Hometown Happenings

HOT HOMETOWNS on KK93 – 04/03/2018

District Music Contest April 20th in Osmond
Fine Arts Concert May 1st

Here is what’s happening at St. Rose…
Wednesday, April 4: Sisters of Christ from Lincoln Visit & First Communion Practice 6:00
Thursday, April 5: 8th Grade Citizenship Trip to Lincoln
Friday, April 6: No School, Spring Break
Saturday, April 7: State History Day for 7/8 Grade Students, First Communion for 2nd Graders
Monday, April 9: Spring Raffle Kick Off, District Modern Woodmen Competition @ HCC 2:45
Thursday, April 12: 5th/6th Grade Band Concert @7:00
Monday, April 16: JH Track Meet @ HCC
Wednesday, April 18: Early Dismissal — Teacher Inservice School of Faith
Saturday, April 21: JH Track Meet @ Battle Creek
Monday, April 23: JH Track @ Hartington

Crofton Senior Center News:
Make sure to check out the Senior Center’s menu in the Crofton Journal for
delicious and affordable meals.
Free notary service available during open hours at the Center.

The Corps of Discovery Welcome Center presents a Nature Hunt and Blue Bird
Workshop on Saturday, April 21st at 9am. Start the morning with a nature
hunt with the opportunity to check out the blue bird trail and travel around
the welcome center searching for hidden trivia, then gear up for a
presentation from Bluebirds Across Nebraska and build your own blue bird
house. The cost of the workshop is $30, which includes your own blue bird
management manual and the materials to build you own blue bird box.
Refreshments and prizes are sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America.
Pre-register by April 10th. Find the Corps of Discovery Welcome Center on
facebook for more details or visit their website at

Crofton Fitness Classes at the City Auditorium on Tuesdays and Thursdays at
7:00pm. The fitness classes work for many different fitness levels. Get in
shape with others from the community!

We are looking forward to Spring! Crofton will be putting a perennial garden
at the entrance of the North Park, and volunteers are looking for anyone
wishing to share perennials to help start and develop the garden. If you
have perennials you’d like to donate, please contact Susie Hillman or the
City Office.

Crofton’s Youth Program meets in the city auditorium after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays when school is in session. All school-aged children are welcome to attend. The Youth Program offers activities, sports, and games for kids, and parents are welcome to attend with their children.

Main Street Treasures is a non-profit thrift store operated by volunteers. The store sells clothing, housewares, small furniture, small appliances, lawn & garden items, toys, baby stuff, hunting accessories, and other items. Proceeds benefit the Crofton area. Main Street Treasures is open Wednesdays 10am to 8pm, Thursdays and Fridays, 10am to 6pm, Saturdays 10am to 2pm, and the first Sunday of the month 10am to 1pm.

Crofton Community Club Bucks make GREAT gifts for teachers, pastors, employees, grown children, & friends! They can be redeemed at any of our member locations, keeping dollars right here in our community. A full list of members are available on our website www.crofton-nebraska.com. Please call ahead to order: Larry Cooper at Farmers & Merchants State Bank. 402-388-4344. These “Bucks” work just like a check and cannot be redeemed for cash, so it is best to order in small increments of $10-$20

The Crofton Community Club is always looking for individuals and businesses to strive for the future of Crofton. Dues are reasonable and help support activities in and around the Crofton area. Visit our website or like us on Facebook and print off a new member form, or ask a current member for information. We would love to add you or your business to our list of members! Please download the PDF membership form for both individuals/couples and businesses – HERE

Erin Dennis

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