Photo caption: Newly elected officers to the RC&D Council for 2015 are (from left to right) Dennis Wacker, Joan Alexander, Janet Gill and Jim Rabe.
The Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council held its annual meeting at the Serendipity Restaurant in Plainview recently to celebrate the year’s accomplishments and encourage fellowship amongst members and guests. Jr. Jazzercisers provided the dancing entertainment.
Two new projects were chosen for support. A one-year pilot project will be undertaken to extend Northeast Nebraska RC&D services and outreach to Madison County since the PrairieLand RC&D is no longer able to do that. And grant writing assistance will be given to the Wynot Public Cemetery board for their multi-faceted repair project.
The E-waste collections held at several locations during the month of September properly recycled 5.5 tons of material. Seventy-six households or businesses from eight communities were served with that project.
Officers elected to direct the efforts of the RC&D Council in 2015 are Jim Rabe, President from Winside; Dennis Wacker, Vice-President, of Osmond; Joan Alexander, Secretary from Plainview; and Janet Gill, Treasurer from Bloomfield.
The RC&D Council looks forward to continuing their service to citizens through projects that will make life better for people in the area of Antelope, Cedar, Dixon, Knox, Pierce, Wayne and now Madison counties.
The RC&D office is handicap accessible. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer.