Lifestyle

Check out some of the photos from this week's Memory Lane feature. To see the stories featured this week, visit this link: http://mywaynenews.com/memory-lane-sept-23-2021-edition
While everyone may have their own definition of what age range constitutes a “youth leader” it is important to remember that all of them are our future leaders. These youth are the ones who will be leading our country in the near future. Yes, sooner than everyone realizes! As community members, the...

Twenty-three of the 36 active firemen pictured here are, left to right, back row: Harold Fleer, Harry Leseberg, Lloyd Russell, Ivan Creighton, Ivan Beeks, Dick Mead, Wayne Tietgen, Pat Hailey, Bud Froehlich, Pete Dawson, Lee Swinney (chief), Paul Koplin, Merle Beckner; front row, left to fight: Bill Kugler, Leonard Schmidt, N. H. Brugger, Bill Mellor, Warren Bilson, John Theil, Mert Ellis, Kent Hall, Clete Sharer and Joe Dorcey.
From the Sept. 14, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald: Wayne and the Wayne Rural Fire District calls for practice as well as actual fire fighting. Wayne firemen meet twice a month, holding a meeting the first Tuesday and a drill the second Tuesday of each month. Equipment of the department includes...
Nature is all around us and many people find themselves enjoying it even more as we move into the fall months.   If you are a nature-lover and work with early childhood, don’t miss our upcoming Tri-State Early Childhood Conference. This year, we are revamping the conference to make it even more...
Fair season has drawn to a close and many people mistakenly believe that means the 4-H program is over for another year. 4-H provides youth with the opportunity to learn by doing; but that opportunity is not only limited to youth enrolled in a traditional 4-H program. There are other ways that the...
Life skills are defined in the Targeting Life Skills Model as “Skills that help an individual to be successful in living a productive and satisfying life.”  In Nebraska 4-H we focus on the Life Skills model. What does the Targeting Life Skills Model mean for the 4-H volunteer?  As a volunteer...
Most of us struggle to control our weight. Still, obesity continues to be a major public health concern for adults and children. The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) notes that for more than 25 years, over half of the adult population has been overweight and obese. While many...

Suzanne Penn of the Support Staff Breakfast Group serves ice cream to Linda Raveling (center) and Jason Barelman of Career Services during an ice cream social in the Student Center, Aug. 15. (From 8-23-2001)
From the August 23, 2001 edition of The Wayne Herald:   Getting ready for the year   Suzanne Penn of the Support Staff Breakfast Group serves ice cream to Linda Raveling (center) and Jason Barelman of Career Services during an ice cream social in the Student Center, Aug. 15.   The event was planned...

Dixon County Fair Begins With Entry Day Aug. 24 - 8-17-1961
From the August 17, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald:    Dixon County Fair Begins With Entry Day Aug. 24 The Dixon County Fair begins next Thursday at Concord and will continue through Saturday with numerous exhibits and entertainment features on the program.   Thursday is entry day and the fair...
As Nebraska 4-H starts to wind down another year, we are starting to prepare for the next step for our members.   We find new challenges. 4-H is prepared with traditional programs and a structure that has been meeting those challenges for over 100 years.  A statistic that today’s kindergarten...

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Lifestyle

  • September 22, 2021
    Check out some of the photos from this week's Memory Lane feature.To see the stories featured this week, visit this link:http://mywaynenews.com/memory-lane-sept-23-2021-edition
  • September 20, 2021
    While everyone may have their own definition of what age range constitutes a “youth leader” it is important to remember that all of them are our future leaders. These youth are the...

  • Twenty-three of the 36 active firemen pictured here are, left to right, back row: Harold Fleer, Harry Leseberg, Lloyd Russell, Ivan Creighton, Ivan Beeks, Dick Mead, Wayne Tietgen, Pat Hailey, Bud Froehlich, Pete Dawson, Lee Swinney (chief), Paul Koplin, Merle Beckner; front row, left to fight: Bill Kugler, Leonard Schmidt, N. H. Brugger, Bill Mellor, Warren Bilson, John Theil, Mert Ellis, Kent Hall, Clete Sharer and Joe Dorcey.
    September 14, 2021
    From the Sept. 14, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald:Wayne and the Wayne Rural Fire District calls for practice as well as actual fire fighting. Waynefiremen meet twice a month, holding a meeting the...

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