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Heartland United Way Survey Available on Centura Website

The goal of the Heartland United Way  is to provide the assistance and support needed in all of the communities they serve. By taking a few moments to fill out this assessment, you are assuring that your voice is heard and your needs are met. Thank you for helping Heartland United Way focus its efforts, foster collaborations, and inspire partnerships wherever they are needed!

Please click here to complete the survey.

Heartland United Way thanks you for your participation in this survey. Your honest feedback is invaluable to them.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email Kaleema Kerbs.

Kaleema Kerbs  kaleema@heartlandunitedway.org

Community Connections Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA

Heartland United Way | 1441 N. Webb Road, Grand Island, NE 68803

PH: (308) 382-2675 | www.HeartlandUnitedWay.org

Centura Girls Basketball Finish Regular Season 12-9; Now Gear Up For C2-8 Subdistricts

Centura Girls vs. Palmer Coach Thober commented on the Palmer vs. Centura basketball game indicating, “The girls played pretty well the first half and took control of the game.  The second half the team went through the motions and actually got outscored 17 to 14,  but the girls were able to come away with the […] Continue reading →

Local Committee Makes Plans for a Veteran’s Wall in Cairo

Cairo’s Veteran Committee is planning creating on a Veterans’ Memorial Park to be located on Highway 11 Directly East of the Village of Cairo Fire Hall. The memorial will consist of five black granite pillars, mounted with a bronze emblem representing the five branches of the military. The pillars will be engraved with pictures depicting […] Continue reading →

Bright Beginning Pre School Students Perform Holiday Songs for Parent

Bright Beginnings Pre School host monthly parent activities throughout the school year.  For the month of December, the pre school students practiced holiday songs that they performed for the audience that was made up of parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles.  The kids also learned movements to go along with the words of the songs.  After […] Continue reading →