Please join the City of Bridgeport in extending our best wishes to Wayne Kautz on September 18 from 2-4 p.m, at Prairie Winds Community Center in the Western Trails Conference Room. Wayne has been with the City for 17 years as Utility Superintendent and will be celebrating his last day September 18th. Wayne has always been a dedicated and valuable employee of the City. While we are sad to see him leave, we wish him the best in his new adventure.
I love lampshades and how they create character in a room. Sometimes they hearken back to a more romantic time. Just walk into a specialty lampshade store and notice the beautiful silk and pleated shades in lovely curving shapes that seem to have popped right out of a Victorian parlor. And all that fringe!
After more than five months’ absence, the students, teachers, and administrators at Bridgeport Public Schools came back to their new classrooms on Monday, August 24, for their first day of face-toface instruction since March 12. At that time, they were let out after a half a day to begin Spring Break and, due to the coronavirus scare and the ever-changing directed health measures, never came back to finish out the school year.
LINCOLN—Nicholas George Pappas of Bridgeport was among 723 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln during a virtual graduation celebration Aug. 15.
The Bridgeport Public Schools’ Staff Appreciation Dinner was held Monday night, August 17, 2020 at the Prairie Winds Community Center. The theme of this year’s event was, quite appropriately, lemons, complete with lemonade and lemon cupcakes topped with a Lemonhead candy.