The Camp Clarke Raiders held their Fall Rendezvous over the Labor Day Weekend at Seybolt Park south of Courthouse and Jail Rock. Despite the intense heat, the atmosphere was uplifting and the people, jovial, with folks coming in from all over Nebraska, as well as several from the border states.
The Camp Clarke Raiders held their Fall Rendezvous this past weekend at Seybolt Park south of Courthouse and Jail Rock. Several participants enjoyed the time spent outdoors, despite the intense heat. See next week’s issue for more photos and results from the event. SARAH STRAWN
Five student interns who spent the summer of 2020 working in Nebraska Extension offices have returned to class in college and high school, following a summer in which they get a taste of careers in Extension serving local clientele at county-based offices.
The County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, September 8, with all members present. After approval of the agenda and minutes of the last meeting, correspondences were read, and claims were approved.
The Bridgeport City Council met in special session on Thursday, August 27, at 6:00 with one councilman absent. During routine business, Mayor Browne read a letter from Head Librarian Tammy Covalt, who is offering her services as a grant writer for the city at what Mayor Browne considered to be a very reasonable fee. Covalt has written many grants for the benefit of the citizens of Bridgeport, including for the library remodeling project, maker space machinery, and the Bridgeport Tennis Court refurbishing project that will be finished later this fall.