|THS WEEK'S BRIEFS: Sunday matinee movies; Social media class; School board meeting Feb. 9|
|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Thursday, 02 February 2012 18:08|
Chateau to offer Sunday matinees
Throughout the month of February the Chateau Theatre will offer a Sunday matinee showing each week’s movie in addition to the 7 p.m. showings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
Show time for the Sunday matinees will be 1 p.m. kicking off this week on Feb. 5 with “War Horse.”
Other movies that will be featured during Sunday afternoon matinees during February include “Beauty and the Beast - 3D,” “Joyful Noise,” and “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.”
Movie sponsors this month are Valley Bank and Trust and Southwest Public Power District.
Cost of admission a the Chateau Theatre is $5 person, with an extra $1 charged during 3D movies.
Social media class to be offered in Wauneta
Mid-Plains Community College will be offering a short course on social media on Tuesday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. MT, beginning Feb. 7 and concluding March 6.
Jan Coone of Wauneta will help those enrolled in the class learn how to connect with family and friends via the Internet, sharing pictures, videos and information and how to best use privacy settings.
Introductory information will be presented regarding Facebook, Google Docs, Flickr, Twitter and You Tube.
Late start planned at Wau-Pal Monday
Parents are reminded that a two-hour late start is planned at Wauneta-Palisade Schools this Monday.
School board meeting coming up Feb. 9
February’s regular meeting of the Wauneta-Palisade School Board will be held on Thursday, Feb. 9. instead of the second Monday of the month when it’s typically schedule.
The school board will hold a board retreat, which is open to the public, prior to the school board meeting.
The retreat will be held at HomeTown Agency beginning at 10 a.m. MT/11 a.m. CT with the board meeting planned for 3 p.m. MT/4 p.m. CT at the Wauneta Attendance Center.
Champion Mill bill is now in committee
A legislative bill that would transfer ownership of Champion Mill State Park and State Recreation Area from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) to Chase County is in the Nebraska Legislature’s Natural Resources Committee, awaiting arrival on the floor of the legislature.
State Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial introduced LB 739 after the NGPC approved the transfer at a meeting Jan. 20.
The Chase County Commissioners had previously approved the request at a Nov. 22 meeting.
The transfer issue surfaced when NGPC sought to transfer ownership to a local entity last summer as a cost-cutting measure.
Commissioner Jodi Thompson said the county can still step away from the project. After legislative approval, she said, “At that point we’ll sit down with Game and Parks and work out” details of the transfer, including any necessary repairs prior to acceptance of the mill and park on July 1.
Women’s Ag Conference set for Kearney
This year’s theme for Nebraska’s annual Women in Agriculture Conference is “Innovation for the Future.”
More than 30 workshops will be spread out over five sessions throughout the conference at the Holiday Inn in Kearney.
Early registration of $100 is due by Feb. 10. The conference is scheduled for Feb. 23-24.
Registration and more information are available at http://wia.unl.edu or by calling 800-535-3456.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 02 February 2012 18:10|