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HELP WANTED: 

* Come be one of the main lifelines of basketball: a high school coach! Ainsworth Community Schools is looking for a high school boys basketball coach. This is your chance to transmit the love of the sport of basketball to the next generation and help foster a sense of community in the school. It’s always a great day to be a bulldog! If you’re motivated to take over the program, please contact Luke Wroblewski, Athletic Director at Ainsworth Community Schools by calling 387-2082.

* The Ainsworth Senior Center is looking for a Manager who would be responsible for over-all day to day operations of the center, coordinating with the Area Agency on Aging. If you’re self motivated, organized, have the ability to multi task and are great with people – this could be the fit for you! It’s a very rewarding position with flexible scheduling, typically Monday through Friday. Could easily coincide with children’s school schedule. Pick up your application at the Ainsworth Senior Center, 234 West 2nd Street or call 387-0777 for more information.

* A generous heart, kind speech and compassion are things which renew humanity. Come join the team at the Brown County Hospital, full time and part time positions are available for RNs, LPNs and Dietary Cooks, a full time position is also available in housekeeping. Earn a very competitive wage and an outstanding benefits package is offered for full time employees! Contact Tawny Allen or Lisa Fischer, Human Resources by calling 387-2800 or email tallen@browncountyhospital.org or
 lfischer@browncountyhospital.org. You can complete an application online by going to www.browncountyhospital.org.

* Spring is all about new beginnings – NOW it’s your time to make more money and receive the amazing benefits you deserve! The Nebraska Department of Transportation is now accepting applications for a Highway Maintenance worker in Ainsworth AND in Springview. Receive great pay and an off the charts benefits package that not only will make you feel continually rewarded and appreciated for your work but also provides support to your
family, health, and financial future. Successful applicant will be trained to operate various types of Highway maintenance equipment. CDL will be required but don’t let that scare you off. NDOT offers paid CDL training. What can it hurt to be open to a different opportunity? NDOT encourages applicants of all ages and experience. Call and visit with Shaun to learn more at 387-2471. For a complete description and to apply log on to statejobs.nebraska.gov. Must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license to apply. NDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Let’s do some trash talking! The City of Ainsworth is looking to fill a full time position as a refuse operator. You get to operate the new garbage truck as well as other interdepartmental tasks and equipment operation within the City. A competitive wage is offered and a benefits package that includes health, dental, life, short term disability and retirement. Wages based on qualifications and experience. CDL is a must! The work required to keep Ainsworth clean is constant and unyielding. The City employees are not only up for that task, they’re excited about it. It’s an incredibly rewarding feeling to be a part of a team that makes such an important contribution to every Ainsworth residents’ quality of life. If you’re ready to talk trash – stop by the City Office at 606 East 4th Street to pick up your application or email admin@cityofainsworth.com. Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Get your career in gear! If you have your CDL, Thad Jones Trucking out of Ainsworth has your ‘well maintained’ truck and trailers ready to roll. Thad is looking to fill full time local and regional truck driving
positions for livestock/and or grain handling. CDL is a must. Very competitive pay is offered and a dedicated dispatch team designed to maximize your earning potential without you feeling overloaded. If you’ve got the drive…Thad Jones Trucking has got the miles. For more information or to apply, call Thad at 760-2116.

* The City of Bassett is currently accepting applications for a full time Utilities Assistant.  Duties include assisting with the maintenance of streets, operation of sewer and water systems, park and swimming pool. Drug testing and a valid Nebraska Drivers license are required. CDL is preferred.  Salary is negotiable.  A benefit package is offered with the position.  Applications may be picked up at the Bassett City Hall, 308 E Hwy 20.   Email requests for application to cityclerk@bassettnebr.com please include a resume with your application.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Return completed application and resume to City Clerk Kristy Beard.  For questions call 684-3966.

* Are you ready for a hands-on role in agriculture? Join Central Valley Ag as an Operations employee in Ainsworth and be a part of the action! From driving trucks and assisting with deliveries to maintaining equipment and ensuring top-notch customer service, you’ll wear many hats. Central Valley Ag offers competitive pay and benefits. A high school diploma or GED is a must, and a driver’s license is essential. A class A CDL with tanker and HazMat endorsements, along with a Commercial Applicators license is a big
plus. If you’re a self starter with a strong work ethic and a passion for agriculture, Central Valley Ag wants to hear from you. Visit CVA coop dot com to learn more.

* Ready to build together? Come experience the camaraderie of being on a great hard working crew, and take pride in work that can be appreciated for decades, knowing you’re creating lasting benefits for the people and communities you serve. Working with Hoover Concrete and Construction you get to have a different office view every day and who wouldn’t want to use power tools, drive a skid loader and operate finishing equipment? Plus No gym fees! Whether you want a construction partner you can trust to get the
job done right or want a career that will take you places, Whitten wants to hear from you! Full time positions are available immediately. VERY competitive pay and an incredible opportunity to learn a skilled craft. Call Whitten Hoover to learn more at 760-2236 or email wjhoov89@gmail.com.

* If you’re looking for a career that provides the highest level of personal and professional fulfillment by serving others, Cottonwood Villa in Ainsworth wants YOU! They offer their residents a special place to live, and their employees a wonderful place to work. They are now accepting applications for a full or part time Medication Aide/Caregiver. No certifications are required Training is provided on site. If you’re interested in a new career and really making a difference now’s the time to apply. If you have any questions or to apply contact Ann Fiala by calling 387-1000.

* Join the fun and have one of the best summer jobs around! The City of Ainsworth is now hiring ‘Seasonal’ Staff. Choose a rewarding summer job where you can have a direct, positive impact on the quality of life in Ainsworth. Being a lifeguard is an awesome way to earn money and keep the community safe. OR – you can ‘dive in’ to a variety of tasks in parks and recreation – from routine maintenance of buildings interiors and exteriors to meticulous grounds keeping and beautification, you get to work with and learn from the best! If you would like to offer your skills and enthusiasm to positively impact the lives of others in the community and get paid for
it, The City of Ainsworth has a position for you!  Contact the City Office for your application by calling 387-2494 or email
admin@cityofainsworth.com. Equal opportunity employer.

* Are you a problem solver who enjoys working with a variety of heavy equipment? Are you motivated, dependable and hard working? Come be an essential member of the Frontier Diesel crew. Be known for working with the best in the business as a Diesel Technician performing everything from routine and preventative maintenance to diagnosing and repairs, you can make from $27 – $38 per hour. Mechanical knowledge of diesel engines and
truck and trailer maintenance preferred. Good communication and customer service skills and the ability to multi task in a fast paced work environment are a must! Sign on bonus, profit sharing, health insurance reimbursement, dental, vision and life insurance, PTO and more. Plus there’s room to grow. If you are seeking career satisfaction and are ready to be a part of a dynamic team that works together like a well oiled machine stop by Frontier Diesel in Ainsworth for your application or call Bruce or Angie to learn more at 387-2635.

* Sandhill Equipment is looking to fill a Full time truck driver position to support their sales department with equipment delivery, transporting Ag Equipment to/from customers and/or between dealer facilities. Experience preferred however, it is not required – they’re willing to train! CDL (or ability to obtain) is a must. If you’re reliable, have knowledge of ag equipment, strapping down loads and hauling, this is the position for you. Great Pay, benefits and you’re home in the evenings. Stop in at Sandhill Equipment, just west of Bassett along Hwy. 20 to pick up your application
or call Brett to learn more at 684-2331.

* Central Valley Ag is searching for a dedicated Feed Production Technician to join our growing team in Ainsworth, Nebraska!  In this role, you’ll be responsible for mixing feed, ensuring optimal quality, and keeping our operation running smoothly.  We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package and a positive work environment.  If you’re a detailed-oriented individual with a strong work ethic and a passion for agriculture, this could be the perfect opportunity for you!  To learn more and apply, visit c-v-a co-op dot com back slash careers.

* If you have a passion for agriculture, are mechanically inclined, customer driven and are interested in better pay and being part of a great team, you will be right at home at Sandhill Equipment as a full time service technician performing general repair, preventative maintenance, servicing, trouble shooting and set up of hay equipment and other ag related equipment. If you’re self motivated and have tools – get them loaded up and come work independently at Sandhill Equipment, just west of Bassett. Stop in today for your application or call Dennis, Brett or Scott at 402-684- 2331.

* Are you looking for a new career? Join Central Valley Ag  today as a fuel delivery driver in the Ainsworth area. As a full time delivery driver, you’ll deliver refined fuels and propane, deliver top-notch customer service and be a part of a team that keeps the community moving. You’ll need a Class B CDL, a ‘can-do’ attitude, and a passion for safety. CVA offers competitive pay and great benefits. Fuel your career with CVA. Visit cvacoop.com\careers to apply today. Central Valley Ag, Growing Agriculture together.

* Do you like solving a wide range of mechanic problems? Are you looking for new challenges? As an automotive and diesel mechanic in Ainsworth with the Nebraska Department of Transportation, you’ll be a part of a supportive team that takes great pride in ensuring equipment is on the road, where it belongs, to help support safe travel through the state of Nebraska. This exceptional opportunity brings with it stability, very competitive pay, a great work life balance and an off the charts benefits package that include health, dental and vision insurance, ample paid time off, retirement, the list goes on and on! They provide tools, training, career development and advancement opportunities. To learn more, visit the Ainsworth Yard at 736 E. Fourth St., or call Matt at 402-387-2471. For a complete description and to apply log on to statejobs.nebraska.gov. NDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Are you ready for a change of pace? Seven Springs of Long Pine has a position for you. They are looking to fill a driver position, a CDL is NOT required and they are also looking for help in bottling.  Greatness is everywhere in the Sandhills, we’re fortunate enough to have the greatest water in the world right here, so come be a part of providing the crisp clean taste of Seven Springs water to everyone.  If you’re looking for work, give Todd Thornton a call today to learn more about what’s available at Seven Springs in Long Pine, phone 402-273-4295.

* Find your fix! Come work for Buckles Automotive Napa, where there’s never a dull moment. It’s a fast paced, high energy workplace that offers very competitive pay, merit increases, healthcare and cell phone allowances, store discount, plus locally owned, flexibility perks for ALL parts of life. Working at Buckles provides you unique opportunities to build long lasting community relationships in an environment where you can grow. If you want to be a part of something like that – Buckles Automotive Napa in
Ainsworth could be right where you belong. Stop in and visit with Dave or call 387-1171.

* Come be a part of a team that is compassionate about providing quality care to each of their residents! If you have the passion, The Sandhills Care Center in Ainsworth has a position for you. Charge nurses – RNs and LPNs, CNAs, dietary, housekeeping and laundry aides. BOTH full time and part time positions are available. Very competitive pay, insurance benefits for full time employees and flexible work schedules. All this in addition to being a part of a mission driven team that serves for the right reasons. It’s easy to apply, call Administrator Penny Jacobs at the Sandhills Care Center , where they’re proud to put people first. Phone 387-1294.

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* Local Agronomists, Innovative Insights! To better support the area, Erika Coulter and Wyatt Liewer, your Beck’s Seed Advisors are excited to announce that they have added to the Beck’s Team! They welcome Terry Kuchera of Bassett: 992-8391, Bryan Hoefer of O’Neill: 340-4685 and Curtis Lemburg of Ewing: 308-383-2126; now proudly serving farmers in north central Nebraska. Their committed to helping farmers innovate in an ever-changing industry. Everyone at Beck’s Hybrids would like to wish you a safe and successful 2024 planting season.

* Fencing Supplies – Fence installation: Schumacher Fencing offers affordable prices on everything you need to get your fences back to where they need to be for the upcoming grazing season. Posts, Redbrand and Staytuff Barb wire, DeWalt staples, staple guns and much more! Stop out anytime or call Linda for pricing at 760-0078. If you need new fence installed – Linda is the go-to gal and can get you in the books. From barbed wire to vinyl, countryside to curbside. They don’t just ‘set the bar’ in quality fencing, they go beyond it. Schumacher Fencing, East Hwy. 20, Ainsworth.

* They care about your air! Temperatures will be warming up soon, which means it’s time to think about your HVAC unit’s seasonal maintenance. Scheduling with Pro Electric & HVAC in Ainsworth will save you money by improving efficiency and reducing the chances of an unexpected breakdown. It will also help to extend the overall lifespan of your unit. This spring, make it a priority to schedule your AC for Maintenance, call Caleab at 760-1458 or Trent at 382-5535.

* If you don’t know what is available – how can you get your children the help that they need? DON’T Play ‘Wait and See’. Planning Region Team 17 provides Early Intervention Services for babies and young children to Rock, Brown, Keya Paha and Cherry Counties. Home and community based speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, early childhood special education and coordination services! Take that first step – contact your local school district or EDN Services Coordinator at 387-1035 Ext. 513. The more YOU know – the more they
can learn and grow!

* Time proven fencing solutions. Adding high quality barbed wire fencing or pipe corrals up’s your property value. Fencing is NOT an expense, but instead – an investment that is worth the price. If you’re looking for the best livestock fencing, you’ll find it with Logan’s Fencing. Call Logan Leonard at 925-8184 for barbed wire fencing and pipe corral installation. Over a decade of experience.

* Do you have equipment to sell? Call the name you can trust – Big Iron. With Big Iron you’ll receive full service from start to finish with our proven selling system. Your equipment is featured worldwide, and with our unreserved auctions, every item sells to the highest bidder. No buyer’s fee means more money in your pocket, and no more worrying about payment collection – Big Iron takes care of it all. For more information, call Logan Leonard at 925-8184.

FOR SALE:

* King size bed complete with mattress, frame, headboard and sheets. Call 387-2758.

* Angus Bull Calf, 1 week old. Call 760-2127.

* 2020 Ford F250 – white in color, it’s a diesel with 76,000 miles. Priced to sell. For pictures and more details call or text George Fredrich in Bassett at 760-0600.

* After 41 years, it is with much regret that May’s Repair and Manufacturing of Bassett will be going out of Business as of April 30th. They are now offering 10% cash and carry on all parts in stock. They are not running regular hours at this time so call Glen at 402-760-0735 to insure someone can meet you. They will continue to do some welding jobs as well as small contract labor jobs but will not be stocking parts. Shyenne has bought the Plasma Cam Machine and will continue making custom signs. You can reach
Shy’s Signs at 336-8385. This has been a very hard decision to
make….Glen, Linda and Shyenne would like to thank all of their customers for their continued support over the years.

FOR RENT:

* 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent – subject to waiting list/availability at the Bassett Housing Authority, 400 Panzer Street,
Bassett. A great place to live with no upkeep or maintenance. Lawn mowed and watered in the summer and sidewalks cleared and snow removed in the winter. All apartments are equipped with a gas range, refrigerator and washer and dryer. Utilities included are electricity, natural gas, water, sewer and garbage. For more information on availability or to get your application call 684-3329. If no answer, please leave a message. Office Hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8 a.m. – Noon and 1 – 5 p.m.

WANTED:

* Looking for any scrap – preferably metal and wire, furniture and etc., items able to be refurbished, and really anything that may have a chance at a second life, but you have no time and will otherwise be thrown away (for a hobby), they will pick up and take care of dumping what is not used. Also looking for work: if you need someone to do small odd jobs, yard work jobs or clean up please call Danny at 760-0650 or Lisa at 760-3301.

GARAGE SALES:

* Fascinating wares, handmade, antiques, repurposed, refurbished, large and small, odds and ends…FIND THEM, take the Ultimate Roadtrip. Bargain Buyway is BACK and better than ever, April 26th through the 28th, scour over 30 North Central Nebraska towns and backroads too! Allowing you to appreciate the beautiful countryside and the true hospitality of small town life, while enjoying the fun and excitement of shopping for treasures. For guidebook information go to bargainbuyway.com, you can print your own or download for FREE!

BULL SALES: 

* More value for your bull buying dollar! Monday, April 22, Brad and Lane Gambill present 32 Double G Registered Angus yearling Bulls along with eight 2-year-old registered Angus bulls from Kohle Cattle Company. Bidding starts at 2 p.m. with Mike Baxter, Auctioneer. Sire groups include Growth Fund, Monumental, Pay Weight, Enhance and Exclusive. 1 mile east and 3-1/4 mile south of Johnstown on Moonlake Avenue. First Season Guarantee. Free delivery or discount – so bring your trailers! Catalogs available upon request. Call Brad at 722-4288.

AUCTIONS:

* Doggone Good Auction: Start making plans NOW to be at the Stuart Auditorium on Saturday, April 20th for a Large Consignment Auction beginning at 10 am. They will be selling the home furnishings of Dr. Deb Lohmeyer of Ainsworth along with 15 other consigners! The furniture is going to be amazing. Couches,
recliners, side chairs, ottomans, dining sets, china hutch, buffets, bedroom furniture from twin to king, office desks and chairs, benches, all types of smaller tables and stands. Very nice collectibles including beer steins, Fenton baskets, lots of buttons. You’ll find every kind of interesting knick knack plus beautiful China, Depression glass and pottery. Tools and shop items including scaffolding, there’s a large mailbox, patio furniture and all kinds of garden tools. Come preview Friday evening, April 19th from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Then get your trailer hooked up so you’re prepared to bring back some nice pieces on Saturday! Check out the
pictures on facebook. As always there will be a food stand on site.

* The Keya Paha FFA Banquet will be held at the high school in Springview on Monday, April 22nd. Open house at 5:30 p.m. Banquet/meal will start at 6 with live auction to follow. Live auction includes Labor (all FFA members), as well as 16 chicks, a wood storage cart, canned Colorado peaches, Colorado Peach jam and more items pending!

* Don’t let your chance to bid get away! The Royce Greder Retirement Equipment Auction is coming up Saturday, April 27th a mile north of Hwy. 20 on the Norden Road, Johnstown. Sale time is at 10:30 a.m, live online bidding at noon. Royce has decided it’s time to fully retire from farming and ranching and will offer a nice line up of equipment. Tractors, hay machinery, 2 Nebraska brands, equipment, vehicles, trailers, tools and miscellaneous. Even the neighbors have consigned items on this sale, check out the sale bill and more information at www.mmauctionsllc.com and start making plans now to attend – take advantage of this opportunity to get some good usable equipment for your operation. If you have any questions contact Royce Greder, seller, phone 760-0444 or Matt McKay, phone 340-1209. M&M Auctions, LLC of O’Neill in charge – they’re ready to go to work for you.

* Estate Auction – Sunday April 28th at 1001 East State Street in Atkinson – Connie Schaaf Estate – seller. A very nice offering of household furniture and quilting supplies –  you’ll find vehicles including a 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan will wheel chair lift, a ’98 Mercury Sable LS 4 door, there’s also a John Deere riding mower and a push mower, plus shop and garden, lots of quilting and sewing items, household items include lots of small kitchen appliances, furniture, cabinets, jewelry stand; there’s antiques and collectibles over 10 crocks and lots of miscellaneous. There’s something for everyone – very good quality merchandise selling to the highest bidder so start making plans now to attend. Sale time is at 11 a.m. Make sure to check out the sale bill and lots of pictures at www.mmauctionsllc.com. M&M Auctions, Matt McKay in charge – phone 340-1209. They’re ready to go to work for you!

* Online Land Auction: Farmers National Company in O’Neill will be selling at Online Auction 218.737 +/- acres of quality pastureland in Rock County, Nebraska. Bidding starts Friday, May 3, 2024 at 8 am and closes Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at 10:30 am. This is a great opportunity to purchase a productive pasture with highway access that is available for the 2024 grazing season. This is Quality sub-irrigated pasture with nearly new fences all around. Hwy. 20 forms the south boundary of the pasture and is owner rated at 50 pairs for 5 months. Many areas are suitable for haying and it has excellent livestock water with a windmill and 2 tanks located in the cross-fence. There’s several water holes on the property plus cottonwood trees for livestock shade. This is great Rock County pasture!
Contact Dave Hickey Agent with Farmers National Company for more information, phone 340-4436. To register and bid go to fncbid.com.

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* Winners from the Buckles Automotive Customer Appreciation Day Open House:

Gear Wrench Set (metric) – De Schent
Gear Wrench Set – Evan Winters
Fence pliers – Terry Hollenbeck
Gear Wrench Screwdriver Set – Gary Morris
Carlyle Set – Michael Young
Weed Eater – Dorthy Mook
Charging Pack – Bill Worden
Napa Cup – Jamie McIntosh
Car Mount – Josh Smith
Coaster set – Tena Quinn
Coasters – Julie Hollopeter
Oil Change – Jade Egle
Steel Bottle – Duane Pfister
Power Bank – Jerry Denny
Bottle Opener – Roland Paddock
Carlyle Socket Set – Randy Priest
Caplight – Roger Painter
Storage Trays – Roel Hernandez
Key leash and bandana – Janell Hart
Car Wash Bucket – Rick Buoy
Charging Cord – Jon Davis

Winners can stop in anytime to pick up your prizes! Thank you to everyone who attended the Napa Customer Appreciation Open House and participated in any way in our Filter Sale Days.

* Friday Lunch Fiesta at the Connection! They’re featuring ALL your Mexican Food favorites like Taco’s with all the toppings! Smothered burritos, even Chitlins – plus Taco Salads, Spanish rice, refried beans and amazing desserts as always. Whether you like it spicy OR NOT – there’s great Mexican food for ALL serving this Friday from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. by free will donation. Use the back door in the alley for easy access. Valet parking is still available for those of you who need it. There’s no better way to FRIDAY than with good food. Good friends. Good fellowship. Don’t miss this Friday’s lunch Fiesta at the Connection on Main Street in Ainsworth.

* Baseball Players Wanted! There’s still time to get a team put together to be able to play ball this summer for Pony, Junior and Senior teams. Age 13 – 18. You have to be signed up by this Friday, call Mike Rudnick to get signed up by calling 760-2717.

* Known for its music scene, great food, cold beer and incredible atmosphere, The Springlake Angus Center is the areas live entertainment hub with locals, up and comers along with some of the top touring bands in the country lighting up their stage. If you love to Rock and Roll, dance to Kickin’ country or jam to everything in between, then don’t miss this Saturday’s night show as they welcome the live band Union Township/ Kitchen and Cash Bar open at 6 p.m, Union Township takes the stage at 9 p.m. at the Springlake Angus Center, 5 miles north of Stuart on 469th Avenue, then head east on 887th road – you’ll run right into it! Be sure to stay up to date with the SLAC Events by visiting them on Facebook.

*Come sing your heart out! This Saturday night, is Karaoke Night! Whether you get the nerve to sing or not, catching Karaoke at the Circle always makes for great entertainment. The opportunity to sit back with a cocktail and witness the whole spectrum of talent is a great time. Don’t miss Kopy Kat Karaoke this Saturday night from 9 p.m. until 1 p.m. at the Silver Circle in Ainsworth. 

* The heralding of Spring brings flowers in bloom, longer sun-lit days and the Sandhills Sage ‘Blooming Fresh’ Spring Opening Saturday, April 20th from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Sunday, April 21st from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Johnstown. When they do spring – they do it on a grand scale! Their newest collection of creations
at this fun and funky up-cycle shop boasts Blooming Fresh colors that bring a breath of fresh air into any space, those one-of-a-kind statement making furniture pieces and vendors will be bringing out their best too. Make sure to keep watch facebook for sneak peak photos.

* The Keya Paha FFA Chapter is excited to welcome you to the high school gym in Springview for their 9th annual banquet coming up Monday, April 22nd. Open house begins at 5:30 p.m. so you can check out SAE projects and auction items. Free meal/banquet starts at 6 p.m. Live Auction to follow at 6:30 p.m, featuring hardworking FFA members ready to roll up their sleeves PLUS 16
chicks, a wood storage cart, canned Colorado peaches, Colorado Peach jam and more items pending! They’ve pulled out all the stops to make this a memorable end of the year event, so come show your support and help celebrate the accomplishments of the Keya Paha FFA. Everyone is welcome and urged to attend.

* From the food we eat to the clothes we wear to the cars we drive and the homes we live in – it’s all connected to agriculture and THAT’s something to celebrate! The Ainsworth FFA Chapter Banquet is coming up Monday, April 22nd in the gym. Doors open at 6 p.m, opening ceremonies and meal begin at 6:30 p.m. Parents, members, guests – the public is invited to this no cost event. Many members will receive recognition for their achievements, hard work and dedication AND awards will be given. Come show your support and help us celebrate a great year.

* Tailgating that goes Beyond Burgers! For the Ainsworth Lions Club, it’s the communing crowd of friends and family coming together to embrace and celebrate the Bulldogs. Don’t miss the 56th Annual All Sports Tailgate Party event Tuesday, April 23rd in the McAndrew Gymnasium – they’ll be serving up burgers, beans, chips and dessert at 6 p.m. with athletic awards to follow. Tickets are just $10 at the door. All athletes, cheerleaders, pom squad members, coaches and coaches’ spouses are free – there is no cost
thanks to public support! Event sponsored by the Ainsworth Lions Club.

* When you call 911 with an emergency, you take for granted someone will be able to come at a moments notice. Our volunteer fire and ems departments do their best to make sure that happens, but are significantly lacking volunteers and support. It is a REAL issue beginning to take it’s toll. All are welcome to come watch the documentary “Working Fires – Volunteer Fire Departments in Crisis’ on Thursday, April 25th at 7 at the Ainsworth Grand Theater. Entry is by free will donation, It’s a fundraiser with proceeds being split between the 6 Brown County Fire and EMS Departments. Concessions will be available for purchase. In More than 450 Nebraska Communities, volunteers answer calls for help. But the system is sounding alarms. What happens if people stop volunteering for your local fire department?

* Work has begun on the front courthouse steps at the Rock County Courthouse. There is  no front access available until further notice. The public is asked to please call ahead for direction or use the drop box located behind the building, near the Sheriff’s entrance. They appreciate your patience during construction.

* After 40 years of dentistry Dr. Lurz has announced his retirement at the Bassett Dental Clinic. The past 40 years have been filled with many rewarding experiences and memorable patients. Dr. Lurz would like to take this time to say THANK YOU for your trust and confidence. He will be closing the Bassett Dental Clinic on April 30th.

* North Central District Health Department has released a request for proposals for an evaluator to assist with the upcoming Community Health Needs Assessment. The request is located at www.ncdhd.ne.gov and will be due May 1, 2024. For questions call 336-2406.

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