The Air National Guard took a picture from above as they flew a KC-135 Stratotanker over Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk Monday as part of a flyover salute to healthcare professionals and all Nebraskans responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many Norfolkans stepped outside Monday to watch as the the Air National Guard flew a KC-135 Stratotanker over Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk as part of a flyover salute to healthcare professionals and all Nebraskans responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charlotte Guenther recently completed a marathon, walking/running 26.2 miles through the Nebraska Extension Marathon Kids program. “Through running, we show kids they can achieve more than they ever thought possible and put them on the path to healthier lives.”
Norfolk High seniors invited family, friends, teachers and coaches to drive by and honk and wave last Friday at the theater parking lot. Pictured are classmates Jared Ertzner (from left), Cole Hobza and John Canham.
The City of Norfolk got a little greener last week on Earth Day thanks to the efforts of the team at Norfolk Auto Center. Several employees spent a few hours collecting trash from areas off Pasewalk Avenue and the ditches on the West Highway 275 bypass. Over two truckloads of trash were collected.
The Norfolk Elks #653 served 90 veterans hamburgers, cheesy potatoes, beans, cupcakes and ice cream for their Valentine's meal last month. Seven Elks members and four volunteers helped, along with the staff.
The Norfolk Elks #653 participated in Read Aloud Norfolk at the Sunset Plaza in February. Participants played Plinko and tried their best attempt at the Rubik's cube. Three Elks members attended the booth with nearly 450 children stopping by.
Alecia Amezcua entered Elite Door's Christmas contest after struggling with this door for far too long. Alecia has needed a new garage door for awhile, but had much larger priorities — her daughter has had four brain surgeries in the past seven years and had a brain tumor that caused her to have severe epilepsy. We’re so happy that we are able to help the Amezcua family and relieve a little stress during the holiday season.
Erv Eisenmenger (left) and son Steve discuss details of a vertical Spread-All manure spreader, which was designed and manufactured at West Point Design at West Point, during a recent tour of the facility by members of the Nebraska FFA Alumni and Supporters. The firm is owned and operated by Erv and sons Steve and Chad. The FFA alumni organization conducted its two-day 2020 convention in the West Point-Wisner-Beemer area. Features included tours both days, annual meeting and awards banquet. The event was co-hosted by the West Point, Wisner-Pilger and North Bend FFA Alumni and Supporters…
The Norfolk Elks #653 held their annual memorial service in December to pay their respects to deceased members of the past lodge year: Douglas Dudley, Roland Voecks, David Eby, Tom Brogan and Warren Monson. Members enjoyed cake and ice cream and visiting after the service.
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