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Relay For Life

7/15/2019 11:56:00 AM

Thank you to everyone who came out to Stinson Park to support Relay For Life with The American Cancer Society!

It was a beautiful day to remember those we've lost to cancer, those who have survived, and those who are still fighting!!


If you still want to help by donating 

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7/12/2019 11:03:00 AM

Slayer - The Final Campaign - With Primus, Ministry and Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals - Monday, November 18th - CHI Health Center - Tickets available NOW through 





Flood Relief Guide

6/7/2019 11:35:00 AM

  From monetary donations, to volunteering your time, you can have a positive impact, and assist those who've been struggling to clean up and move forward from the recent flooding in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa 

Below is the Flood Relief Guide and how you can help!!



  •  Nebraska Strong Recovery Project is an outreach program working with public and private partnerships, volunteer groups, non-governmental organizations, and faith-based entities. They provide community-based counseling and identify unmet needs during the current flooding disaster.

For more Information Click Here


  • Project Recovery Iowa assists individuals and communities recovering from the challenging effects of a disaster. They offer counseling and support along with networking and resources.

For more Information Click Here


  • The U.S. Small Business Administration Diaster Loan Application Deadline has been extended until July 1st. Survivors located in declared diaster areas may be eligible for financial assistance from SBA.


    Declared diaster areas include the Iowa counties of: Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie, Shelby & Woodbury. 

    To apply for assistance Click Here 


  • The Food Bank for the Heartland is seeking donations of bottled water, cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, snacks/granola bars/power bars or monetary donations to purchase these products for families in flood-ravaged communities

Donations can be made to Food Bank for the Heartland at 10525 J St in Omaha

To make a monetary donation click here


  • The Nebraska Farm Bureau is distributing 100% of donations to Nebraska farmers, rachers and rural communities affected by the flooding. 

To donate click here

To volunteer your time, call the Nebraska Department of Agriculture at 1-800-831-0550 


  • The Iowa Farm Bureau has developed the "Farming Community Disaster Exchange" An online message board where Iowans can offer help to those impacted by the floods, or to seek assistance. 

       To access the message board click here 


  • Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue in Omaha, has been the safe place for cats and dogs rescued during the flooding. 

For more details on volunteering click here


  • The Salvation Army is helping to disperse "Clean up Kits for those affected by the flooding" in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa 

Items needed include bleach, mops, buckets, gloves, heavy duty trash bags, shovels and tarps.

You can drop items off at The River Studios 

Monday through Friday, 9a-5p


Click here to donate directly


  • The American Red Cross is helping to provide relief to local shelters in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa click here for the list of shelters

Click here to donate directly (under "your local red cross")