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Manor to offer Monday meals PDF E-mail

As of Monday, Hamilton Manor will begin to offer Monday noon meals to seniors, to fill a need that has arisen with the Frank M. Farr Senior Center’s decision to close Mondays as a cost-saving measure.

A notice offering Monday meals will be posted at the senior center, along with a list of menus for Mondays and a phone number for them to call. Depending on how many sign up for meals, Manor administration will decide whether to have them eat in the north wing or integrate them into the main dining room.

 
Ad hoc committee to consider joint-use facility in Hampton PDF E-mail

The Hampton School Board voted Monday to form an ad hoc committee with members of the village board and possibly the Hampton Lutheran School Board to consider working together on a joint-use facility.
Village board members floated the idea at their February and March meetings, due in part to concerns with an aging city hall/maintenance facility. There have been no formal discussions between the two groups, though school board president Matt Arndt said if there are any shared needs, he believes it makes sense to start talking together about that concept sooner than later.

 
MCC sale sets record PDF E-mail

Even though fewer items were on the auction block for this year’s Nebraska Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Relief Sale, it was another record year.
This year’s sale, held Friday and Saturday at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds, brought in $217,544.06, bringing the 34-year event’s total near the $4.6 million mark. It represented a 7.73 percent increase from the previous year’s fundraiser. For a detailed report, see this week's print or e-edition.

 
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