As the saying goes . . . One person’s junk is another person’s treasures. That is certainly the case with the 2017 Junk Jaunt. Vendors from as far away as Iowa set up vendor booths in the Civic Center with the hopes of taking less home than they brought. For all of you that have room in your house or garage for a few more items, this is the event for you. Stop by the Civic Center to find those items you just can’t live without!
Senior Fitness classes continue in the gym every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 10 am. Contact Cindy Paustian at the Howard County Wellness Institute for registration information 308-754-4029.
We’re kicking it up a notch with La Bamba classes in the gym. It’s not to late to join. Classes are held every Wednesday. One class is from 10:00 – 11:00 am, and the other is from 6:15 – 7:00 pm. The classes are held on the following dates: September 6, 13, & 20, and October 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2017. Register when you attend your first class.
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer spent a few hours at the St. Paul Civic Center on August 24, 2017 to listen to comments and opinions of area residents.
The Red Cross blood drive was held at the Civic Center on Monday, August 28, 2017. It’s wonderful to have a building available for such an important community event.
Register now to play in the women’s volleyball league. Games start on September 17, 2017.
∗ $200 per team. Includes 8 weeks of league games plus a double-elimination tournament.
∗ Games will be played on Sunday nights beginning September 17, 2017 at the Civic Center gymnasium. Tournament is on Saturday, November 18, 2017.
∗ Players must be at least 18 years of age & out of High School.
∗ Individuals may only play on one team per night.
∗ Rally scoring will be used. Games will be 3 sets to 21, win by 2. Sets will have a point cap set at 25.
∗ USA Volleyball Rules will be used.
∗ Winning team will receive free registration for the next women’s volleyball league session.
Registration deadline is September 11, 2017
Registration forms available at the Civic Center office.
Members of the fundraising committee for the construction of the St Paul Area Civic and Recreational Center have received recent contributions from Archer Cooperative Credit Union and the Tom Dinsdale Advised Fund of the Grand Island Community Foundation.
For more information or to contribute to the St Paul Area Civic and Recreational Center, contact the St Paul Development Corporation at 308.754.4661, or firstname.lastname@example.org
“We are very pleased to be able to donate $10,000 to this great community project, especially since our portion will be able to be matched dollar for dollar by the Howard County Foundation challenge grant.” said Archer Cooperative Credit Union VP of Finance and Compliance Mike Kezeor. Pictured: Committee members: Fred Meyer, Mike Feeken, Brittni Meyer. ACCU’s Mike Kezeor and President & CEO Dan Poppe.
“It is with great pleasure that we award the St Paul Area Civic and Recreational Center with a $10,000 grant from the Tom Dinsdale Advised Fund of the Grand Island Community Foundation.” Pictured: Grand Island Community Foundation CEO Tammy Morris, Bob Dvorak, Troy Lukasiewicz, Joe Mlinar, Brian Lukasiewicz, Jerry Solko.
Whoa! It’s been a long time since an update has been made to this site and there are so many changes to talk about. Here we go with two major changes…
1. The project location has changed. Check out the reasons why in the FAQ section.
2. A gymnasium has been added to the project. Why? Again, check out the FAQ.
With the second installment payment of $20,000 by the St Paul Rotary Club, the capital campaign of the St Paul Area Civic Center begins the next funding phase focused on individual and family donors. The initial phase, which primarily centered on the support of the surrounding business community, helped raise over $530,000 toward the St Paul Area Civic Center, approaching half of the project goal of $1,200,000. Rotary Club President Mike Horn hands St Paul Development Corporation officers Fred Meyer and Joe Mlinar the second $20,000 check toward the Club’s overall five year commitment of $100,000.