Welcome to the Friends of Eagle Area Newsletter!
Remember to TEXT Eagle to 72727
On 11/13/2018 The Village of Eagle through it's Law Firm revoked the 17 year old Village Charter of this Website and the Wednesday Newsletter and asked that any official reference to the Village be removed.
So, Welcome to the New "Friends of Eagle" Community Social / Free Newsletter!
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The Village of Eagle is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
- Temporary Maintenance Employee
- Deputy Clerk
Full job descriptions and applications are available at eaglene.gov/current-
People of Eagle
Meet Jake Metz
I have decided to start a new section in the Eagle Newsletter each week. It will be featuring a person in our community. I feel like sometimes we can get so stuck in our own world that we don't get to know the people that we see every day. You know how I feel about volunteers and small business owners so I am sure I will be featuring several of those but there are no "special" qualifications to be featured. I want us all to get to know our neighbors.
*I need your help...If you know of someone in our amazing community that should be featured please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can reach out to them. TIA!
Eagle Vision meetings are held the first Thursday of every month in the Bailey's Local basement.
Be sure to like the Eagle Vision Facebook page CLICK HERE.
Eagle PTE (Parent's and Teacher's of Eagle) meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of
every month at 7 pmin the school library. Childcare is provided.
Be sure to like their Facebook page CLICK HERE.
Seeking Applicants for the Eagle Parks & Recreation Commission
Do you have an interest in parks and outdoor recreational facilities? Do you have ideas of new equipment or facilities for our local park?
The Village of Eagle is currently seeking applicants for appointment to the Parks & Recreation Commission.
For more details on duties and qualifications or to obtain an application, please visit the
Warm Pumpkin Spice Drink
1 cup whole milk, heated until very warm
1/4 cup canned pumpkin puree
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Whipped cream, optional
Place all ingredients in blender. Remove center cap from the lid of the blender and use a folded kitchen towel to loosely hold the cap over the hole in a manner that steam can escape. Turn on the blender to low and then increase it to high. Blend ingredients until frothy. Transfer mixture to a mug, top with whipped cream, if desired, and sprinkle with additional pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon.
You may use 2%, 1%, or skim milk in place of whole milk, but the drink won't be quite as rich and creamy with low-fat milk.
You may adjust the sweetness and level of spice by increasing or decreasing the sugar and pumpkin pie spice as desired.
To make a DAIRY-FREE version, substitute unsweetened almond milk (or your favorite non-dairy milk) for the regular milk.
Mix with coffee to turn this drink into a Pumpkin Spice Latte.
I wouldn't recommend making more than 2 servings at a time in the blender, as the mixture will rise up when you first turn on the blender and you don't want it to shoot out the top!
HAVE A RECIPE YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE IN THE NEWSLETTER? EMAIL ME AT EDITOR@EAGLENEBRASKA.COM. THANKS!
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Quick notes from the editor: 1) I need your help with pictures and updates of things happening in our community to keep everyone infomed. Please message me at email@example.com with newsworthing info. 2) You can subscribe to the mobile newsletter by texting Eagle to 72727.
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The Sarpy/Cass Baby Café is opening soon! Baby Cafés are licensed sites run by trained staff that provide a high-quality standard of care for breastfeeding families. Please join us every Tuesday, starting October 1st, from 10am-noon, at the Sarpy/Cass Health Department for pregnancy and breastfeeding support. Learn more on our website at sarpycasshealthdepartment.org/maternal-and-child-health
Jenny Steventon, REHS
Assistant Health Director
Environmental Health Coordinator
Sarpy/Cass Health Department
701 Olson Drive, Suite 101, Papillion, NE 68046
Main (402) 339-4334 ext. 6969 Direct (402) 537-6969
Cornhusker Country Music Theater in Louisville is located at 211 Main St.
Call, 1-800-480-8797, ext 211, or email, cornhuskercountrymusic
(We're a nonprofit organization.)
September and October events:
Saturday, Oct 12 ~ 7:30 pm ~ Larry Meyer & The Silver Wings Band
Sunday, Oct 13 ~ 1:pm ~ CCMT Anniversary Jam (FREE) Bring your favorite instruments or singing voice!
Sunday, Oct 27 ~ 2 pm ~ Jamie Williams & Friends
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