Nebraska’s Official Veteran’s Parade
“Defenders of Freedom”
November 8, 2014
Down Mission Avenue beginning at Jackson Street
to Franklin Street – ending at Washington Park
2014 Grand Marshal – Lt. Gen. Robert (Bob) Hinson (retired)
More info: 402-898-3000
Partners In Excellence dinner
The Board of Directors of the Greater Bellevue Area Chamber of Commerce and Bellevue Economic Enhancement Foundation invite you to attend P.I.E. (Partners in Excellence) dinner celebrating community leadership
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
5:30 pm networking (host bar-soda, beer and wine)
6:00 pm dinner
PLATTEVIEW COUNTRY CLUB, 4215 PLATTEVIEW ROAD,
Bellevue, NE 68123
KEYNOTE speaker-Don Bacon, Brig Gen (ret),
Asst Prof College of Business, Bellevue University
Celebrating the Graduation of
Leadership Bellevue Class of 2014
Tricia Abel, Offutt AFB 55MSG
Bill Citro, Nebraska Medicine Bellevue
Ben Justman, Sarpy County Historical Museum
Brandon Martin, First National Bank
Faith Morrison, State Farm Insurance-Team Ricchini
Claire Osborne, Koley Jessen PC LLO
John Quade, Omaha Public Power District
J R Richardson, Bellevue University
Laurie Synowiecki, Bellevue City Police Department
**Joshua Sullivan, The Weitz Company**
Sam Ucman, KPE Consulting Engineers
Jamie Williams, Great Western Bank
**Karissa Williams, Offutt Collision Repair**
The Class of 2014 would like to support and assist with “Quality of Life” for the Bellevue-Offutt community.
Please bring a board game to share with Sheltering Tree and/or a jar of jelly to share with the Bellevue Food Pantry.
$20 per person
$200 Corporate Sponsor
(includes 6 guests, reserved table,
plus event recognition)
Please RSVP by calling 402.898.3000 or emailing Bellevue@bellevuenebraska.com
Bank of Nebraska – Annual Bellevue Business Bash, Thursday November 6 4:30 – 6:30pm. 923 Galvin Road South, Bellevue. Drinks and heavy
Hors D’ Oeuvres will be served – Prizes! Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Bellevue Food Pantry. RSVP: by October 30, 2014
402-537-2600 or email@example.com
Bellevue Police and Fire Department -Annual Chili Cook Off and silent auction November 7th, 2014 from 5:00-8:30pm at the Volunteer Firefighter’s Hall, 2108 Franklin, to raise funds for Holiday Heroes; stop by and sample some award winning chili. Cost is only $10 for ages 10 and above. The $10 will get you a bowl of house chili, cornbread and the opportunity to sample all the competition chili as well as 3 voting tickets to vote for your favorite chili.
Holiday Heroes is a program where we partner with the Bellevue Public Schools to help identify children of need. Officers and firefighters volunteer their time to go shopping with the children and their family to buy needed clothing and Christmas wish list items.
If you are interested in donating or just have more questions contact Roger Cox at 402.637.5852 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Knights of Columbus Council 6192 in Bellevue, 205 Industrial Drive will be holding a Steak Night open to the public November 8, 2014. Cost of the dinner is $13 per person. Dinner served from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. A live band (Shadow Ridge) will be playing till 11:30 p.m. for your listening and dancing pleasure. A $5 cover charge for those only coming to dance. For more Information or to make reservations, call Mike at
402-706-9481 or the Knights hall at 402-291-6887 and leave a message.
Eastern Nebraska Veterans’ Home – The members and staff of the Eastern Nebraska Veteran’s Home, 12505 South 40th Street, cordially invite you to attend their traditional Veterans Day Ceremony on Tuesday, November 11 at 2:00pm with a featured musical performance by the USAF Heartland of American Band ensemble Offutt Brass. Refreshments served following the ceremony. Kindly RSVP to email@example.com
The Knights of Columbus Council 6192 in Bellevue, 205 Industrial Drive will be hosting the 1st Annual Blue Coat Awards Dinner November 15, 2014. This event will honor the top Bellevue Police Officer and runner-up and the top Offutt AFB Security Police person and runner-up. Meal choices are Prime Rib for $18 or Chicken Cordon Bleu for $14. Social hour starts at 6:00 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. with awards following. This event is open to the public. For more information or to make reservations, call Mike at 402-706-9481 or call the Knights hall at 402-291-6887 and leave a message.
Harmony Court-Job Opportunties
Harmony Court in Bellevue is looking for a food loving, people serving Prep cook. Prep Cooks are the building blocks of a well-oiled kitchen, doing the routine and day-to-day tasks that are needed to allow the cooks and chefs to turn out perfect meals. This includes chopping vegetables, breaking down, cutting or grinding meat, weighing and mixing ingredients, washing and preparing vegetables, storing food, and more. Knowledge of food and kitchen skills helpful but not required. Early morning hours off by 2 pm daily.
JOB SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
- Listening: Prep cooks need to be able to hear and understand specific instructions from their chefs.
- Manual Dexterity: Prep cooks will be using their hands to cut and chop food, as well as other tasks.
- Stamina: Everyone in the kitchen works long hours on their feet over hot stoves and grills. Stamina is needed.
- Teamwork: Prep cooks are part of a team, and in a stressful, fast-paced environment, being a team player and level-headed will help immensely.
Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harmony Court in Council Bluffs is in immediate need of a head chef/cook. He or she has to be able to cook food, lead a team of kitchen workers, order food and supplies needed for the week/month, create menus, and plan meals for special events. Yes, that means there will be math involved. Being able to cook amazing dishes from scratch is a must.
Harmony Court has a big emphasis on Team Work, Listening and service. Manual Dexterity, ability to be on your feet for long periods of time, bending, reaching and stamina are a must.
Please send resumes to email@example.com.
Harmony Court in Bellevue is looking for a responsible individual with a desire to provide residents with quality customer service and care of their belongings and environment. We need an individual that can work independently but within the parameters set for need. Works well with others, listens to the needs of the residents and responds in kind. Position Summary: Maintains standards established for general cleaning, which include mopping, vacuuming, disinfecting, trash removal and changing linens. Documents assignment completion and safety hazards. Stocks supplies. Participates in staff and guest relations. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org