Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Plains Historical Society Museum

 

June 3, 2021

Jessica Rocha/Visit Kimball

The AmeriCorps team was worth celebrating Tuesday at the historic old high school, where team members have done so much. From left are Terri Lukassen of Plains Historical Society; U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith aide Val Jansante; Kimball Mayor Keith Prunty; Elyse Schlake Lukassen of Kimball economic development; Kimball County representative Christy Warner; Rep. Smith; the historical society's Jowain Sherman; AmericCorps team members Brendan Dyer, Brandon Abbot, Jason Husena and Dave Schuldiner; the historical society's Tim Nolting; and AmeriCorps team members Kierra Mowery and Sasha Allen.

The AmeriCorps team was worth celebrating Tuesday at the historic old high school, where team members have done so much. From left are Terri Lukassen of Plains Historical Society; U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith aide Val Jansante; Kimball Mayor Keith Prunty; Elyse Schlake Lukassen of Kimball economic development; Kimball County representative Christy Warner; Rep. Smith; the historical society's Jowain Sherman; AmericCorps team members Brendan Dyer, Brandon Abbot, Jason Husena and Dave Schuldiner; the historical society's Tim Nolting; and AmeriCorps team members Kierra Mowery and Sasha Allen.

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