50yr Blue & Gold Banquet Cubscout Pack 349
Northwest High School 8204 Crown Point Ave, Omaha, NE
We will be celebrating 50 years as a Pack in February 2013.
The Blue and Gold Banquet is a highlight of the year bringing together pack families for dinner and fun celebrating the "birthday of Cub Scouting." It's called "Blue and Gold" because those are the Cub Scout colors. Blue represents truth and loyalty, Gold represents good cheer, happiness, and helping others. The purpose of the Banquet is to mark the organization of the Boy Scouts of America in February 1910 Cub Scouts were founded in 1930 - and to celebrate the February 22, 1857 birthday of Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts.
New Friends of Omaha
New Friends of Omaha is a social club with an open door to new and existing members of the community. We welcome and support new friends offering them an opportunity to form life-long relationships. AlthoughNew Friends of Omaha is primarily social in its activities, philanthropy is an important part of our journey through our community. New Friends of Omaha is locally run
and operated by club members. All funds raised will remain in Omaha to support the club and local charities. Our membership database is kept private for our personal, noncommercial use only.
WINE TASTING: 2ND SATURDAY 7pm
GOURMET DINNER PARTIES: 4TH SATURDAY at 7pm
TENNIS: EVERY MONDAY 10:30am-12pm
BOOK CLUB: THIRD TUESDAY at 7:00pm
BRIDGE DAYTIME: SECOND TUESDAY at 12noon at Regency Clubhouse
BRIDGE COUPLES NIGHTIME: SECOND SATURDAY at 7pm
BRIDGE EVENING: LAST TUESDAY at 7pm
BUNCO BABES: Fourth Thursday 9:30 am
BUNCO BANDITS : Second Monday at 7pm
EMPTY NESTERS: First Saturday at 7pm
GOURMET CLUB: 4th Saturday at 7pm
LUNCH BUNCH: 4th Thursday at 12noon
PITCH GROUP: 4th Saturday at 7pm
SINGLES AND NOT SINGLES FRIENDS: 3rd Sunday at noon
New Group Ideas: Family Group, Biking Group, Mens Card Group, Knitting Group and more ideas.. *Info and dates are subject to change
Visit our website for details:
New Friends of Omaha
or email at email@example.com
FYIS Social Club
Epworth Church on 26th and B in Council Bluffs. Come into the side door.
Those who are wanting to find a place to meet friends, a place where they can feel accepted and be able to build confidence and raise self-esteem through communication and encouragement.
Omaha Home for Boys Mentoring
Make a difference in the life of a boy - be a mentor! We are looking for adults who have a strong desire to work with youth and are willing to commit to a mentoring relationship. Mentoring positively impacts school success, teen pregnancy rates, criminal acts and violent behavior. For residents at the Omaha Home for Boys, being mentored is a chance for a youth to receive individual attention from a caring adult and, most importantly, a chance to just have fun.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor for The Omaha Home for Boys, please call the Omaha Home for Boys at 402-457-7182 or email Kristi Lesley at firstname.lastname@example.org
N.E.T.W.O.R.K.S. O.NE. which stands for New Enthuism Towards Women on Reaching Knowledge Success, Omaha, NE
McKenna's Blues Booze & BBQ
Ladies only networking. We meet the first Tuesday of every month at a different establishment from 5:30PM until 7:30PM. Free appetizers and cash bar. 21 or older. Cost to attend is $5: RSVP by the Thursday prior to each networking event.
Donna Vaughn, 614-8306
Whole Foods Market
10020 Regency Circle
Omaha, NE 68114 USA
Frequently offers cooking classes, wine tastings, health seminars and childrens evenets. Please check website for complete and accurate store calendar of events.
Whole Foods Market
UN's Humanitarian Agency Provides Relief to Refugees Around the World
As a humanitarian, non-political organization, UNHCR has two basic aims: to protect refugees and to seek ways to help them restart their lives in a normal environment. UNHCR promotes international refugee agreements, seeks long-term solutions, and provides emergency relief. The agency coordinates the provision and delivery of shelter, food, water, sanitation, and medical care for refugees.
If you would like to send a contribution to help refugees, please make checks payable to USA for UNHCR and mail to the above address.
For information about UNHCR, contact "USA for UNHCR" online at
USA for UNHCR.
If you want to help, please call 1-800-770-1100. You may also write to the following address: USA for UNHCR, 1775 K Street N.W., Suite 290, Washington, D.C. 20006.
The Omaha Food Bank
The Food Bank is a non-profit organization whose mission is to alleviate hunger through the collection of donated food and household products and the distribution of these items to charities and organizations that help people in need. The Food Bank works with over 360 organizations in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa to combat the issue of hunger.
The Food Bank collects food and household products locally from food drives, local food manufacturers, distributors and retailers. This product is distributed to people in need in seventy-seven counties in Nebraska and sixteen counties in Iowa. This distribution is accomplished in the urban areas through three direct programs and over 360 food pantries, meal providers, emergency shelters, child care centers, family service agencies, senior citizen programs and rehab centers.
The Omaha Food Bank
Goodwill Accepting Donations
Through your donations, Goodwill provides job training and employment programs for people with disabilities and those who face other barriers to employment.
Call 341-4609 or visit
Goodwill Omaha for details.
WOWT Channel 6 PSA Submission Guidelines.
If you do not have a broadcast quality PSA tape, but DO have WRITTEN information about an event or organization, please refer to COMMUNITY CALENDAR submission guidelines on our web site. Or, you may call 346-6666 and request/or dial extension 7771 for Community Calendar submission guidelines.
WOWT airs a limited number of video-produced Public Service Announcements, known as PSAs, during our daily program schedule. If you would like to submit a broadcast quality PSA to be considered for possible airing on WOWT, we must receive your PSA at least one month prior to the requested airdate. We prefer the DVC Pro format for PSAs. We will also accept PSAs in Beta SP, 3/4 inch, and 1 inch tape formats.
We consider a variety of factors when selecting PSAs, such as (but not limited to) the following: a non-profit cause, tape quality, local interest, and whether we have availability in our schedule to add another PSA at this time.
Send your non-returnable PSA, along with a storyboard or script, and a cover letter to: PSA Submissions, WOWT Channel 6, 3501 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE 68131.
In your cover letter, please provide the last-date-to-air for the PSA you submit. If a last-date-to-air, also called a "kill date," is not provided, your PSA may be shelved and considered for use at a later date. Additionally, please provide a contact phone number that we may share with our viewers if they want more information about your organization/event.
Thank-you for your interest in submitting a PSA to WOWT!
Telecommunications relay service providing full telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech disabled. Trained Communication Assistants (CAs) process relay calls and stay on the line to relay conversations electronically, over a Text Telephone (TTY) or verbally to hearing parties. Available 24 hours a day. Both TTY and voice users may initiate calls through Relay Iowa. Visit www.RelayIowa.com for more information. For equipment and other specific needs, call 515-282-5130 (TTY) or 515-282-5099 (Voice).
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
If you're working to support yourself, have difficulty making ends meet, and have one or more children living with you, you might qualify for the EITC. Come tax time, it could mean you might pay less tax, no tax, or even get a refund. Visit the IRS web site (www.irs.gov) or ask your tax preparer to find out if you qualify for the EITC.