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March 19, 2015
Issue 15, Volume 36
Malcolm Public Schools
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10004 NW 112th St
Malcolm, NE 68402
From Our Administration
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By: Mr. Ryan Terwilliger, Superintendent
Give Us A Call
High School Office
402-796-2151 ext. 1
Westfall Office
402-796-2151 ext. 2
Business Office
402-796-2151 ext. 3
Page 2: News From Ms.
Bak and Ms. Weber
Page 3: Read Across
America
Page 4: Booster Notes and
Lunch Menu
Page 5: Schedule and
Drivers Ed Info
Page 6: Counselor’s Corner
Page 7-9: Board Minutes
and Bills
Pages 10-11: Ads
Starting April 1st, Malcolm Public Schools will begin opening
the Westfall gym and weight-room to district patrons and
option enrollment families. This “fitness-center” will be open
weeknights (when school is in session) from 5:00 PM-10:00
PM. If you are interested in using the fitness-center, please
complete the following:
Go to the business office to sign up for a membership
• Read and sign the Malcolm Public Schools Community
Fitness Center Use and Release Agreement
• Get a copy of Policy 1130—Community Fitness Center
• Get a copy of the Malcolm Public Schools Community
Fitness Center Rules & Regulations
• Get a copy of the fitness-center calendar
We look forward to serving our educational community, and
patrons of our district with their health and wellness needs. If
you have any questions, please call the business office.
Thanks,
Ryan Terwilliger
Superintendent
News From Ms. Bak
In 3rd grade we just finished 3rd quarter. In Social Studies we just
finished our Harriet Tubman Unit and we are excited to start our
Economics and Communities Unit. We are going to be learning about
what it takes to run a community and how the 3 types of communities
compare. To kick start our Unit we will be using Popplite (an app on
our Ipads) to create a web diagram to show our comparisons of the 3
different types of communities, and the workers we could find in each
community. From there we will move on to the Economics portion and
learn about Goods/Services, Saving/Spending, and Natural Resources.
With our Goods/Services portion of our unit we will be able to set up
scenarios in our classroom and have the students interact as if they were
adults needing Goods/Services and how money comes into play. Our
3rd graders are always excited to participate in something new and they
get actively involved in our classroom!
Meet Ms. Weber
My name is Ashley Weber, and I am the new speech-language
pathologist for the 2014-2015 school year. I work with students in
kindergarten through twelfth grade as well as children ages birth to
five in the early childhood program. I am very excited to be a part
of the staff here at Malcolm and have enjoyed getting to know the
wonderful students and families!
Before coming to Malcolm, I worked in the Blair Community School
and Papillion-LaVista School districts. I received my Bachelor’s
and Master’s Degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and
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graduated from Freeman High School in Adams. My family consistss of
my fiancé, Michael, and our two dogs, Sadie and Rylee. We are keeping busy
planning our wedding and building a new home. When we have free time, we enjoy
boating, watching Husker football, and playing sand volleyball.
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READ ACROSS AMERICA
By: Betty Geiser, K-12 Media Specialist
Read Across America, which is held March 2 on the birthday of the Late Dr. Seuss, was celebrated
the week of March 2-5 at Westfall. This annual celebration is sponsored by the National Education
Association. This reading event celebrates the fun and value of reading. Celebrations were held
throughout Westfall School. Halls and classrooms were decorated, and special clothing days
added to the fun. In the library media center the different K-6 classes were paired up and the
students read Dr. Seuss selections to each other. An Example-the 6th graders read to and with
the K classes.
We had Dr. Seuss bulletin boards, posters, bookmarks, plush characters, games, DVD’s to watch,
and fun sheets.
A Special Thank You goes out to the Pleasant Dale Legion Auxiliary for donating 5 Dr. Seuss
books along with 3 Lorax finger puppets; 400 bookmarks; 69 foam stickers; a Lorax floor
puzzle; 2 posters; Hallmark speaking Night before Christmas ornament; a Cat in the Hat
ornament; and a Lorax DVD. Thank you for your generous donation and for supporting Read
Across America.
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MALCOLM BOOSTER Notes
NEXT MEETING – Sunday, April 19th @ 6:30pm in Eichenberger’s room in the High School.
Join us!
THANKS to everyone who has been coming to meetings – we appreciate YOU and your time!
WRESTLING CLOCK – A wrestling clock will be purchased ($2,400) and a co-op has been
formed with two other schools who also have or are purchasing clocks. These will cut down
the labor required for meets.
BOOSTER APPAREL – Please let us know if you can help with this starting this fall.
PROJECTOR SPONSORS - Boosters are using these funds to grow the number and value of
scholarships given. If you know of a business who may be interested in advertising on the
projector, please let Dale Sackett (937-3776) or Kristie Locke (560-1822) know.
Please come to Booster meetings throughout the year. Your input is essential for events,
scholarships and other activities which Boosters participate in and/or coordinate. The funds
raised go towards improving the athletic environment & providing scholarships for our
student athletes. Thanks!
Milk, Fruit and
Veggie Bar
Served Every Day
Unless Noted
In accordance with Federal Law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director of Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence
Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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We have a confirmed date from our driver's education instructor.
It will be held the week of June 1st-June 5th. Please call or
respond to this email and let the high school office know if you
are still interested and we will proceed with providing you with
registration information in the coming weeks. The classroom
time will be 8am-12:00pm. Driving times will be arranged. We
have not been informed of a cost but it is comparable to what
other companies in the area charge for driver's education.
Thank you!
Clipper Schedule of Events
**Times and Schedule Subject to Change
Monday, March 23
10:00AM
ECNC HS Quiz [email protected]
3:45PM
Track Practice
4:00PM
Kindergarten Round-up
Wednesday, April 1
8:30AM
HS Quiz [email protected] Seward
9:00AM
HS Track @ Osceola
10:00AM
JH Track @ Friend
Tuesday, March 24
3:45PM
Track Practice
Thursday, April 2
12:24PM
EARLY DISMISSAL
Teacher Inservice
Wednesday, March 25
ECNC Art Clinic
8:30AM
JH Quiz Bowl @ Seward
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Thursday, March 26
DC History Trip
State [email protected] Kearney
3:45PM
Track Practice
Friday, March 27
DC History Trip
3:45PM
Track Practice
Saturday, March 28
DC History Trip
Class C All-State Band
Sunday, March 29
DC History Trip
Monday, March 30
4:00PM
HS Track Quad @ Malcolm
Tuesday, March 31
3:45PM
Track Practice
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Friday, April 3
NO SCHOOL
Spring Break
Monday, April 6
NO SCHOOL
Spring Break
Tuesday, April 7
2015 Spring Book Fair
2:00PM
HS Track Malcolm Invite
Wednesday, April 8
3:45PM
Track Practices
2015 Spring Book Fair
Thursday, April 9
2:00PM
JH Track @ Milford
3:45PM
Track Practice
FBLA SLC @ Omaha
2015 Spring Book Fair
Friday, April 10
FBLA SLC @ Omaha
2015 Spring Book Fair
Saturday, April 11
FBLA SLC @ Omaha
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Saturday, April 18, 2015
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Minutes – Board of Education
March 16, 2015
The Board of Education, School District 148, Lancaster County, Nebraska met in open public session at
7:00PM at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE on Monday, March 16, 2015 to
conduct normal and usual business of the District. Said meeting was advertised in advance in the minutes
of the February 16, 2015 meeting published in the February 19, 2015 issue of “The Clipper”, and the March
5, 2015 issue of “The Clipper”. Board members present were: Michelle Bice, William England, Andrea
Holka, Chandler Kramer, Craig Vanderkolk. Kevin Lostroh was absent. Administrators present were Ryan
Terwilliger, Greg Adams, Amber Dolliver. Chairman Vanderkolk called the meeting to order at 7:00PM and
noted that the Open Meetings Act is posted on the north wall of the Board Room.
Bice moved to approve the consent agenda with the updated bills. Seconded by Kramer. Voting by roll call:
YES – Bice, England, Holka, Kramer, Vanderkolk. NAYS – None. ABSENT – Lostroh. Motion 3-2015-14
passed.
Financial Summary
March 16, 2015
School Accounts
Previous Bal 2/1/2015
Receipts - February 2015
Disbursements- Feb 2015
Cash in Cking 2/28/2015
Invested: Feb 2015
General
Lunch
$822,965.32 $18,400.95
$581,619.54 $22,752.85
$494,424.32 $27,896.35
$412,641.65 $7,253.35
$497,518.89 $6,004.10
Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Previous Bal 2/1/2015
Receipts -Feb 2015
Disbursements - Feb 2015
Cash on Hand 2/28/2015
General
$211,529.82
$92,611.72
$212,345.01
$91,796.53
NSDLAF (Investment)
Previous Bal 2/1/2015
Receipts - Feb 2015
Disbursements Feb 2015
Cash on Hand 2/28/2015
Spc Bldg
$274,968.24
$17,844.36
$0.00
$292,812.60
Activity
$205,607.61
$21,824.37
$30,118.22
-$18,455.68
$215,769.44
Bond
$16,396.19
$7,380.57
$16,461.33
$7,315.43
Bond Fund
$94,481.02
$16,530.58
$0.00
$111,011.60
Bus Deprec
$58,260.38
2.67
$0.00
$10,248.07
$48,014.98
QCPUF
$7,044.82
$3,226.78
$7,072.34
$3,199.26
Student Fees
$9,017.00
$375.00
$917.50
$8,474.50
Spc Bldg
$17,652.32
$8,076.31
$17,721.29
$8,007.34
QCPUF Checking
$27,201.00
$7,121.14
$0.00
$34,322.14
Communications From The Public: None
Unfinished Business: None
New Business:
England moved, seconded by Vanderkolk, that non-resident transportation fees be set as discussed and
illustrated for the 2015-2016 school year. Fees shall be: $275.00 per year if paid prior to starting student
pick-up or $2.00 per day. Charge for second child in same family at the same stop computed at $137.50
per year if paid prior to starting route pick-up or $1.30 per day. Charge for third child in same family at
same stop computed at $68.75 or $.65 cents per day. Maximum charge for any one family is $481.25 per
year if paid prior to starting student pick-up service. The following could result – the school will work with
the family to set up a semester or monthly payment plan or $30 Administrative Fee Charged and/or loss
of bus service. Voting by roll call: YES – England, Holka, Kramer, Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS – None. Motion
3-2015-15 passed.
Kramer moved, to appoint the Superintendent as the Authorized District Representative for all ESU, Local,
State, and Federal Programs for the 2015-2016 School Year as well as authorize the Superintendent to
Submit MPS’s Title I Application. Seconded by Bice. Voting by roll call: YES – Holka, Kramer, Vanderkolk,
Bice, England. NAYS – none. Motion 3-2015-16 passed.
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Bice moved, seconded by Holka, to adopt policy 1130: Community Relations—Fitness Center. The
Board discussed possible changes to the wording of the policy, and rules. The changes were made.
Voting by roll call: YES – Kramer, Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka. NAYS- none. Motion 3-2015-17
passed.
Administrative Reports –
Principal Greg Adams, Jr/Sr High School
Asked the board for an additional volunteer for graduation. Mrs. Holka tentatively agreed.
Discussed the possibility of having Jon Baylor come work with our students in preparation for
the ACT exam. His next step will be to check with Mr. Baylor on his availability and willingness to
work with Malcolm
Principal Amber Dolliver, Elementary
Reviewed the activities for Read Across America.
Noted that the NeSA testing window is from March 23rd-May 1st
Noted that Kindergarten Roundup is March 23rd
Superintendent Ryan Terwilliger
Noted that the annual NRCSA conference is this Thursday and Friday
Noted that the annual National School Board Association convention is this Friday-Monday.
With no further business before the Board, England moved, seconded by Bice, to adjourn. Voting by
unanimous consent – ALL. Chairman Vanderkolk declared the meeting adjourned at 7:38 PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Ryan Terwilliger
Recording Secretary/Superintendent
The Board will hold a Work Session on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 5:30PM at the District Board
Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE. The next regular meeting of the Board will be Monday,
April 20, 2015 at 7:00PM at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE. An agenda
is published the Friday before each meeting.
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
March 16, 2015
Payroll
ABM
American Red Cross
Beekman, Angela
Biggerstaff Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
CDW.G
Connect Pediatric Therapy
Duncan Enterprises
Agreement
Electronic Contracting Company
Electrical Engineering & Equip. Co.
Fastenal
First Concord Group
Flinn Scientific Inc.
Hammett, Sheri
Heffelfinger, Ami
Hillyard
HyVee Food Store
$370,242.05
$11,000.00
$81.00
$21.16
$969.16
$2,044.47
$949.44
$1,726.61
$453.20
Payroll Expenses
Janitorial Service - Estimated
Adult/Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Heritage School Mileage
Isolation Valve for Westfall Restroom
BCBS Insurance Premium
Tripp HDMI to VGA & Audio Adapters
OT SPED Services
Football Field Sprinkler Service
$158.00
$46.56
$432.86
$110.00
$46.80
$642.28
$2,228.92
$178.00
$202.15
Door Holder
Lighting/Electrical Supplies
Mainenance Supplies
Flex 125 Adm Fees/Annual Compliance
Science Supplies
Hearing SPED Services
Mental Health Services
Custodial Supplies
FCS Classroom Supplies
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InkTechnologies.com
$524.50
Jostens
$354.32
JW Pepper
$469.45
Kidwell
$983.25
Kiner Supply
$443.44
Konica Minolta
$3,091.04
L&W Garbage Service Inc
$336.00
Matheson
$224.37
Meehl, Jan
$1,335.26
Menards
$368.67
Midwest Door and Hardware
$100.43
Nantkes, Jenn
$387.97
Nebraska Department of Labor
$90.00
NE Rural Community Schools Assoc. $740.00
Norris Public Power District
$7,295.16
Office Depot
$109.99
Omaha Truck Center
$639.44
OneSource
$40.00
PGH&G Attorneys at Law
$140.00
Pearson
$365.70
Rivers Metal Products, Inc.
$349.58
SEI
$1,044.00
Shiffler
$141.01
Trane
$1,146.84
Unite Private Networks, LLC
$1,090.89
Verizon
$159.93
Village of Malcolm
$4,841.75
VISA - Union Bank
$534.03
Walmart
$139.63
Wex Bank
$2,010.57
Windstream
$503.26
Toner
Diplomas and Covers
Sheet Music
Disconnect Westfall Steamer/Ballasts/Breakers
Plumbing Supplies
Copier Lease Payment/Extra Copies
Garbage Service
Maintenance Supplies
PT SPED Services
Maintenance Supplies/IT Supplies
Door Closer - Adm Office Door
Vision Services - SPED
Boiler Inspections
2015 NRCSA Spring Conference Registrations
Electric Service/Field Lighting Charge
Office Chair
Bus Parts/Repairs
Background Checks
Legal Services
Speech Path Pre-School Supplies
Metal Class Supplies
Annual Security Monitoring Service
Bathroom Stall Door Hinge
Motors/Capacitors for Heat Pumps
Distance Learning Cable
Cell Phone Service
Water/Sewer Service
Stamps/SPED/Pole Vault Van Adapter
FCS Classroom Supplies
School Vehicle Fuel
Phone Service
Checks Out of Cycle
US Post Office
Hammett, Sheri
Clipper/Brd. Minute Postage
Jan Hearing SPED Services
$191.78
$1,144.78
$425,574.54
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
$9,185.60
CashWa
$2,261.71
Earthgrains
$541.98
Nebraska Food Distribution Program $2,327.51
Pegler Sysco
$1,761.70
Prairieland Food
$1,728.60
Thompson Company
$5,551.59
Wages/Benefits
Food/Custodial Supplies
Bread Products
Commodities
Food Supplies
Millk Products
Food Supplies
$23,358.69
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS THE
NEXT REGULAR MEETING for the Board will be
Monday, April 20, 2015 at 7:00PM at the District
Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, Nebraska. An agenda is published the Friday before
each regular board meeting. This can be picked up
at the business office or read online at www.malcolmschools.org. It will be modified as necessary.
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Clipper Classifieds
CHRIST IS RISEN! JOIN ZION EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN Church, 2244 NW 126th Street, for
services Palm Sunday @ 9 am, Maundy Thursday
@ 7 pm, Good Friday @
7 pm, Easter Vigil
Saturday @ 7 pm, Easter Sunrise Service @ 7 am,
Easter Breakfast from 8 am to 9 am, and Easter
Sunday Service @ 10 am.
WE HAVE MOVED! JOIN US AT WORD OF
LIFE Lutheran Church in our new church building
at 200 Fletcher Ave. We are still on the edge of
Lincoln, just east of Fallbrook. Our service is on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School and
Bible Class at 9:15 a.m. More information is
on our web site, www. wordoflifelincoln.org (or
facebook) Pastor Larry Oetting- 402.742.9673
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS
BIBLE learning opportunities! Jr High and High
School FCA during the school year. Various Adult
Groups for families as well as men and women
groups. 402-796-2344 www.nccmalcolm.org.
Sunday worship 8:30 and 11 with Sunday School
at 9:45. Come learn with us!
HE IS RISEN. JOIN YOUR FRIENDS IN
CELEBRATING the Easter morning joy at
7am and 10am at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in
Malcolm. A breakfast will be served after the
7am sunrise service. saintpaulsmalcolm.org or
402.796.2396
NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS CATHOLIC
CHURCH is located in NW Lincoln at 1101 Isaac
Drive. The parish offers 35 different programs to
help people grow in love and wisdom as children of
God. Visit our website www.namartyrs.org or call
the office at 402-476-8088 for Mass times, info on
our Pre-K through 8th grade school, our programs
for teens and adults and more!
MALCOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
INVITES you to join us for Sunday Service! Worship at 9AM, Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and
fellowship treats after the service. We’re located
on the NW corner of Malcolm, 520 Malcolm Rd.
NEED A BABYSITTER? MAYBE SOME HELP
AROUND the house or yard? We are a group of
11 – 12 year old girls fundraising for Relay for Life
on team “Love for Lynette”. Pick one or take us
all. Please contact Addie Hejl (796-2187), Mikayla
DeBaets (432-3017), Skylar Kirkpatrick (4328854), or Jasmine & Joslyn Small (525-7277).
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JOIN US FOR A GREAT BREAKFAST ON
SUNDAY March 22, 2015 8:00AM - 12:00PM.
Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and
gravy, coffee, and juice. Adults - $5.00 Children
(12 & under)-$2.00. Garland Legion Post #369
VILLAGE OF MALCOLM BOARD OF
TRUSTEES MEETING will be held on Wed,
April 1st at 7PM at the Village Hall 137 E. Second Street, Malcolm, NE. If you have any comments, concerns, questions or would like to hear
what is going on, please join us. Everyone is welcome!!!!!!
MALCOLM COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES
MAY 1ST Friday 5PM-7PM. May 2nd Saturday
7AM - 5PM. For info/questions call Kristi @
402-796-2630 or Deb 402-937-2977
MALCOLM GARDENING CLUB IS GEARING UP
WITH a kick off meeting Tuesday, March 31, 2015
at 7:00 at the Village Hall. Anyone interested in
helping please come to the meeting or call Nadine
Link (402) 580-3959.
BIG SPACE FOR RENT: SAFE, CLEAN, DRY
1700 sq ft space for rent in the old Malcolm
School House. 16x9 overhead door with inside
dimensions of 28x61 ft. Comes with electrical
hookups and heat if needed. Dave 402-570-3908
RDM LANDSCAPES IS YOUR LOCAL
LANDSCAPING company. With spring right
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planning those spring/summer landscaping
projects. Whether its a fire pit & patio, retaining
wall, landscape lighting, plant/tree installation,
or sprinkler installation, now is the time to call
for your free estimate. Contact Ryan at (402)3100868.
FREEZER MEAL WORKSHOP! WHERE CAN
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whole meal? With Tastefully Simple I will show
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NEED help filing your income taxes? We can help!
We'll even E-File your Federal and NE income
tax returns for FREE! This service is completely
confidential and is provided by Community Action
of Lancaster and Saunders Counties. Come to the
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any project you might have. We carry River Rock
and all sizes of Ornamental Rock. A local company,
call for an estimate today. Gary Jacobsen, Rt. #1,
Garland, NE 402-783-2447 or cell phone 643-5171.
RAYMOND CONTRACTING INC. - SEPTICS AND
LAGOONS Services include site planning, percolation testing, system design, installation, troubleshooting and property transfer inspections. Certified and Insured. Free Estimates. Lloyd Jakoubek
402-783-2663 or 402-890-6009.
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Lincoln, NE 68512. 402-423-1111. North Lincoln 5790 N 33rd St. Circle, Ste A Lincoln, NE
68504. Geoff Basler, M.D., Brent Behrens PA-C.
KAUP SIDING, ROOFING & MORE, CO
IS SEEKING an experienced laborer.
EEOC
employer. Contact Tim Kaup at 402 380-8071 or
[email protected]
NEED ROCK, DIRT, SAND, WOOD CHIPS, OR
GRAVEL delivered? Call Nelson Hauling at 402796-2686
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Month 00, 0000 Lorem Sit 11
Annual Malcolm
Fire & Rescue
Community Egg Hunt
Sunday, March 29th 1:00
Age groups :
1-2 years old
3-4 years old
5 years - Kindergarten
1st grade
2nd and 3rd grade
Please bring your basket and dress for
the weather - could be cold and muddy!
There will be lots of candy filled eggs
and some eggs are marked as prize
eggs!
(Rain/snow date is April 4th)
DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE
WILL BE ON FRIDAY, MARCH
27th. PLEASE CALL WENDY AT
796-2151, EXT 501 OR EMAIL AT
[email protected]
AD
PRICES ARE: $1.50 FOR 1-3 lines,
$3.00 4-8 lines.
WE RESERVE
THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY
AD. ADS MUST BE PAID FOR
BEFORE PRINT DATE!
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Organization
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Malcolm, NE
Permit No. 2
MALCOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
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