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The Manor Messenger - Kearney Housing Agency
Kearney
Housing
Agency
August 2012
Kearney Housing Agency
2715 Avenue I
PO Box 1236
Kearney, NE 68848
Office Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm
(308) 234-3000
(308) 237-3113 (FAX)
[email protected] (email)
www.khaweb.com (website)
KHA Pavilion Cosmetologist
Sherri Vaness
236-5659 (home)
627-2223 (cell)
Kearney Police Department
Emergency 911
Non-Emergency 237-2104
Kearney Fire Department
Emergency 911
Non-Emergency 233-3226
South Central Nebraska Area
Agency on Aging
234-1851
Life Line Program
865-2720
Peterson Senior Center
233-3290
Health & Human Services
865-5592
www.accessnebraska.ne.gov
Community Action
Partnership of Mid-NE
865-5680
RYDE Bus
865-5677
Salvation Army
234-9998
Jubilee Center
234-3880
The Manor
Messenger
Elaine Wiseman, Executive Director
T WO WO LV E S
An old Grandfather talked with his spirit.
grandson, who came to him full of
The boy looked
anger. A friend had done him an
into his Grandfainjustice.
ther's eyes and
Let me tell you a story. I too, at
asked:
times, have felt a great hate for
Which one wins, Grandfather?
those that have taken so much,
with no sorrow for what they do.
But hate wears you down - it does The Grandfather smiled and quietly said: The one I feed.
not hurt your enemy.
It is like taking poison and wishing (A Cherokee legend)
your enemy would die. I have
Tip #1: I Chose My Reaction…
struggled with these feelings many
So what to do when someone
times.
really annoys you? Any anger
It is as if there are two wolves in- management tips to help you?
side me. One is good and does no The difference between these two
wolves is that the other one sees
harm. He lives in harmony with
all around him, and does not take the world as a threat and reacts
without thinking. I am sure we all
offense when no offense was intended. He will only fight when it is know such people. They seem to
right to do so, and in the right way. think the world is in some kind of
conspiracy against them. No matter how kind you try to be towards
But the other wolf... He is full of
anger. The littlest thing will set him these people, they see some
into a fit of temper. He fights eve- negative hidden agenda in your
ryone, all the time, for no reason. behavior.
He cannot think because his anger
If you notice you react to people
and hate are so great. It is helpwith anger all the time, remember
less anger, for his anger will
those people are not responsible
change nothing.
for your mental processes. Only
you are.
Sometimes, it is hard to live with
these two wolves inside me, for
Continued on the next page...
both of them try to dominate my
It is perfectly all right to draw the line if someone
is acting against your interests. But uncontrolled
anger will not give a very reliable impression of
yourself. You want people to take you seriously
and so you need to behave in a more composed
way. If you shout your anger to the world, you get
angry responses back. And then you wonder why
everyone is so angry and negative towards you
all the time.
So - how to get rid of anger towards other people? Any tips for that?
looks great. She is someone I can ask about the
things I don´t quite understand."
You got the picture, I am sure. If we are dealing
with normal people, we can come up with three
good things to think about them. You never need
to tell anyone what you are thinking, so choose
whatever good you can find about this person.
When you do this, you have turned your mind to
a slightly more positive direction before you answer. And that may be enough to cut the edge of
an uncontrollable angry reaction.
First, say to yourself: "I chose to react in this way You don´t need to reach a feeling of total love for
to the thing you said."
that person - it would not even be possible, if you
are about to react towards them in anger. All you
When you really notice your bouts of anger and
need to do is to create a little breathing space,
stop to say this to yourself, you are teaching
remind yourself there are good
yourself you are responsible for
things about this person. And so
your emotions. So always try to
you can react from a more calm
start by admitting you chose to restandpoint. You shall also feel betact in an angry way.
ter, because you realize you can
work your emotions - you are not
Tip #2: On A Count to Three…
at their mercy.
Secondly - remember the good old
"count to ten"? I use it too, sort of.
Tip #3: Three More...
If you wish to take this even further, after the
Usually when you have a conversation with
situation is over, think of three more things that
someone, you can have little pauses. I use this to went well for you.
count to three - namely I count three good things
about this person before I answer (and yes, it can You may even write your successes in a little
be pretty hard, if you feel like your blood is boilnotebook - that way you can see your progress. It
ing). Three things won´t take long, so the pause is very motivating!
doesn´t seem too long either.
Tip #4: Reward
If you did well, reward yourself. Give yourself
So say "Hmm...." and think of three things that
something nice. Rent a movie. Buy a book you
are good about this person that annoys you.
like. Or maybe treat yourself to a nice restaurant.
If it is a parent (and oh boy do they know how to It is important that you "pat yourself on the back"
press our buttons...), you might think something for succeeding.
like:"He built me that kite when I was a small
Once you learn to control your anger more, the
child and we had lots of fun flying it. Oh, and he
is always ready to baby sit when needed. He re- feeling of control in itself is reward enough.
At first this positive attitude tip may feel strange,
paired the garage door for me."
but just keep using it for a month and then evaluOr if it is a coworker, you might think along the
ate.
lines of "She is very good at handling difficult customers. She tells really funny jokes. She compli- I think you will notice a difference!
ments my looks often."
Read more: http://www.inspirational-shortOr maybe it is someone behind the counter,
someone you have never met? Well you can then stories.com/anger-managementtips.html#ixzz20K87JdgH
think "She is working here to help me. Her hair
June Sunshine Award Winner!
Don L. & Erma L.
Don & Erma were nominated by Judy T. We received two nominations for the July
Sunshine Award. Congratulations Don & Erma for being outstanding residents of
Kearney Manor! We appreciate YOU!
“They are two of our friendliest neighbors. Don always has a smile and greeting for
everyone. Erma is always ready to participate in activities with an encouraging word
for all. They are welcoming to new residents and show an interest in others. Don &
Erma have been married for 60 years. Quite an accomplishment!”
Nominated by Judy T.
Also, a special thank you and congratulations to all others who made or
received nominations for the month of May. We appreciate the kindness you
spread in our Kearney Manor community!
July Nominee
Nominated By
Gary B.
Mabel P.
We will save the nominations from month to month and reconsider them, but
welcome and encourage new and additional nominations for our outstanding
residents! Nominations will be received through the 5th of the month and then
selection process will occur at the second KHA staff meeting each month.
Again, much thanks to all residents and staff for your help on this!
Local Farmer’s Markets
Kearney Area Farmer’s Market
K-Mart Parking Lot
Wednesdays 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Saturdays 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
Herrick’s Produce Truck
Kearney Manor in front
of the KHA Pavilion
Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Market Place on 24th St
Downtown Kearney
Between Central Ave and Ave A
June 9-October 12
Saturdays 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Orscheln Farm & Home Supply
910 Third Ave
Tuesdays 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Kearney Manor Tenant Association
July 9, 2012 Meeting Minutes
The Kearney Manor Tenant Association was
called to order by President Jim with 14 residents
and 1 staff member present.
Jammers at 11am and a movie, “Iron Lady,” will
be shown at 1pm. A My Plate Nutrition Program
will be held July 25 at 3pm. On July 27 there will
be Free Table from 10am-12:30pm and Sunshine
Award Recognition at 12pm.
Old Business:
Yvonne made a motion and Linda seconded the
motion to approve the minutes on the last meeting Yvonne made a motion and Vada seconded the
as printed in the Messenger. The motion carried. motion for the Kearney Manor Tenant Association
to give Linda and Paul $25 for the ice cream.
Treasurer’s Report:
Motion carried.
Arlene gave the Treasurer’s Report. We had an
opening balance of $612.90 with $30.00 in petty Inez made a motion and Carol seconded the
cash. We have an ending balance of $618.12.
motion to have Yvonne purchase cookies for the
Linda made a motion and Carol seconded the
ice cream social. Motion carried.
motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report. The
New Business:
motion carried.
Vada won the drawing for the free meal ticket.
Martha was absent so we did not have a report on
It was suggested to have a potluck in August.
cards sent.
Both the 3rd Tuesday and 3rd Thursday were
Announcements Given by Misty:
offered. We had a hand vote on each date, and the
Herrick Produce will come on Wednesdays from 3rd Thursday won. There will be a potluck on
3-4pm until they run out of produce. Outdoor
Thursday, August 16 at 5:30 p.m. Residents need
Yard Games will be each Monday from 10-11am. to either bring a dish or $3.00.
Ceramics are July 12 from 1-3pm. Wheel of
Fortune Tournament will be held July 13 at 1pm. Linda made a motion and Leila seconded the
motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion
Church Service will be July 18 at 1pm. The
Birthday Dinner will be July 20 at 11:30am. Paul carried. The meeting adjourned.
and Linda will hold an ice cream social on July 21
Submitted by:
at 3pm. On July 25 we will have Country
Mary, Secretary
August Tenant Association Activities...
Tenant Meeting • Monday, August 13
Join the Tenant Association at 1:00 p.m. at the Pavilion to plan
social activities.
Potluck • Thursday, August 16
A Potluck will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the Pavilion. Please bring a covered dish
to share or $3.00 per person. Also bring your own table service (plate, cup,
silverware and napkin) and a serving utensil for your dish.
August Movie:
AUGUST BIRTHDAYS
DAY
2
3
5
6
6
11
12
12
18
22
23
23
28
30
“My Week with Marilyn”
RONALD
NANCY
AMANDA
CAROL
GEORGE
JUDY
SHERI
GERI
OPAL
FRANCES
VALORIE
TWYLA
LEEANNE
DENNIS
Tuesday, August 28
1:00 p.m.
KHA Pavilion
STAFF BIRTHDAYS
6
9
10
15
KERRY SMITH
RICH WHITE
MISTY HASSELQUIST
CARL BEANS
STAFF ANNIVERSARIES
8
DEREK & JENNIFER BROWN
Based on the famously missing chapter in Colin Clark's
memoir The Prince, the Showgirl and Me, My Week
With Marilyn reveals the enchanted week that the thenlowly production assistant spent
with the most famous celebrity of
the era during the production of the
classic 1957 comedy romance The
Prince and the Showgirl. The year
was 1956. Colin Clark was an
ambitious 23-year-old determined
to make a name for himself in film.
As summer gets underway, Clark
manages to land a position as a
production assistant on the film The
Prince and the Showgirl, starring
Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams) and Sir Laurence
Olivier (Kenneth Branagh). Monroe had just gotten
married to playwright Arthur Miller (Dougray Scott), and
the newlyweds were on their honeymoon as production
got underway. Later, when Miller leaves, young Clark
seizes the opportunity to befriend the platinum blonde
beauty, and give her a taste of everyday life in England -far away from the bright lights of Hollywood and the
suffocating pressures of fame. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
Rated: R
"The willingness to forgive is a sign of spiritual and emotional
maturity. It is one of the great virtues to which we all should aspire.
Imagine a world filled with individuals willing both to apologize and
to accept an apology. Is there any problem that could not be solved
among people who possessed the humility and largeness of spirit
and soul to do either -- or both -- when needed?"
-- Gordon B. Hinckley
July 2012
Word Pictures
1. Channel surfing
2. You’re overruled.
3. Upscale
4. House of cards
5. Changing political fortunes
6. Just between you and me
7. Step stool
8. Nothing between the ears
9. Flip flop
10. Stress reductions
11. Chorus lines
12. No-fault insurance
Pest Management Contract
KHA has entered into a pest management contract.
The Kearney Manor apartments have been divided into
3 parcels and pest management services with a KHA
staff person will be entering your apartment every 3
months to service your apartment. You will be given
notice of the date that your apartment is scheduled for
service in the newsletter.
If you are on oxygen or are sensitive to “sprays,” you
may choose not to have your apartment treated. Please
call the office to tell us if you do not want your
apartment treated. However if you choose not to have
your apartment treated, regardless we will enter your
apartment observe if there is an infestation or a potential
for an infestation. The service will be conducted the
2nd Tuesday of the month between 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
The schedule is as follows:
Apartments
1-47
January
April
60-103
March
June
104-139 February May
July
October
September December
August
November
Notice: Kearney Manor Apartments
88-93, 104-139
Pest Management Services will be conducted
in your apartments on Tuesday, August 14
between 1:00- 5:00 p.m. If you are not
home, a door tag will be left. Thank you for
your cooperation.
August Activities
Ceramics with Donna
Thursday, August 9; 1-3 p.m.
Donna will be bringing some fun and
seasonal items. If you’d like to attend,
please sign up on the list at the Pavilion.
There will be a supply fee of
approximately $4-5 depending on items
chosen.
Outdoor Yard Games
Mondays, August 13, 20, 27; 10 a.m.
Join us for some fun, recreation and a little
exercise as we play several different yard
games including bocce, ladder ball, lawn
darts and croquet.
Summer Poetry Reading
Tuesday, August 14; 3 p.m.
Retired educator, Cliff Sovereign will be at
the Pavilion to share some summer
poetry. We will reminisce back to the good
old days of summer while enjoying some
cookies and tea. Please sign up at the
Pavilion.
Church Service
Wednesday, August 15; 1 p.m.
Pastor Michelle Reed and Pastor Charles
Kelliher are teaming up to provide a
service to the residents of Kearney Manor.
We welcome your presence with us!
Wheel of Fortune Wii Tournament
Friday, August 17; 1 p.m.
Join us for a little friendly competition on
the Wii as we declare a Wheel of Fortune
Winner! You must sign up at the Pavilion
to play.
Country Jammers
Tuesday, August 28; 11 a.m.
Come join us at the KHA Pavilion for
some musical entertainment with the
Country Jammers.
Inspection Notice!
Kearney Manor
Apartments 60-103
August 20-24
Maintenance will be doing
physical inspections of your
unit from 9am-5pm. They will start
on one end and work their way
through. If you are not at home, Carl
will leave a note as to a specific time
he will be back to inspect regardless if
you are home or not.
Please Note!
Kearney Housing Agency’s
Spanish Interpreter, Alicia, will
not be available from Tuesday,
July 31 to Tuesday, August 7.
Free Mental Health
Counseling Available
at University
There is free Mental Health Counseling
for children, teens and adults available at
the University of
Nebraska at
Kearney. Services
are available for
individuals, couples
and families, and
are offered yearround. Those
participating will work with a graduate
student who is training to be a counselor
and will be supervised by faculty
members who are licensed mental health
professionals. For more information
please call (308) 865-8508 and leave
your name and phone number to set up
an appointment.
Congregate Meal Program
Closed for Renovations
August 6-10
Other Meal Options in the Community:
Meals on Wheels (308) 865-7197
($4.01 charge per meal, meal delivered to your home between 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., must
meet homebound criteria, must call at least 3 days in advance)
Peterson Senior Center (308) 233-3290
($3.50 suggested contribution for 60 and older, $5.00 set rate for under 60 years, meals are
served at the Peterson Senior Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., must call in by 9:30 a.m. to
reserve your meal)
Kearney Housing Agency
2715 Avenue I
P.O. Box 1236
Kearney, NE 68848-1236
Telephone: (308) 234-3000 V/TDD Fax: (308) 237-3113
Web Site: www.khaweb.com E-mail: [email protected]
Public Housing Residents
“GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY”
Section 12(c) of the United States Housing Act enacted on October 12, 1998, as section 512 of the Quality Housing and Work
Responsibility Act of 1998, contains a community service and self-sufficiency requirement that every adult resident of public housing contribute eight hours of community service each month, or participate in an economic self-sufficiency program for eight hours
each month (or a combination of volunteer and self-sufficiency activities). This requirement is known as the Community Service and Self-Sufficiency Requirement OR CSSR.
Status that will not require residents to complete additional volunteer or self-sufficiency activities:
 You are a Public Housing resident--62 years of age or older
 You are a Public Housing resident who is blind or disabled (as defined under section 216[i][l] or 1614 of the Social Security
Act), and have not been gainfully employed in the last 12 months, and certify you are unable to complete volunteer activities.

You are a primary caretaker of an individual who is disabled or is blind/visually impaired (not a fulltime student).

You are actively participating in an Economic Self-Sufficiency Program --8 hours per month.
(job training, employment counseling, work placement, basic skills training, education, English proficiency, workfare, financial or
household management, apprenticeships (formal or informal), or any other program necessary to ready a participant to work
(such as substance abuse or mental health treatment)
 You are engaged in work activities. This means you are meeting one of the following work activities-►Working--Minimum hours--30 hours per week
►Single parent working household with child(ren) under 6 years--20 hours per week
►Self employed residents-gross annual income divided by 52 weeks per year divided by the current federal or state minimum wage.
►Exempted from work activity under the state program funded welfare to work program.
►A family member of a family receiving assistance under a state welfare program of Nebraska, and is in compliance with
such program.
 Work Activities include:
►Unsubsidized employment
►Subsidized private sector employment
►Subsidized public sector employment
►Work experience
►On the job training.
►Job search and job readiness assistance.
►Vocational educational training (12 months)
►Job skills training directly related to employment
►Education---that will result in high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalency (GED)
►Satisfactory attendance at secondary school or in a course of study leading to a GED
►Satisfactory attendance in post secondary educational program, and has not previously completed a post secondary educational program. (fulltime status 12 credit hours)
It is the responsibility of the Public Housing resident to notify Kearney Housing Agency immediately if there is a change in their
status. Failure to do so can result in non-compliance with the Community Service policy and can result in loss of your housing
assistance.
The services of a Spanish speaking interpreter are provided to all applicants and residents, at no cost to the applicant or resident.
_______________ Equal Housing Opportunity ___________________
KHA does not discriminate on the basis of handicap, race, color, religion, sex, familial status or national origin in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment
in it’s federally assisted programs and activities.
Kearney Housing Agency
2715 Avenue I
P.O. Box 1236
Kearney, NE 68848-1236
Telephone: (308) 234-3000 V/TDD Fax: (308) 237-3113
Web Site: www.khaweb.com E-mail: [email protected]
Residentes de Viviendas Públicas
“DANDO DE NUEVO A LA COMUNIDAD”
La sección 12 (c) del Acto de Viviendas de Estados Unidos ha promulgado el 12 de octubre de 1998, como sección 512 del Acto de
la Calidad de Viviendas y Responsabilidad de Trabajar de 1998, contiene un requisito del servicio de comunidad y de la autosuficiencia, requisito que cada residente adulto de la vivienda pública y debe contribuir ocho horas de servicio de comunidad cada mes, o
participar en un programa económico de la autosuficiencia por ocho horas cada mes (o una combinación del voluntario y de las actividades de la autosuficiencia). Este requisito se conoce como el requisito de la autosuficiencia y el servicio de la comunidad
O CSSR.
Estado que no requerirá a residentes terminar actividades adicionales del voluntario o de la autosuficiencia:
 Usted es un residente de la Vivienda Pública--62 años de la edad o más viejo
 Usted es un residente de la Vivienda Pública que esta ciego o minusválido (según lo definido bajo sección 216 [i] [l] o 1614 del
Acto de la Seguridad Social), y no ha conseguido empleo en los 12 meses pasados, y le certifica que no puede terminar las actividades voluntarias.
 Usted es vigilante primario de un individuo minusválido o ciego /deteriorado visualmente (no un estudiante a tiempo completo).
 Usted está participando activamente en un Programa Económico de la Autosuficiencia --8 horas por mes. (entrenamiento del trabajo, asesoramiento del empleo, colocación del trabajo, habilidades básicas que entrenan, educación, habilidad inglesa, Trabajo de
obra, financiera o administración de casa de familia, aprendizajes (formales o informales), o cualquier otro programa necesario para
alistar a un participante para trabajar (por ejemplo tratamiento abuso de la sustancia o el tratamiento mental de la salud)
 Usted esta contratado en actividades del trabajo Esto significa que usted esta cumpliendo con una de las actividades.
►Trabajando --Horas mínimas--30 horas por semana
►Casa de trabajo del solo padre con el niño (s) bajo 6 años--20 horas por semana
►Residentes empleos por su propio, gruesa ingreso anual es dividió por 52 semanas por el año, y dividido por el salario mínimo federal o del estado actual.
►Eximido de actividad del trabajo bajo programa del estado financió bienestar al programa de trabajo.
►Un miembro de la familia de una familia que recibe ayuda bajo programa del bienestar del estado de Nebraska, y
está de acuerdo con tal programa.
 Actividades de Trabajo incluye:
►Empleo Sin Subvencion
►Empleo subvencionado del sector privado
►Empleo subvencionado del sector público
►Experiencia de Trabajo
►En el entrenamiento del trabajo.
►Búsqueda del trabajo y ayuda de la preparación del trabajo.
►Entrenamiento educativo vocacional,(12 mes)
►Entrenamiento de habilidades de trabajo relacionado directamente con el empleo
►Educación---eso dará lugar a diploma de la High School secundaria o a un certificado de la equivalencia de la High School
secundaria (GED)
►Atención satisfactoria en la escuela secundaria o en un curso del estudio que conduce a un GED
►La atención satisfactoria en programa educativo secundario del poste, y no ha terminado previamente un programa educativo
secundario del poste. (estado a tiempo completo 12 horas del crédito)
Es la responsabilidad del residente de la Vivienda Pública notificar la Agencia de Viviendas de Kearney inmediatamente si hay un
cambio en su estado. La falta de hacer puede dar lugar a incumplimiento con la política del servicio de comunidad y puede dar lugar
a pérdida de su ayuda de su casa.
Los servicios de un intérprete de habla hispana se proporcionan a todos los aspirantes y residentes, en ningún coste al aspirante o al residente.
_________________ Equal Housing Opportunity ___________________
KHA no discrimina en base de desventaja, de la raza, del color, de la religión, del sexo, del estado familial o del origen nacional en la admisión o del acceso a, o el
tratamiento o el empleo en él es programas y actividades federal asistidos.
NPPD seeks statewide conservation to address
high temps; high energy use around the clock
July 17, 2012
COLUMBUS, NE – High temperatures and drought
conditions are a challenging combination for Nebraskans who are trying to stay cool and irrigate crops during prime growing season. Combine these two conditions with unprecedented electrical loads that tax a
traditionally reliable transmission system and Nebraskans are in a unique situation.
“For 16 of the last 19 days, our customers’ electrical
load has peaked higher than the last record peak we
saw in 2006 of 2,671 megawatts,” said NPPD’s Vice
President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Kent.
“And the last three days have seen peaks over 2,800
megawatts.”
mission infrastructure in some parts of the state can
get congested with the amount of ‘traffic’ or power on
the lines,” explained Kent.
NPPD sends special messages to targeted radio stations in any specifically affected area, asking customers in that vicinity to reduce their electricity use.
“But statewide conservation can help, too,” said Kent.
“Nebraskans are known for helping their fellow Nebraskans. We hope if everyone chips in to reduce their
usage it can help us collectively manage through this
challenging time.”
While customer demand is typically highest between 3
p.m. and 8 p.m., NPPD is seeing a consistent increase
in energy use throughout the entire day. To combat
higher energy use, keep things cooler, and even lower
your electric bill:
The Nebraska Public Power District has enough generation from its power plants and market purchases to
meet customer demand, but temperatures are supposed
to stay high all week, irrigators still want to irrigate,

and people want to stay cool.

“It is the amount of power carried on our transmission 
lines that has elevated our concern and request for cus
tomers to reduce their electrical use,” said Kent.
High demand on the transmission lines can tax system
transformers, substations, and other equipment associated with power delivery. Brief outages can occur if
power lines become too overloaded. NPPD is urging
its end-use and wholesale utility customers to reduce
load when possible to preserve the integrity of the grid
and not overheat the lines or equipment.


Close window drapes and doors to unused
rooms
Shower, do dishes and laundry before 8 a.m.
Unplug or shut off unused appliances, gadgets
and lights
Bake in the morning before it gets hot
Grill outdoors or use your microwave
Dry laundry on a clothesline
Additional energy conservation tips are available at
www.nppd.com.
“Every kilowatt helps,” said Kent. “If those customers
ultimately connected to NPPD’s electrical grid turned
up their thermostats one or two degrees and rescheduled their routine activities to alternative times where
usage is less, we would expect to see reduced demand
“Like road construction during the summer, the transon the system as a whole.”
Staff have recently found more than one apartment that had the
air conditioner on and also had windows open. We must all do
our part to conserve energy especially during these hot,
dry summer months. If your air conditioner or heat is
on, PLEASE keep your windows and doors closed!
Tu e
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ROAST TURKEY
GRAVY
BREAD STUFFING
GREEN SALAD
EASY FRUIT DESSERT
29
POLISH SAUSAGE
COLE SLAW
MACARONI SALAD
FROZEN FRUIT CUP
21
HAMBURGER w/BUN
KETCHUP & MUSTARD
BAKED BEANS
MARINATED TOMATOES
WATERMELON
Country Jammers 28
CHICKEN TETRAZZINI
GARLIC BREAD
SPINACH
FOUR SEASONS FRUIT
20
GRILLED CHICKEN SALAD
BREAD STICK
5 CUP SALAD
COOKIE
27
TACO SALAD
COTTAGE CHEESE
SUMMER FRUIT CUP
Partial funding for this program is provided by the South Central Nebraska Area Agency on Aging.
30
YANKEE POT ROAST
BOILEDPOTATOES
GRAVY
GREEN BEANS
MANDARIN ORANGES
23
CHICKEN FRIED STEAK
MASHED POTATOES
CREAM GRAVY
BRUSSEL SPROUTS
BLUSHING APPLESAUCE
31
CHICKEN SALAD SAND
THREE BEAN SALAD
MIXED BERRIES
PUDDING
24
OVEN FRIED CHICKEN
POTATO SALAD
BROCCOLI
PEACH SLICES
CARROTS w/ONIONS
JELLO w/FRUIT
CAKE
MASHED POTATOES
KM Birthday Dinner 17
ROAST BEEF w/GRAVY
Church Service 15
16
GRILLED PORK CHOP
SWEET/SOUR CHICKEN
SWEET POTATO
RICE
SUMMER VEGGIES WINTER BLEND VEGGIES
FRESH FRUIT
APRICOT HALVES
14
DEB’S GOULASH
CUKE/TOMATO SALAD
STRAWBERRIES
w/BANANAS
NO MEALS
CLOSED FOR
RENOVATION
13
SLOPPY JOE ON A BUN
PICKLED BEETS
PASTA SALAD
FRUIT
Fri
3
MEATLOAF
MASHED POTATOES
GRAVY
BEETS
CINNAMON APPLESAUCE
9
10
2
BAKED TILAPIA
NOODLES ROMANOFF
COUNTRY TOMATOES
PEACH SLICES
Thu
NO MEALS
CLOSED FOR
RENOVATION
NO MEALS
CLOSED FOR
RENOVATION
NO MEALS
CLOSED FOR
RENOVATION
NO MEALS
CLOSED FOR
RENOVATION
7
8
1
GRILLED CHICKEN
LYONNAISE RICE
CARROTS
AMBROSIA SALAD
Wed
6
10:00 a.m. that day.
ALL MEALS ARE SERVED To request a meal you must call
the office no later than 12:00
WITH MILK, BREAD AND
noon the day prior.
OLEO. BREAD MAY BE
INCLUDED IN MAIN DISH
If you receive a daily meal no
ITEM.
changes can be made after
Mon
AUGUST 2012
26
19
13
12
Bingo 1:00
Mon
Commodities
Delivered
Pitch Club 1:00
Outdoor Yard Games
10:00-11:00
27
Pitch Club 2:00
Bingo 1:00
Outdoor Yard Games
10:00-11:00
20
Pitch Club 1:30
Tenant Meeting
1:00 p.m.
Outdoor Yard Games
10:00-11:00
Pitch Club 2:00
6
5
Sun
Bunco 1:00 p.m.
Wii Bowling
Bunco 1:00 p.m.
Game Day
1:30 p.m.
Wii Bowling
Movie, “My Week
With Marilyn”
1:00 p.m.
Country Jammers 11:00
28
21
Summer Poetry
Reading 3:00 p.m.
14
7
Tue
Ceramics
1:00-3:00 p.m.
T’ai Chi 3:15 p.m.
Canasta 1:30
Thu
Potluck 5:30 p.m.
T’ai Chi 3:15 p.m.
T’ai Chi 3:15 p.m.
Herrick Produce 3-4
T’ai Chi 3:15 p.m.
29
30
Canasta 1:30
Dominos 1:30 p.m.
Herrick Produce 3-4
22
23
Canasta 1:30
Dominos 1:30 p.m.
Herrick Produce 3-4
Dominos 1:30 p.m.
15
16
Canasta 1:30
Church Service 1:00
Herrick Produce 3-4
Wildlife 6:30 p.m.
8
9
Dominos 1:30 p.m.
Herrick Produce 3-4
1
2
Dominos 1:30 p.m.
Wed
Card Party 1:00
Card Party 1:00
Card Party 1:00
Free Table 10-12:30
31 Newsletters
Delivered
Card Party 1:00
Sunshine Award
Recognition 12:00
24
Wheel of Fortune
Tournament 1:00
Card Party 1:00
11:30 a.m.
17 Birthday Dinner
10
3
Fri
25
18
11
4
Sat
Kearney Housing Agency
2715 Avenue I
P.O. Box 1236
Kearney, NE 68848-1236
REMINDER
Rent is due on the 1st of the month and delinquent if not received
in our office by 5:00 p.m. on the 5th (unless the 5th falls ON a
holiday or weekend, then it will be the next business day).
Staff at the Pavilion or staff who deliver your meal
may not collect your rent. If you have difficulty
getting over to the office to pay your rent, you may
request addressed, stamped envelopes or you may
call the front office and front office staff will come to
your apartment to pick up your rent payment. Another option
would be to contact your bank to set up an automatic bill pay.

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