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Celebrate Easter 2021
Experience JOY as you encounter adorable animals.
Experience EXCITEMENT as you hear the Easter Story found in the Gospels.
Open 1:00 - 6:00 pm | March 26th , 27th, 28th 2021
This community outreach of the 3B Homestead, LLC is a free event. Donations are accepted at the event and on VENMO @ThreeB-Homestead
You are invited to a drive-through Easter event at the 3B Homestead in Murdock, Nebraska.
It is family-friendly and Covid-safe.
Bring a cell phone and listen to the podcast as your drive the path.
We offer two divine services: 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Breakfast potluck starts at 9:15 am and Sunday school follows.
I teach 5th and 6th graders and last week they learned about Lazarus and Jesus raising him from the dead in four days. I always love this lesson and so do the kids.
Maundy Thursday Divine Service Apr 1 @ 7:00
Good Friday, Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm
The 10:30 divine service is live-streamed every Sunday via Robin Kuhlman's Facebook Page.
Sermons are streamed on various podcasts including Spotify
Ladies Bible Study Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm
We still practice social distancing in the divine services. Because there is plenty of room at each service there is no need to receive a seating assignment from Pastor Kuhlman.
9:15 am - Sunday School for children and adults
10:30 am Divine Service
To Listen to last weeks Sermon Visit Pastor PodCast
Glimpse into Murdock History
Continuing with our new series to the weekly news.
During the 1950s Pastor Heim would document his home visits with parishioners by taking a photo. These are no ordinary photos, but COLOR photographs. In the 1950s this was almost unheard of then. It was cutting edge "technology". Thank you to Ramona Oehlerking for the video/images.
Thank you for the emails identifying Otto below. I found out he lived on the corner where Jerry Smith lived later. He was married to Anna Rieke, my mom's aunt on the Rueter side. They always had a huge garden and a well-kept yard. We're generous with their produce. I remember them always having a smile on their faces.. good memories.
Otto and his wife lived in the town of Murdock in the 1950s. Two of Otto's sons from an earlier marriage were Don Rieckman and Merle Rieckman, both of whom farmed and lived in the Alvo area.
Now to this lovely couple. Based on his dress clothes it looks like they might have come from church.
Check out the calendar on the Elmwood Website
Elmwood St. Paul UMC Cass County Food Bank
There is a new location for the Cass County Food Bank.
They have a new space at the previous Village Board building!
Parking is improved and there is now more space and room for freezers, food storage, and a permanent distribution site. Please let people know about the new location who could use this service.
A new exhibit debuts at the Bess Streeter Aldrich House, 204 East F Street, Elmwood
Every weekend through Sunday, April 25, 1 to 4 p.m.
Come to the beautiful 1922 Prairie Mansion home of Nebraska Hall of Fame Author Bess Streeter Aldrich to see a wide variety of transportation collectibles shared by their owners.
Collectibles from the Route 66 collection of Linda & Ken Glantz, Murdock, will be showcased in the living room while other contributors share model cars, train collectibles, oil/gas items, pedal cars, model airplanes, horse tack, and other transportation-related items.
Besides seeing these artifacts, guests are invited to take a personal tour of the home and learn more about Mrs. Aldrich, her literary contributions, and her years in Elmwood.
Louisville Food Pantry
OPEN: every Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm
LOCATION: 304 Main Street, Louisville
Please come and pick up what you need for your household or a friend’s.
We have canned goods, boxed meals, breakfast items, frozen meats, bread, eggs, baking ingredients, cleaning supplies, personal care items, diapers, and wipes.
Dan Witte, PT, DPT, OCS
Witte Physical Therapy
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Louisville, NE 68037
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Demolition of the old railroad bridge on Highway 1 in Murray started March 1st. One lane traffic is being electronically controlled, so please be patient at the lights when waiting, then driving through. Work is expected to continue through the summer months, so plan your travel accordingly. Be careful, watch for workers and machinery and make safety the priority.
KCCB Annual Membership Drive
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