Cedar Creek Newsletter - November 13th, 2019
Cornhusker Country Music Theater in Louisville is located at 211 Main St.
You can try out our new dance floor or just sit back and enjoy the music!
We're a nonprofit 501 c 3 organization.
Like us on Facebook @ Cornhusker Country Music Theater!
7:30 ~ Saturday, Nov 23 ~ Cornhusker Jammers Band
7:oo, Saturday, December 7th ~ Annual Children's Xmas Show. Ask your child, 16 years and younger, if he or she would like to be in the show. They are welcomed to bring friends to join them on stage!
2019 No Limits Fall Activism Summit
Big Tobacco has a long history of marketing its deadly products to youth through manipulation and deception, and we’ve seen it all and had enough of it! As youth, we have the voice of change in this world and the power to make a positive difference. By using our voice, we will continue to stand up against Big Tobacco, bringing attention to the environmental impacts of tobacco products and marketing toward youth. Youth can empower, help guide and provide our peers with resources to create the change.
A few of the topics youth will learn about include No Limits and Big Tobacco 101, Big Tobacco’s history of manipulative marketing tactics, the positive difference youth are capable of making, how tobacco harms the environment, and how to take strategic steps in the right direction to make change a reality.
Here’s a quick summary:
When: November 16 – 17, 2019
Where: Divots Conference Center, Norfolk, NE
Cost: FREE (We’ll even pick you up!)
We’re looking for Nebraska youth who:
- Are 12–18 years old, in grades 7–12.
- Want to find out the truth behind Big Tobacco’s lies.
- Are willing to take action against tobacco in their community and state.
Do you need a group or sponsor?
Both individuals and groups are welcome. A group sponsor is encouraged but not required.
No Limits tries to provide transportation to and from the summit at no cost to participants. Our buses will be making several stops across the state. Here is a list of potential stops for the summit.
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Welcome to Village of Cedar Creek, Nebraska
Cedar Creek is an incorporated village. The original town is located on the south side of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad tracks. In 1969, the entire 5 lake area on the north side of the railroad tracks was incorporated with the original town.
In 1983 the U.S. Census Bureau ranked Cedar Creek as the 3rd richest Nebraska town based on median income figures. In the 2000 census, Cedar Creek was ranked 13th out of 537 Nebraska communities in order of highest income per capita. As of this date, Cedar Creek has the second highest valuation in Cass County at $54,323,267, ( Plattsmouth has the highest valuation) and Cedar Creek has the lowest levy in the county at .1316 with no bonds.
Keno, operated from the Cedar Creek Inn since 2005, has helped pay for several improvements at the 20 acre Village Park and for resurfacing of 9 miles of village streets. In 2009, the village will install a new ‘Welcome to Cedar Creek’ sign. The sign is being purchased with proceeds from the Cedar Creek Cookbook and with Keno funds. The sign, modeled after the Louisville welcome sign, will incorporate into the sign the original school bell, names of the founders, and Cedar Creek Volunteer Fire Department Memorials.
A few photographs of the ‘old Cedar Creek’ are displayed at the Cedar Creek Village Hall, additional pictures can be viewed at the Cass County Museum in Plattsmouth.