
comments, concerns, questions or would like to
hear what is going on, please join us. Everyone is
welcome!!!!!!
KAUP SIDING, ROOFING & MORE, CO WILL
BID your projects for residential or commercial
sites. We will work with your insurance company
for hail or weather related damage. For a bid,
call Tim Kaup at 402 380-8071 or [email protected]
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THE cards, gifts and most of all your Friendship.
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MELICHAR PLANTS IN EMERALD IS OPEN!
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baskets! Mother’s day is coming and we have the
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your front porch with pots early-blooming pansies!
They love the cool spring weather.
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AN ITCH to complete an antique car with a
family member or friend, call me for details on
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way on these units. Call 402-580-5058. Near
Malcolm, NE. Create your dream and enter
Malcolm’s Car Show in August.
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YOUR creativity with painting, drawing or print
making projects. Express yourself in our farm
setting. Flexible times. Reasonable Rates. Ages
6-96. Call Joni at 402-613-0695
MALCOLM COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES
FRIDAY, May 6, 5-8PM. Saturday, May 7,
8AM-5PM. Any questions call [email protected]
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THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE
VILLAGE of Malcolm will have three openings
coming up for the election in November of 2016.
Trustees are elected to a four-year term. The
Village Board of Trustees generally meets on the
first Wednesday of each month, with a begin time
of 7:00 p.m. The meetings are open to the public
and are held at the Village Hall located at 137 E.
Second Street...
...YOU MUST LIVE WITHIN THE VILLAGE
LIMITS to be able to run for a seat on the Village
Board of Trustees. If you are interested, you
need to file with the Lancaster County Election
Commissioner’s office by August 1, 2016. If you
have questions, please contact Nadine Link at the
Village Hall or by phone at (402) 796-2250 or
(402) 580-3959.
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April 21, 2016
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RDM LANDSCAPES IS YOUR LOCAL
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complete those landscaping projects you have been
thinking about all year. Retaining walls, patios,
fire pits, plant installation, sprinkler installation,
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Maxson today for your free estimate. (402)3100868
SYNERGY HOMES INC - WORKING WITH
YOU TO design and build your custom home.
Specializing in acreage homes and local to Malcolm,
email: [email protected] or call Maria at
(402) 499-3496 for more information!
FULL SERVICE LAWN CARE, MOWING, AERATING and Fertilizing. Also SNOW REMOVALCall Ryan at 402-580-7907
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BELMONT COMMUNITY CENTER HAS
OPENINGS in our Preschool Program. We offer
3 classes MWF for 4-5 yr. TTH a.m. for 3-4 yr and
TTH p.m. for 4-5 yr. For more information, please
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Academic Awards Banquet
The Academic
Awards Banquet
will be held on
Tuesday
May
10th,
2016.
Dessert will be
served at 6:45
p.m., awards at 7:00. Dessert reservations need to be
purchased in advance by Friday May 6th, 2016, $3 per
person, checks made out to Malcolm Music Boosters.
Honored students eat free, if they sign up in the high school
office by May 6th. Desserts will be $5 after May 6th and
availability is not guaranteed. Awards presented include:
fine arts, senior scholarships, Student Council Recognition,
ECNC Academic/Activity All Conference, Academic All
State, and various state & conference awards. Please contact
the high school office for specific details concerning who is
honored at this event.
Athletic Awards Banquet
The Athletic Awards
Banquet will be held on
Friday May 6th 2016.
New this year “Booster
Tailgate” – grilled on site
by Hy-Vee. Menu will
include grilled burgers,
brats and chicken, along with various side dishes
and desert. Gluten free options will be available if
requested with reservations purchased by May 2nd.
Meal will begin at 6:30, awards at 7:00 p.m. Meal
reservations need to be purchased in advance by
Monday May 2nd, 2016, $12 per person, checks made
out to Malcolm Boosters. Athletes eat free, if they sign
up in the high school office by May 2nd. Tickets will be
$15 after May 2nd and at the door. Availability is not
guaranteed after May 2nd. Students that do not sign
up in the high school office by May 2nd will also have
to pay $15 to eat.
Malcolm Baseball Field Spring Cleaning
REMINDER...The baseball field spring cleaning is Sunday, April 24th at 1pm with a rain out date of April 27 and 28 in
the evening. We will be working on the batting cage, please bring a 5 gallon bucket and a shovel if you can. Hope to see
you there!
MALCOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
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