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Turkey Giveaway To Be Monday

November 21, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

If you’re hungry, you had better get busy because time is slipping away. The Elgin Community Club’s annual free Turkey Giveaway will be held Monday afternoon, November 24.
Persons wishing to be included in the drawings need to visit participating businesses no later than noon on November 24.
Participating businesses giving away free turkeys are:
• Bank of Elgin
• Bargain Box
• Boone & Antelope Mutual Insurance Co.
• Central Valley Ag Locations — Agronomy, Grain & Feed, Lumber & Hardware
• City Limits
• Coffeehouse Café
• Dean’s Market
• Draper Insurance Agency, Inc.
• Dvorak Construction (at CVA Lumber)
• Elgin Appliance & More/Dollar $tore & More
• Elgin Insurance Services
• Elgin One Stop/Sleepin Inn
• Elgin Pharmacy & Gifts
• Elgin Review
• Elgin Veterans’ Medical Clinic/Boone Co-unty Health Center
• Golden Living Center (at EHS, PJCC & Elgin Community Center)
• Insurance Mart
• Jerry’s Feed Service
• Jonny Dodge
• Lordemann Insurance
• Precision Repair
• Sapp Bros
• The Station
• DJ Lawn Care (at Jonny Dodge)
• Antelope County Vet Clinic
• Total Image Salon & Spa
• Town & Country Veterinary Clinic
Once the names are drawn, businesses will need to contact the newspaper office with the winners’ names by 4 p.m. that day to make sure no one wins more than one turkey.
Winners’ names will be published in next week’s newspaper and posted online at www.elginreview.com.

Pope John Paper Drive Is Saturday

November 21, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Pope John students will hold a paper drive on November 22.
Those in the Joshua and Francis Houses are in charge of the project.  The following are contact persons:
Clearwater, Rural St. John and Ewing — Scott Moser (402-485-9252)
Neligh — Jon Meis (402-843-0373)
Petersburg and Raeville — Kalin Henn (402-843-6110)
Elgin — Zach Eischeid (402-843-5987) and Sister Pat (402-843-5461)
Items to be collected are:
1. Newspapers, phone books, paperbacks and shredded paper
2. Magazines, slick papers and mailings
3. Only flattened cereal boxes, etc., of that quality
Please note: If at all possible, have papers bagged, (brown bags or plastic), but not put in cardboard boxes. We may not collect corrugated cardboard boxes, hard covered books (unless the covers are removed), spiral notebooks, calendars, manuals, etc.
Please have the materials at the pick-up locations by 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, or placed in the protected are in front of the St. Boniface Gym no sooner than Friday, but no later than 10 a.m. on Saturday.

Kallhoff Graduates From Lackland AFB

November 20, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

kallhoff-air-forceTechnical Sergeant Jeffrey Kallhoff, son of Lyla and Dale Kallhoff of Neligh, graduated from Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX on November 13, 2014. Jeffrey finished his schooling there with excellence instruction and distinguished graduate war recipient where he is receiving his new hat as a Military Training Instructor. Jeff will be leaving Offutt Air Force Base out of Bellevue, NE on December 1 where he will be stationed down in San Antonio, TX. Photo, information submitted

EHS One-Act To Give Public Performance Sunday Night

November 13, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The public is invited to attend a performace of a one-act play at Elgin High School.
“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Fifth Period” will be performed for the community on Sunday evening, November 16. According to Amy Klein, the performance, free to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.

Gear Box Blamed For Corn Field Fire

November 13, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

A hot gearbox under a corn head is being blamed for a fire in a corn field farmed by Mike Zegers. The field, being combined south and west of Elgin, caught fire shortly after noon on Saturday.
According to Elgin Fire Chief Jim Kittelsen, the call was received by the department shortly before 1 p.m. By the time fire crews arrived on the scene, it had been pretty well contained with the help of a disc.
Kittelsen said approximately one quarter of an acre of standing corn was burned.

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