Childbirthing classes will be offered at Antelope Memorial hospital during the month of July Classes will be held in the O.T. Room on Tuesday, July 7, 14 and 21, at 7 p.m.
Childbirthing classes consist of three weeks of practice with breathing and exercises preparing expectant parents for the delivery of their child.
There is a $15 charge for childbirthing classes. You are encouraged to take Pre-Natal early in your pregnancy and to take childbirthing 4-6 weeks before your due date.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Christie Carr, RN, 887-5499. Pre-registration is necessary. Please call the instructor to register.
Several Northeast Community College utility line students recently brought home awards from a Utility Line Rodeo hosted by Metropolitan Community College in Omaha. Some 128 students from nine different colleges from seven states were represented in the competition. Northeast fielded three teams with a total of 12 students.
The following students were part of teams that placed at the competition.
Brad Christo of Albion, was a member of a Northeast team that placed third on the written test.
Another team, which Andrew Wallin of Newman Grove and Marc Pelster, Petersburg, placed first in cross arm change out. Wallin placed fourth individually in that competition.
Healthy baby girl Madeline Marie Thiele was born May 19, 2009 to Kevin Thiele and Sarah (Linnaus) Thiele. 1998 and 1999 graduates of Pope John.
She is their first born and weighed 8 lbs, 10 oz. and was 21 inches long. The Thieles’s live near Wahoo, NE.
Highway 14 Association Inc. will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, July 2, 2009 at the First National Bank & Trust Community Room at 3rd and Broadway in Fullerton starting at 10 a.m. The meeting should conclude at 2 p.m.
Members and guests are asked to RSVP Gretchen Treadway by e-mailing her at email@example.com or by calling 308-536-2374 or 550-0417.
Members are asked to bring community posters of events to exchange and also articles/memorabilia for the scrapbook. Anyone interested in regional tourism is invited to attend.
Stitch and Chatter Club met at the Homestead, June 4 at 2:00 p.m. with six members present. The purpose of the meeting was to decide if we should continue or discontinue as a club.
The consensus of the group was to continue on, but only as a social club, meeting annually in May, which was the month of the organization of the club.
Stitch and Chatter Club was organized May 1, 1952, at the home of Marjorie Beeson.