Gothenburg, NE (July 21, 2020) – Country Partners Cooperative is pleased to announce a special equity redemption of $4.1 million in total of member equities. “Our strong balance sheet allows us to make this payment,” according to the cooperative’s CEO and General Manager E. Tod Clark. He also stated, “We owe our success to the loyal patronage of our member owners. Equity management, including equity redemption, is strictly at the Board of Directors’ discretion, and thus, can change depending upon the earnings and financial needs of the company. Anything that we do in terms of equity management takes solid financial earnings.” Chairman of the Board
ELIZABETH SITORIUS-JOHNSON, Saluatorian: Good afternoon friends, family, faculty, and class of 2020. I want to thank you all for your part in making this day possible. I am very grateful for the staff and faculty that could provide us this graduation in these trying times. Who would’ve ever imagined that we would be graduating in July. Not me, that’s for sure. This is not at all how I pictured my senior year turning out. But as I have been told over and over again, “we won’t forget it, and it makes it that much more special”. Now I’m not sure if I consider not having our last day of senior year, or a senior countdown, or have my last track season something special. But I know that I won’t forget it. Along with 13 years of memories we have made. I’ve attended school at Brady since kindergarten. There’s
Due to the Brady Days cancellation,the Brady Library annual book sale has been postponed to September 12th. This year we have ALL NEW (to us) BOOKS! Please plan to come by and pick up some books for you, your friends and family. We take any donation amount. All proceeds go to our After-School Kids Program.
Gothenburg—Gothenburg Early Childhood Learning Coalition, in partnership with First Five Nebraska, this week launched My Nebraska Story, a new campaign to engage business leaders, economic development officials and others in strengthening the availability of quality child care in their communities. The campaign is a collaboration between First Five Nebraska and Communities for Kids, an initiative of Nebraska Children and Families Foundation. It was made possible through the federal Preschool Development Grant administered by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.