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FYI Advertiser Page Reference Guide BUSINESS
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A Plus Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Gethesame Presbyterian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Oard Ross Drug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Abstract Guaranty Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Harrah's and Horseshoe Casinos . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Omni Dental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Affordable Container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Hawkeye Siding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,50
Phil's Comfort Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Agri-land Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Heartland Properties- Bill Hartman . . . . . . . . . .24
Pottawattamie County Conservation . . . . . . . . . 9
Allstate Insurance- Steve Cates . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Heartland Properties- Blanchard Johnson . . . . .25
Precision Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Alter Metal Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Heartland Properties- Glenda Doupe . . . . . . . . .25
Prudential Ambassador Real Estate Ron Burkle .22,42
Arrow Towing & Recovery Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Heartland Properties- Michelle Rochleau . . . . .24
R.J. Nelson Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,40
Atherton Automotive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Heartland Properties- Tom Spetman . . . . . . . . .24
RD Homes, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Bluffs Apartments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26,31
Hildreth Landscaping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Rebels in His Hands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
BP Quality Homes, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Hoy-Kilnoski Funeral Home & Crematory . . . . .45,47
Refuge Bible Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Broadway United Methodist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Iowa Heart Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Robert Bensen/ CB Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,50
Brocker, Karns & Karns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Jantiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Ronald Pierce/Fuller Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Cambridge Sons Construction, Inc . . . . . . . . . .23
JM Roth Construction, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
RP Performance Auto, Rod Pressgrove . . . . . . .15,36
Carson Body Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,36
Joes Karting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Saint John Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Catholic Charities Phoenix House . . . . . . . . . . .44
JW Floors-Home Improvements . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Salem UMC Manna Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Church of Freedom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Key Real Estate- Harvey Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Salem United Methidist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
City of Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation . . . . .12
Knott Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Sandau Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Community Education Foundation . . . . . . . . . .32
Krohn & Smith Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Serenity Dog Salon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Corpus Christi/HolyFamily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Leach Camper/Morningfire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Sherry Ebertowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Corpus Christi/Our Lady of Carter Lake . . . . . .39
Lee Ann Hughes - Backyard Tree Service . . . . .50
Southview Bible Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Corpus Christi/Queen of Apostles . . . . . . . . . . .39
Living Hope Community Church . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Southwest 8 Area on Aging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Cottonwood Apartments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19,31
Lynch Jewelry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
St. Paul's Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Maher-Livingston Funeral & Cremation Services 47
St. Peters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Coziahr Heating & Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,40
McMullen Ford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20,30
State Farm - John Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Crossroads Christian Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Medicap Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
State Farm - Tracy Hough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Dan and Jami's Railway Inn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Mike Schmidt - Retaining Walls . . . . . . . . . . . .50
The Narmi Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Diamond Vogel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Mikel USA/Lakeside/Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Tom's Auto Body . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,36
Diana Bates Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,49
Miller Orthopaedic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Tri-Center Community Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Dickinson & Clark CPA's, PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Minden Meat Market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
TS Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Dickinson Investment Advisors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
New Horizion Presbyterian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Twin Cities Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Done Right Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,49
New Life Fellowship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
UP Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
East Side Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Norm's Heating & Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Varn's Body Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Echo Electric Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
NP Dodge Real Estate- Brenda Flores . . . . . . . .24
Walker Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
EPCO LTD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,49
NP Dodge Real Estate- Charlie McConkey . . . .24
West Broadway Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Farm Bureau Finanacial Services . . . . . . . . . . . .41
NP Dodge Real Estate- Deb & Ryan Powell . . . .25
Western Iowa Mutual Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
First Christian Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
NP Dodge Real Estate- Gladys Danker . . . . . . .25
Wings of Hope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
First National Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
NP Dodge Real Estate- Jerre Hunter . . . . . . . . .24
Yankee Construction, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Gade Insurances Services Inc- Jay Simms . . . .41
NP Dodge Real Estate- Leanne Knudson . . . . . .24
YMCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
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SPORTS & RECREATION PAGES 7-15
WHERE WE LIVE PAGES 16-26
ARTS & CULTURE PAGES 27-28 Area Chambers of Commerce
DIVERSIONS PAGES 29-33
EDUCATION PAGES 34-43
HEALTH & OUTREACH PAGES 44-47
Council Bluffs 149 W. Broadway (712) 325-1000 or (800) 228-6878 councilbluffsiowa.com
Neola Sweet Gatherings candy shop 111 Fourth St. (712) 485-2319
Iowa Welcome Center Western Historic Trails Center 3434 Richard Downing Ave. (712) 366-4900 iowahistory.org
Oakland P.O. Box 212 (712) 482-6457 (Great Western Bank) cityofoaklandiowa.com
Atlantic 102 Chestnut St. (712) 243-3017 atlanticiowa.com Clarinda 115 E. Main St. (712) 542-2166 clarinda.org Crawford County 18 S. Main St., Denison (712) 263-5621 or (712) 263-6622 cdcia.org Glenwood (includes Malvern) 32 1/2 North Walnut St. (712) 527-3298 glenwoodia.com Logan Co-president Chris Hartwig, (712) 644-2247 Co-president Ray Darling, (712) 644-3391 loganiowa.com
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Missouri Valley 100 S. Fourth St. (712) 642-2553 missourivalleychamber.com
Onawa 707 Iowa Ave. (712) 423-1801 onawa.com Red Oak 307 E. Reed St. (712) 623-4821 redoakiowa.com Shelby County 1101 Seventh St., Harlan (712) 755-2114 exploreshelbycounty.com Shenandoah 100 Maple St. (712) 246-3455 shenandoahiowa.net Sidney P.O. Box 401 (712) 310-5111 sidneyiowachamber.com Walnut (Merchantâ€™s Association) P.O. Box 268 (712) 784-3900 walnutiowa.org Woodbine 65 Fifth St. (712) 647-3434
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SPORTS & RECREATION State Parks & Recreation Areas Lake Manawa State Park 1100 South Shore Drive, Council Bluffs; (712) 366-0220 Includes 1,529 acres with 772-acre lake, open yearround. Boating, fishing, swimming, playground, picnic shelters and trails, including six miles of mountain bike trails. Trails connect to Western Historic Trails Center, Council Bluffs trails system, Wabash Trace Trail. Beach open daily 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Adults, $3; ages 4 to 12, senior citizens, $2; children under 4, free. Private shelter rentals available at (712) 366-4802. Popular feature: Depends on the day. Usually picnic shelters, camping and boating are full. Camping: Open year-round; 72 modern camping sites with showers and restrooms for tent and RV camping, 37 with electrical hookups. May 1 through Oct. 1: $16 with electrical hookup, $11 without. Oct. 2 through April 30: $11 with electrical hookup, $6 without. Reservations available for half the campsites; other half are first-come, first-served. Reservations: (877) 427-2757 or iowastateparks.reserveamerica.com. Camping tip: Sites can be reserved from 90 days to two days in advance. For holiday and fireworks weekends, book early. Arrive Wednesday or Thursday for nonreserved site and Monday or Tuesday for holiday weekends. Fishing: Bass, bluegill, crappie, walleye, wiper, drum, channel catfish and carp. Handicapped fishing access. Good water quality. Wilson Island State Recreation Area 32801 Campground Lane, Missouri Valley; (712) 642-2069 The areaâ€™s 544 acres include five miles of trails for hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and mountain biking. Boat ramp to Missouri River, nature trail, fishing, picnic facilities, canoeing, playground, hunting and camping. Popular features: Camping and boat ramp. Camping: Open year-round. 135 modern camping sites for tent and RV camping with 63 electrical hookups, two youth group camping areas and one cabin. Showers and restrooms available in summer. Memorial Day to Labor Day, $16 with electrical hookup, $11 without. Winter, $11 with electric hookup, $6 without. Cabin, $25 per night, $150 per week. Reservations: (877) 427-2757 or iowastateparks.reserveamerica.com. Camping tip: Must reserve at least two days in advance and can be made up to three months in advance. Electric sites fill up nearly every weekend, so plan accordingly. For first-come, first-served, busy weekends fill up by Thursday, so get here early in the week. Fishing: Missouri River contains sturgeon, catfish, drum, walleye and carp. DeSoto also has a wide range of fish. Honors both Iowa and Nebraska fishing licenses.
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SPORTS & RECREATION Nature Areas DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge 1434 316th Lane, Missouri Valley (Five miles west of Missouri Valley on U.S. Highway 30) (712) 642-4121; fws.gov/midwest/desoto This 8,362-acre area includes a seven-mile-long lake surrounded by woods, wetlands and grasslands, and is a prime spot for observing the fall migrations of ducks and geese. Hiking on five nature trails, biking on 14 miles of roads, and fishing; regulated hunting; picnic facilities. The visitors center includes artifacts recovered from the Bertrand, an 1865-era steamboat. Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Hours: Visitors center open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Refuge open daily, 30 minutes before dawn to 30 minutes after sunset. Entrance fee: $3 per vehicle per day. Hitchcock Nature Center 27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek (712) 545-3283; pottcoconservation.com This Iowa center has a 22-acre campsite, hiking trails, playground, archery range, sled run, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails. Cabin rentals, $45 per night. Nature trail accessible to wheelchairs, strollers. Home to Loess Hills Preserve. Loess Hills Lodge Interpretation Center features interactive exhibits and a kidsâ€™ area. Operated by the Pottawattamie County Conservation Board. Hours: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Lodge open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, March to November; 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Open Friday through Sunday afternoons December through February. Entrance fee: $2 per vehicle per day; annual county park permit, $10.
Desoto National Wildlife Reguge Narrows River Park North 25th Street, Council Bluffs; Interstate 29, Exit 55 On the Missouri River banks at the northern edge of Council Bluffs (712) 323-1342; pottcoconservation.com Picnic areas, playground, swings, boat ramp, archery range, horseshoe pit, shelter rental and restrooms. Operated by the Pottawattamie County Conservation Board. Hours: April-October (or later, depending on weather), 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily. Fee: $2 per vehicle or $10 annual permit. Western Historic Trails Center 3434 Richard Downing Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 366-4900; iowahistory.org National monument to the Lewis and Clark, Mormon, California and Oregon Trails. Exhibits, hiking and biking trails, Iowa Welcome Center. White Catfish Camp Days in July feature re-enactments, music and history lectures. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily; closed state holidays.
Public Sports Facilities Big Lake 2600 N. Eighth St., Council Bluffs (712) 328-4650 Baseball, softball, tennis, soccer, ice skating Council Bluffs Recreation Complex 2900 Richard Downing Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 328-4650 parksandrec.councilbluffsia.gov/complex.asp Four softball fields, four baseball diamonds, two youth/fast-pitch fields, 10 fullsize soccer fields, four full-sized football fields, playground and bike trail.
Council Bluffs Recreation Complex
Baseball & Softball Fields Bahnsen, 1720 Ave. L, Council Bluffs Big Lake Park, 2600 N. Eighth St., Council Bluffs Lewis Central, 3504 Harry Langdon Blvd., Council Bluffs Roberts Park, 1000 N. 25th St., Council Bluffs St. Albert, 400 Gleason Ave., Council Bluffs Sunset Park, 1000 16th Ave., Council Bluffs Valley View, 1600 Franklin Ave., Council Bluffs Westwood, 1200 S. 35th St., Council Bluffs Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 715 N. 21st St., Council Bluffs
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Parks & Gardens Bayliss Park 100 Pearl St., Council Bluffs Eyes immediately focus on “Wellspring,” a stunning 20-foot fountain made of concentric stainless steel shapes. Designed by Brower Hatcher, the fountain continually changes spray and colored light patterns. Hatcher’s equally intriguing “Oculus” pavilion provides a classic bandstand setting for concerts on summer evenings. The plaza includes a children’s play area with water jets, benches, black-squirrel sculptures and landscaping. Numerous memorials grace the park’s perimeter. Lewis and Clark Monument 19962 Monument Road, Council Bluffs (712) 328-4650 From this bluff-top perch, the view west across the Missouri River to Omaha and Eppley Airfield is like no other. Erected in 1935 to commemorate the July 28, 1804, meeting of Lewis and Clark with members of the Otoe and Missouria Tribes, the monument was substantially restored by 2002. The park, a favorite destination for veteran bicyclists, includes a trails, interpretive information and a restroom. Free. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 29 Exit 55 to North 25th Street; follow the signs past Big Lake Park to the monument.
HITCHCOCK NATURE CENTER Loess Hills Lodge Rentals Enjoy our beautiful views and scenic trails during your next family get-together or work retreat! – Offering rental spaces for groups from 10 to 100! – Conveniently located 20 minutes from the Council Bluffs/Omaha area
For more information contact Erin Kenney 712-328-5830 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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SPORTS & RECREATION Recreational Trails
1. 144th Street Trail Length: 8.5 miles 2. Bellevue Loop of Keystone Trail Length: 8.9 miles 3. Big Papio Trail Length: 9.9 miles 4. Boulevard Connector Trail Length: 3.1 miles 5. Field Club Trail Length: 1.7 miles 6. Indian Creek Trail Length: 3.5 miles 7. Iowa Riverfront Trail/Big Lake Trail Length: 7 miles
8. Keystone Trail Length: 15.2 miles 9. Lake Manawa Trail Length: 5.4 miles 10. Military Road Trail Length: 2.8 miles 11. Newport Landing Trail Length: 3.5 miles 12. Omaha Riverfront Trail Length: 21.0 miles 13. Sorensen Parkway Trail Length: 4.8 miles 14. Valley View Trail Length: 5.0 miles
15. Veterans Memorial Trail Length: 5.0 miles 16. Wabash Trace Nature Trail Length: 62.3 miles 17. Walnut Creek Trail Length: 3.0 miles 18. Wehrspann Lake Trail Length: 6.5 miles 19. West Papio Trail Length: 13.3 miles 20. Western Historic Trails Center Link Length: 2.8 miles 21. Zorinsky Lake Trail Length: 7.4 miles
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Camping Arrowhead Park 29357 310th St., Neola; Interstate 80, Exit 23 (712) 485-2295; pottcoconservation.com Open year-round. $10 Pottawattamie County park permit required or $2 per vehicle per day. No daily parking fee for campers. Horse-riding and hiking trails, fishing, playground, sand volleyball court, picnic facilities, paddle boat and canoe rental, showers and restrooms. Primitive camping area, 65 electrical hookups and three rustic cabins. Tent camping, $10 per tent per night. RV camping, $12 to $15 per night. Cabin rental, $45 per night, two-night minimum on weekends; three-night minimum on major holidays. Botna Bend Park 42926 Mahogany Road, Hancock. On Iowa Highway 59 eight miles south of Interstate 80, Exit 40 (712) 741-5465; pottcoconservation.com Open year-round. $10 Pottawattamie County park permit or $2 per vehicle per day. No daily parking fee for campers. 117 acres, located on West Nishnabotna River. Basketball and volleyball courts, biking, bison and elk herds, canoe and kayak rentals, fishing, hiking trails, picnic areas and playground. Fifty-seven camping areas with electrical hookups. Tent camping, $10 per night; RV camping, $12 per night. Tomes Country Club Acres 706 W. South Omaha Bridge Road, Council Bluffs (712) 366-0363 RV park with 25 stalls with full hookups. RV camping, price varies by season.
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SPORTS & RECREATION Mini Golf
Shady Lane Ranch Shady Lane Ranch 17744 Shady Lane, Council Bluffs (712) 323-1932; shadylaneranch.com Offers guided trail rides and hayrack rides over 300 scenic acres of trail and pasture. Great for beginning riders.
Blue Waters Mini Golf Blue Waters Mini Golf 2929 Mabrey Lane, Carter Lake (712) 347-5553; bluewatersminigolf.com 18-hole outdoor course. $4/round. Hours: Closed Monday; Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
OPEN RACING Every Day! www.joeskarting.com email@example.com 712-256-5278 2121 S. 32nd Street Directly East of AMC Star Theater in Council Bluffs Iowa 51501
Specialty Sports Twin City Eagles Flying Field River Road, Council Bluffs (402) 651-5559 Open to the public seven days a week; flying events scheduled year-round. Extreme aerobatics on Wednesday nights. Flying lessons Thursday nights. Metro Paintball Games 20595 McPherson Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 325-4263 metropaintballgames.com Field fee $15, plus rental and paintball fees. Group rates. Memberships available.
So Many Options to Get Out & Have a Good Time in Council Bluffs! • Annual Black Squirrel Triathlon (for Adults & Youth) Aug 27th • Youth Sports & Summer Camps • Adult Softball • Pool Parties • 27 Parks Including ATV Park, Skate Park & Recreation Trails
All Activities Posted Online at www.cbparksandrec.org 209 Pearl St. • (712) 328-4650 It Starts in Parks!
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SPORTS & RECREATION Water Fun Pirate Cove Water Park
Water Playgounds & Splash Zones Bayliss Park First Avenue and Pearl Street, Council Bluffs Water spouts from plaza floor near Wellspring fountain. Free.
Golf Courses Public Courses Dodge Riverside, 2 Harrah’s Blvd., (712) 3284660;18 holes, par 72, Fox Run, 3001 Macineery Drive, (712) 366-4653; 18 holes, par 71 Shoreline, 210 E. Locust St., Carter Lake, (712) 3475173; 18 holes, par 72 Westwood Park, 421 Harrah’s Blvd., (712) 328-4675; 9 holes, par 27 Semi-private Courses Bent Tree, 23579 U.S. Highway 6 East, (712) 5669441; 18 holes, par 72 Quail Run Country Club, 29512 285th St., (712) 485-2266, Neola; 9 holes, par 36 Private Courses Council Bluffs Country Club, 4500 Piute St., (712) 366-1639; 18 holes, par 71
Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge 705 Riverfront Drive, Omaha Three-acre Omaha Plaza with interactive jet fountain. Free. Aquatic Centers Katelman Pool 1230 16th Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 328-4939, cbparksandrec.org/aquatics.asp Open Monday, noon to 8 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, noon to 7 p.m.; Friday through Sunday, noon to 6 p.m., June through August. Admission, $4. Punch card for 10 swims, $30; season passes available. Family night is Monday, 5 to 8 p.m., $2 per person. Swim lessons available. Missouri Valley Aquatic Center 700 W. Huron St., Missouri Valley (712) 642-2001 Open Monday through Friday, 1 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 9 p.m. Admission: Adults, $3.50; ages 6 to 17, $2.50; free for children ages 5 and younger. Pirate Cove Water Park 915 N. 21st St., Council Bluffs (712) 328-4694, cbparksandrec.org/aquatics.asp Open Monday, noon to 8 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, noon to 7 p.m.; Friday through Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. Open June through August. Admission $4 ($5 with slides). Punch cards for 10 swims, $30 ($40 with slides). Season passes available. Monday is Family Night, 5 to 8 p.m.; $2 per person. Swim lessons available.
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Bring this ad to the Council Bluffs Y to receive 3 FREE visits.
7 South 4th St 712-527-4352 • www.metroymca.org Financial assistance available within the resources of the organization. Must be 19 years old. Please bring photo ID with pass. Expires 12/31/11.
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SPORTS & RECREATION Fishing & Lakes Carter Lake Abbott Drive and Carter Lake Boulevard Lake was completely restocked in late 2010. Lake size: 322 acres; Recreation area: 520 acres Water quality: Good. Fish are fine to eat. Open 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fish species: Bluegill, channel catfish, largemouth bass
Lake Manawa 2.5 miles south of I-80, Exit 3, or 2.5 miles west of I-29, Exit 47 A favorite spot for anglers of all ages. Great for ice fishing. Lake size: 772 acres; Recreation area: 1,529 acres Water quality: Good Fish species: Bluegill, bullhead, carp, channel and flathead catfish, crappie and largemouth bass
organizationss & clubs For information or to join us in this ministry, call:
of Pottawattamie County Iowa All contributions are tax deductible! We accept donations of materials, furniture and appliances if in good condition.
(402) 734-5787 or (712) 256-2219
New home construction (single and multi-family), major renovations, & repairs for owner occupied homes that meet program guidelines.
Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center, a nonprofit organization, assists those with cancer of all stages and provides emotional support & guidance for people with cancer and their family members. SUPPORT GROUPS: Hope for Tomorrow Cancer Support Group: Meets the 3rd Monday of the month, 6–7:30PM Young Women’s Breast Cancer Support Group: Meets the 1st Tuesday of the month, 6–7:30PM Men’s Cancer Activity Group: Meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:00–8:30PM Women’s Cancer Survivor Exercise Group – Healthy Moves: Meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month, 6:30–8:00PM
COUNSELING: Licensed Mental Health Professional available to provide individual and family counseling. HEALING TOUCH: Practitioner Apprentice available to provide this nurturing energy therapy. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Provides financial assistance for medications, over-the-counter needs, and transportation for pre-qualified cancer patients during treatment. HOPE CHEST RENEWAL ROOM: Provides wigs, hats, cancer information, survival kits and cancer support to cancer patients. A TIME TO HEAL CANCER REHABILITATION PROGRAM: 12 week cancer rehabilitation program for cancer patients who have completed treatment: Meets on Tuesdays, 5:30–8:30 p.m. beginning August 30.
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Contact us for more information! 712-325-8970 www.wingsofhope.org 427 E. Kanesville Blvd., Suite 202, Council Bluffs, Iowa 51503
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SPORTS & RECREATION Fishing & Hunting Licenses Licenses are available at retail vendors throughout the state. The list is available online from the Department of Natural Resources, iowadnr.gov, or by calling (800) 367-1188. More information: (515) 2815918. Habitat stamp: $13 resident, required for ages 16 to 65; $13 nonresident, required for all ages. General hunting permit: $19 resident; $112 nonresidents 18 and older; $32 nonresidents 18 and younger. Deer license: Residents: $28.50, any deer. Nonresidents: $426, comes with one tag apiece for any deer and antlerless deer; $228, additional nonresident antlerless deer permit cost; $78, nonresident holiday (between Dec. 24, 2011, and Jan. 2, 2012) antlerless permit. Migratory bird fee: $10, required. Fishing license: $19 resident; $41 nonresident. Required for ages 16 and older. Seven-day fishing permit: $13.50 resident; $32 nonresident. Three-day fishing permit: $17 nonresident only. 24-hour fishing permit: $9.50 resident; $10.50 nonresident. Trout-fishing fee: $12.50 resident; $15 nonresident. Rod Pressgrove
Fishing and hunting licenses are available at retail vendors throughout the state.
Boating Licenses Boating guidelines are available at most county courthouses and state parks. Licensing a new boat: Requires a manufacturer’s statement of origin, a bill of sale, the per-person capacity, color, make, year, length, serial number and width of the boat. New boats 17 feet or longer must be titled. To license a used boat, a title, signed and current registration and a bill of sale are required. All boat licenses need to be renewed every three years. Iowa Department of Natural Resources, (515) 281-5918. Boat licenses: Can be purchased at the Pottawattamie County Recorder’s Office, 227 S. Sixth St., Council Bluffs; (712) 328-5612. Registration fee: $12 for a new boat, no sail or motor; $22.50 for motorboat or sailboat of less than 16 feet; $36 for 16 to 26 feet; $75 for 26 to 40 feet; $150 for 40 feet or longer. Boat trailers: $20 annually.
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WHERE WE LIVE Pottawattamie County JOHN SCHREIER WORLD-HERALD NEWS SERVICE
MACEDONIA – Roughly a dozen pairs of yellow eyes stare down visitors as they enter the Stempel Bird Museum. The stuffed hawks, owls and falcons greeting visitors in this Pottawattamie County museum are just a handful of the roughly 300 birds on display for the public. The collection started because of a passion for wildlife by longtime Macedonia doctor Guido Stempel, who died in 1917. Stempel feared the extinction of many of the species he saw in the hills and prairies near this town, which lies 20 miles east of Council Bluffs by the West Nishnabotna River. His gift to future generations of Iowans was a donation of more than 200 species of birds, many of which were stuffed with cedar chips for preservation in the early 20th century. Most of the birds still maintain the lifelike poses Stempel strove to create a century ago. “It’s a grand collection,” said Ruby Bentley, president of the Macedonia Historical Society. “Where else can you see these so up close?” The museum might be the closest anyone can get to a whooping crane. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that only 400 of these tall, majestic white birds still roam wild today. Visitors also can view species not native to the continent, such as a parrot and a European goldfinch. While eyes might move directly toward the larger birds of prey and game birds, the museum also houses an array of tiny, colorful songbirds and hummingbirds. Although the historical society keeps windows shut and lights down to help preserve the birds, visitors can contact City Hall or the Pioneer Trail Museum to schedule a tour.
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WHERE WE LIVE Pottawattamie County
COUNCIL BLUFFS 209 Pearl St., second floor (712) 328-4616 Population: 62,230
AVOCA 201 N. Elm St. (712) 343-2424 Population: 1,506
CARSON 316 S. Commercial St. (712) 484-3636 Population: 812
CARTER LAKE 950 Locust St. (712) 347-6320 Population: 3,785
CRESCENT 102 W. Florence St. (712) 545-3981 Population: 617
HANCOCK 207 N. Main St. (P.O. Box 108) 712-741-5665 Population: 196
MACEDONIA 322 Main St. 712-486-2323 Population: 246
McCLELLAND 117 Main St. (P.O. Box 552) 712-566-2977 Population: 151
MINDEN 207 Main St. (712) 483-2991 Population: 599
NEOLA 105 Third St. (P.O. Box 67) (712) 485-2307 Population: 842
OAKLAND 101 N. Main St. (712) 482-6811 Population: 1,527
TREYNOR 7 S. Eyberg Ave. (P.O. Box 234) (712) 487-3787 Population: 919
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WHERE WE LIVE Harrison County MISSOURI VALLEY – A berry no more than half the diameter of a dime has made big waves in Harrison County and across the nation. Vaughn, Cindy and Andrew Pittz turned Sawmill Hollow, an organic farm located in the Loess Hills north of town, into the first commercial aronia berry plantation in the country in the mid-1990s. Since then, the Pittzes have been alerting the world to this little fruit through traveling across the country, hosting field days and creating the North American Aronia Berry Festival, held in September. While numerous operations nationwide have begun cultivating the berries, only Missouri Valley is known as the Aronia Berry Capital of the United States. “We feel it has the potential to be a great crop for the rural Midwest,” Vaughn Pittz said, “one that can benefit both family farmers and Heartland communities.” Aronia berries are native to the region, but the easy-to-grow berries weren’t reintroduced until Vaughn Pittz discovered them at a convention.
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LITTLE SIOUX 407 First St. 712-649-2211 Population: 170
LOGAN 108 W. Fourth St. 712-644-2425 Population: 1,534
MAGNOLIA 380 Magnolia St. 712-648-6030 Population: 183
MISSOURI VALLEY 223 E. Erie St. 712-642-3502 Population: 2,838
DUNLAP 716 Iowa Ave. 712-643-5721 Population: 1,042 PERSIA 113 Main St. 712-488-3275 Population: 319 MODALE 310 E. Palmer St. 712-645-2601 Population: 283
MONDAMIN 107 S. Main St. (P.O. Box 196) 712-646-2431
WOODBINE 517 Walker St. 712-647-2550 Population: 1,459
PISGAH 106 E. Main St. 712-456-2301 Population: 251
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WHERE WE LIVE Mills County
PACIFIC JUNCTION 407 Lincoln Ave. (712) 622-8157 Population: 471
MALVERN 107 E. Fourth St. (712) 624-8282 Population: 1,142
EMERSON 410 Manchester St. (712) 824-7866 Population: 438 HASTINGS 401 Indian Ave. (712) 624-9021 Population: 152 SILVER CITY 417 Main St. (712) 525-1090 Population: 245
GLENWOOD 107 S. Locust St. (712) 527-4717 Population: 5,269
HENDERSON 310 Maple St. (712) 825-5151 Population: 185
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WHERE WE LIVE More Southwest Iowa Counties and Cities
Crawford County Denison 111 N. Main St. (712) 263-3143 Population: 7,339
Shelby County Harlan 711 Durant St. (712) 755-5137 Population: 5,282 Shelby 419 East St. (712) 544-2404 Population: 696
Fremont County Tabor 626 Main St. (712) 629-2295 Population: 99
Cass County Atlantic 23 E. Fourth St. (712) 243-4810 Population: 7,112
Montgomery County Red Oak 601 N. Sixth St. (712) 623-6510 Population: 5,742
Monona County Onawa 914 Diamond St. (712) 433-1181 Population: 3,091
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WHERE WE LIVE Government Iowa House of Representatives
Redistricting will bring changes in the next election. State representatives in the metro area:
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Governorâ€™s Office Gov. Terry Branstad Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds Office of the Governor, State Capitol, 1007 E. Grand Ave., Des Moines, 50319; (515) 281-5211; governor.iowa.gov and ltgovernor.iowa.gov
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WHERE WE LIVE Community Centers Carter Lake Community Center 1000 Willow Drive, Carter Lake (712) 347-6006 clcrc.org YMCA of Greater Omaha 7 S. Fourth St., Council Bluffs (712) 322-6606 metroymca.org The Center 714 S. Main St., Council Bluffs (712) 323-5995 thecbcenter.org Council Bluffs Jaycees Gives young adults tools and support for success in business through leadership, personal training and civic involvement. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
builderss guide CAMBRIDGE SONS CONSTRUCTION, INC.
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RD Homes Trust Russ Cain of RD Homes to build your dream home! Russ, a native of Council Bluffs, has been a builder in southwest Iowa since 1999.You can find his quality work in subdivisions such as Briarwood, Ferndale, Bent Tree, Fox Run, Coronado Keys, Zaiger and Trace View Estates. Call Russ at RD Homes today!
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WHERE WE LIVE Libraries
Council Bluffs Public Library
Avoca, 213 N. Elm St., (712) 343-6358 Council Bluffs, 400 Willow Ave., (712) 323-7553 Emerson, 701 Morton Ave., (712) 8247867 Glenwood, 109 N. Vine St., (712) 527-5252 Logan, 121 E. Sixth St., (712) 644-2551 Modale, 208 N. Main St., (712) 645-2826 Mondamin, 201 Maple St., (712) 646-2888 Owen (Carter Lake), 1120 Willow Drive, (712) 347-5492 Silver City, 408 Main St., (712) 525-9053
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WHERE WE LIVE Licenses Drivers Newcomers must obtain an Iowa license within 30 days of establishing residence. Two-year license, $8; five-year license, $20. License may be renewed up to 30 days before and 60 days after driver’s birthday. Changing your name on a driver’s license must be done in person. Drivers younger than 18 and older than 70 can obtain only a two-year driver’s license. (800) 5321121. Harrison County: Renewals and driver’s license testing: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Driving test: Thursdays by appointment. Harrison County Courthouse, 111 N. Second Ave., Logan; (712) 644-2371. Mills County: Renewals and driver’s license exams: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Driving test: By appointment. Mills County Courthouse, 418 Sharp St., Glenwood; (712) 527-5314. Pottawattamie County: Renewals and driver’s license exams: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday; 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday; Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., Suite 300, Council Bluffs; (712) 323-1219.
Vehicles Harrison County: Treasurer’s Office, (712) 644-2144 Mills County: Treasurer’s Office, (712) 527-1508 Pottawattamie County: Treasurer’s Office, (712) 328-5631
Harrison County Recorder’s Office: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. $35 fee. 111 N. Second Ave., Logan; (712) 644-2545. Mills County Recorder’s Office: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. $35 fee. 418 Sharp St., Glenwood; (712) 527-9315. Pottawattamie County Recorder’s Office: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. $35 fee. 227 S. Sixth St., Council Bluffs; (712) 328-5725.
Private Entrances W/D Connections Kitchen Appliances Water Paid Pets Welcome Lower Units Handicap Accessible Quick Interstate Access
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ARTS & CULTURE Concert & Performance Venues Arts Center at Iowa Western Community College 2700 College Road, Council Bluffs (712) 388-7140 artscenter.iwcc.edu Features college theater and live performances from national touring acts. Performances for 2011-12 include “The Passing Zone,” “Diva Nation,” “In the Mood,” “Away in the Basement,” Richard Marx, The Water Coolers and Danu. Mid-America Center 1 Arena Way, Council Bluffs (712) 323-0536 midamericacenter.com Westfair Amphitheater 22984 U.S. Highway 6, Council Bluffs (712) 322-3400 westfairevents.com
Chanticleer Theater 830 Franklin Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 323-9955 chanticleertheater.com Community theater organization presenting five annual performances. The 2010-11 season includes “Babes in Toyland,” “Sex Please, We’re Sixty,” “What the Butler Saw,” “Mr. Hobbs’ Vacation” and “Happy Days – A New Musical.” Season passes available. Summer theater workshops for children. Town and Country Arts TCA Grad Lodge Arts Center, 107 S. Main St., Modale Chairman: Rick Dilley, (402) 590-6509 or (712) 456-2160 Offers three to four productions a year.
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ARTS & CULTURE Museums Railwest Railroad Museum 1512 S. Main St., Council Bluffs (712) 323-5182 thehistoricalsociety.org A restored 1889 train depot. Features model trains, eight rolling stock, vintage mail car and 1927 club car. Tours year-round by appointment. Hours: April 1 to Oct. 31 – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday though Saturday; 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday from November through March. Admission: $6, adults; $5 senior citizens and AAA members; $4 ages 6 to 12. Free to members and children ages 5 and younger. Union Pacific Railroad Museum 200 Pearl St., Council Bluffs (712) 329-8307 uprrmuseum.org The development of the transcontinental railroad and 150 years of American history are traced in photographs, displays and memorabilia. Hours: Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Free, donations welcome.
Movies Omni 4 Theatres 300 W. Broadway, Council Bluffs (712) 325-6553 omnifour.com Star Council Bluffs Cinema 17 3220 23rd Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 325-8924 amctheatres.com
Arts & Cultural Groups Bluffs Arts Council 209 Pearl St., room 106B, Council Bluffs (712) 328-4992 bluffsarts.org A nonprofit that develops and promotes Council Bluffs as a center for excellence in the arts. Sponsors Music & Movies in the Park, art classes, lecture series, art and music events, art exhibitions and more. Second Fridays Downtown P.O. Box 314, Council Bluffs firstname.lastname@example.org A nonprofit that puts on a free art walk the second Friday of every month. Artists and sponsors are filtered throughout the Bayliss Park and surrounding areas, offering a chance to walk the renovated area, taste regional wines and view and purchase work from local artists.
Council Bluffs Public Art ‘Haymarket Rabbits” By Deborah Masuoka, 2007 Between Main and Pearl Streets
“Circus,” “Interstate” and “Sunrise” By William King Mid-America Center “Molecule Man” By Jonathan Borofsky “Odyssey” By Albert Paley Over Interstate 80 at the South 24th Street Bridge “Rhythm” By Jun Kaneko Mid-America Center “Wellspring and Oculus” By Brower Hatcher Bayliss Park, 100 Pearl St. Original Bayliss Park Fountain West Broadway and Pearl Street “The Journey” Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail Site Western Historic Trails Center, 3434 Richard Downing Ave.
Ruth Ann Dodge Memorial (“Black Angel”) By Daniel Chester French Fairview Cemetery, LaFayette Avenue and North Second Street
“Past & Present” Lewis & Clark Monument, 19962 Monument Road
“Kanesville Tabernacle Founders” 222 E. Broadway
Golden Spike Monument South 21st Street and Ninth Avenue
West BroadwayViaduct Bridge (coming in 2012) By Ed Carpenter West Broadway and North Eighth Street
Sculpture at Big Lake Park, 2600 N. Eighth St. Veteran’s Memorial Bayliss Park, 100 Pearl St. Entry mural at Council Bluffs Public Library 400 Willow Ave. Lincoln Monument 601 Oakland Ave. and LaFayette Avenue
“The Early Days of Kanesville” mural By Grant Wood Iowa Western Community College, Looft Hall, 2700 College Road “Wish You Were Here” Broadway Markers West Broadway and Glen Avenue
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DIVERSIONS Historic Sites Historic General Dodge House 605 Third St., Council Bluffs The 1869 Victorian home, facing west from a bluff above the commercial district, belonged to Gen. Grenville M. and Ruth Anne Dodge. Gen. Dodge was Union Pacific Railroad’s chief engineer when the company built the Transcontinental Railroad. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Closed Mondays in January. Admission: $7, adults; $5, senior citizens; $3, ages 6 to 16. Closed Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Kanesville Tabernacle 222 E. Broadway, Council Bluffs (712) 322-0500 mormonhistoricsitesfoundation.org and lds.org/placestovisit Originally part of a Mormon Trail settlement, the log tabernacle is a replica of the 1847 tabernacle where Brigham Young became president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. April through September; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. October through March. Free. Oakland-Fairview Neighborhood Developed during the 1890s, the neighborhood features a wealth of 19th-century architecture, including the Judge Finley Burke mansion at 510 Oakland Ave., Council Bluffs, built of Minnesota granite. The Lincoln Monument is at the western end of Lafayette Avenue. Nearby is Fairview Cemetery, the burial site of many early settlers, including Amelia Bloomer. “The Oakland-Fairview Black Angel,” a sculpture Neighborhood by Daniel Chester French in honor of Ruth Anne Dodge, stands at the east end of Lafayette Avenue where it intersects with North Second Street. Squirrel Cage Jail 226 Pearl St., Council Bluffs (712) 323-2509 thehistoricalsociety.org The only three-story rotary jail in the United States features exhibits on local crimes and ghosts. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. November to March on Saturday and Sunday. Tours available. Admission: $7, adults; $5, ages 6 to 12. Discounts available for senior citizens and AAA members. Rates for group tours. Free to members and children ages 5 and younger.
Gambling CASINOS Ameristar 2200 River Road, Council Bluffs (712) 328-8888 or (877) 462-7827; ameristarcasinos.com Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Slots, video poker and table games. AAA four-diamond hotel, four restaurants including sports bar, brunch, lunch and dinner buffet and bakery. Live entertainment. Harrah’s 1 Harrah’s Blvd, Council Bluffs harrahs.com Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Progressive slot machines, video poker and table games. A hotel, steakhouse, 24-hour diner, bar, lounge and lunch and dinner buffets. Live entertainment, outdoor concert venue. Horseshoe 2701 23rd Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 323-2500; horseshoe.com Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Slots, poker room and table games. A hotel, two restaurants and a lunch and dinner buffet. Live entertainment. Visit whiskeyroadhouse.com for details. GREYHOUND Bluffs Run Greyhound Park at Horseshoe Casino 2701 23rd Ave., Council Bluffs (712) 323-2500; horseshoe.com Greyhound racing Tuesday through Sunday at 4 p.m. year-round. Horse and greyhound simulcasting yearround, seven days a week.
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DIVERSIONS Shopping Mall of the Bluffs Interstate 80 at Madison Avenue, 2701 23rd Ave., Council Bluffs; (712) 323-9986; mallofthebluffs.com About 100 stores, including Barnes & Noble and Aéropostale; plus a food court and play area for children. Anchors: Dillard’s, Sears. Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 6 p.m.; hours vary for some stores. The Marketplace Southeast of Interstate 29 and South 24th Street, Council Bluffs; (402) 558-2200; magnumcompanies.com Newer shopping center is a mix of small shops, anchors and junior anchors. Stores include J.C. Penney, Shopko, Petco, Shoe Carnival and Verizon Wireless. Metro Crossing Northwest of Interstate 29 and U.S. Highway 275, Council Bluffs; (800) 573-2158; kimcorealty.com The location, near Lake Manawa State Park, has a mix of large and small shops. They include Target, Kohl’s, TJ Maxx, Lane Bryant, Dress Barn and Bed, Bath & Beyond.
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The mission of the Community Education Foundation is to provide support to individuals and families in ways that contribute to their ability to learn. We accomplish our mission through cooperation with the Council Bluffs Community Schools and other organizations. The Community Education Foundation has established the Gold Star Fund to provide opportunities for individuals, businesses, and organizations to invest in the success of our communityâ€™s children. In the effort to raise community awareness of and financial support for programs that are not funded by tax dollars, the
Community Education Foundation actively solicits community support for the projects of the Gold Star Fund. Once a donation is received, the Foundationâ€™s administrative staff works with the school district to implement the project. The Foundation also works with the donor or designee to provide all necessary documentation. The Community Education Foundation is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization under the direction of a Board of Directors. All contributions are deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Our mission at Kids & Company is to provide supervised activities that nurture your child's mental and social development. With an array of activities as diverse as each individual child, Kids & Company is sure to have something for everyone!
The Community Education Foundation is proud to give you the C.B. Schools Alumni Association. Our charter is to provide you with a lifetime connection to your friends and the schools of the Council Bluffs Community School District. The web site, http://www.commedfoundation.org/alumni_reunionsmain.php, provides reunion information for alumni to connect to longtime (and sometimes lost) friends. You can also discover current activities at your alma
Whether its arts and crafts, clubs, field trips, quiet study time or our awesome Summer Adventure Program, Kids & Company offers your child the chance to grow and learn in and environment that is as educational as it is fun!
mater and what its needs through the donations section. The C.B. Schools Alumni Association offers news, information and resources to assist groups planning reunions, including a growing database of names and addresses of alumni. Reunion groups may contact us for lists, or even mailing labels. Read on for high school memories, current reunion information, school updates and more!
The STARS Scholarship provides up to $2000 per year to non-traditional students who are parents wanting to go back to school for a Bachelor's Degree, an Associate's Degree, license or certification. This scholarship provides money to cover expenses not covered by financial aid or other programs. It may be granted for up to three years (four years for a Bachelor's degree) as long as the student remains full-time and is working on
a degree, license or certification. The STARS Scholarship may be used at Iowa Western Community College, Kaplan University, EQ School of Hair Design, Metropolitan Community College, ITT Tech, UNO, Buena Vista University, Bellevue University, Clarkson College, College of St. Mary's and other schools offering a minimum one year program. The STARS Scholarship Program is generously funded by the Iowa West Foundation and administered by the CB Community Education Foundation.
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DIVERSIONS Event Sampler September AppleGrass Bluegrass Festival – Ditmars Orchard and the Great Plains Bluegrass and Old Time Music Association host the AppleGrass Bluegrass Festival Sept. 3 and 4 featuring 10 regional bluegrass and old time music bands at the orchard located at 19475 225th St., Council Bluffs. Two-day passes for the festival are $15 or $10 for one day. Children 12 and under are free. Main stage live music is from 5 to 10 p.m. both evenings. Hoo Doo Days – The town of Neola’s festival featuring a parade, street dance, mower tractor pulls and midway rides Sept. 3-5. For information, call (712) 485-2307. Fields of Flight – The fourth annual hot air balloon festival will be held Sept. 9-11 at Ditmars Orchard, 19475 225th St., Council Bluffs. Orchard has apples, pumpkins, hayrack rides, cider making, bands each night, bounce houses and food venders. Carstens Farm Days – The 29th annual event held 32409 380th St., Shelby, features antique machinery, parade, crafts and entertainment, as well as demonstrations. carstensfarm.com. Fall Tea at the Historic General Dodge House – Tea will be served Sept. 11 at 1 and 4 p.m. at the historic home located at 605 Third St., Council Bluffs. dodgehouse.org. HawkWatch Festival – Watch migrating raptors and see hawk demonstrations Sept. 24 at Hitchcock Nature Center, 27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek. pottcoconservation.com. October Chipper’s Great Big Get Together – The annual event held by the Council Bluffs Convention & Visitors Bureau features city attractions open for free or at a reduced rate, as well as children’s activities on Sept. 8. Chili Fest – This Neola festival is held Oct. 15 at Arrowhead Park, 229357 310th St. pottcoconservation.com. Enchanted Forest – Hike a themed trail in your costume on Oct. 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Hitchcock Nature Center, 27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek. pottcoconservation.com. November Festival of Trees – A two-day event held Nov. 19 and 20 featuring decorated trees, live music, art and chil-
dren’s activities at Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel, 1 Harrah’s Blvd. bluffsfestivaloftrees.org. Winterfest – The city of Council Bluffs plans events from late November through early February featuring a variety of sport, art and community activities held all over the city. Past events have included Winterfest Lights in Bayliss Park, Xtreme Winterfest Bike Ride, Winterfest Frozen Golf Outing and Winterfest Snow Softball Tournament. Gingerbread on Parade – Every year, the Kanesville Tabernacle, 222 E. Broadway, Council Bluffs, displays gingerbread houses made by volunteers for the holiday season. See them Nov. 19 through Dec. 31 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Christmas at the Dodge House – The historic house at 605 Third St., Council Bluffs, and the near-by August Beresheim house will display themed trees decorated by community members Nov. 22 through Dec. 31. On Christmas Family Nights (Dec. 8 and 15) family admission is granted and hot chocolate and cookies will be served. dodgehouse.org. Christmas Walk – The town of Walnut will hold the 29th annual downtown walk featuring lit-up storefronts and a towering Christmas tree. Browse the city’s antique shops and displays during special store hours. December Holly Jolly Hike Night – Hitchcock Nature Center, 27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek, will have a familyfriendly hike through the woods Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. Cost is $3. pottcoconservation.com. Holiday on the Trails – The Western Historic Trails Center, 3434 Richard Downing Ave., Council Bluffs, will have live music the evening of Dec. 2; and on Dec. 3 and 4, free photos with Santa and family activities and crafts from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Christmas in Carson – The town of Carson holds its 16th annual holiday event Dec. 7 featuring luminaries, a soup supper at the Community Building, shops open from 5 to 8 p.m. and a visit from Santa. First Night – The annual family-friendly event is held Dec. 31 in several venues around downtown Council Bluffs from 6 a.m. to midnight. The night features live music, dancing, children’s activities and more. (712) 3284601; firstnightcouncilbluffs.org.
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EDUCATION Council Bluffs School Districts Council Bluffs Schools Enrollment: 9,135 (712) 328-6446 Educational Service Center, 12 Scott St., Council Bluffs cb-schools.org Superintendent: Martha Bruckner School board president: David Coziahr School board meets at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from October through May and the fourth Tuesday of the month between June and September, Educational Service Center, 12 Scott St., Council Bluffs.
Lewis Central Community Schools Enrollment: 3,153 (712) 366-8205 Educational Resource Center, 1600 E. South Omaha Bridge Road, Council Bluffs lewiscentral.org Superintendent: Mark Schweer School board president: Dorene Scheffel School board meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Mondays of each month, Educational Resource Center, 1600 E. South Omaha Bridge Road, Council Bluffs.
St. Albert Catholic Enrollment: 744 (712) 329-9000 400 Gleason Ave., Council Bluffs saintalbertschools.org President: Joe Connolly Council Bluffs Area Catholic Board of Education chairman: Mike Golwitzer School board meets at 5:30 p.m. the fourth Monday of each month, 400 Gleason Ave., Council Bluffs.
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TRI-CENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOLS “Home of the Trojans” Tri-Center Elementary School
“Committed to Maximizing Student Potential” Serving the families of Beebeetown, Minden, Neola, Persia and the Surrounding Area Since 1962
WEBSITE: www.tri-center.k12.ia.us Tri-Center Community Schools has the reputation for being one of the finest schools in Southwest Iowa. Tri-Center offers quality educational programs PK through 12, top-notch facilities, campus-wide state of the art technology, outstanding activities programs and a caring, certified faculty, staff and administration. Tri-Center serves nearly 800 students each year. Tri-Center Middle School
Here are just a few of the characteristics/opportunities extended to our students/families: • All buildings/facilities located on one 40-acre campus near I-80 and I-680 interchange • Rural setting that offers good, safe country living 30 minutes from the metro area • Elementary remodeled in 2007; Middle School constructed in 1996 • 3 sections per grade level for grades K-6 (small class sizes) • Newly renovated High School and New High School addition completed in Sept. 2010 • 14 daily bus routes to accommodate the transportation needs of students/families • All buildings air conditioned • Entire campus networked electronically • Five 24-station computer labs on campus
• Twelve wireless mobile PC laptop labs (20 per cart) • Anticipate 1 to 1 Computing for grades 9-12 in 2011-12. Already 2 to 1 for grades 3-12 • Pre-School programs half day and full day • All day every day kindergarten • K-12 drug education, social skills and character education programs • Accelerated Reader/Accelerated Math for grades K-12 • Advanced Placement and college credit courses at the High School level • A greenhouse for Vocational Agriculture and Horticulture • Comprehensive academic, activity and athletic programs – Rigorous academic requirements with traditionally high achievement testing scores
Tri-Center High School
• Excellent, comprehensive fine arts programs • Athletic complex – features a football/soccer stadium and practice fields, softball complex, baseball complex and an eight lane all-weather track • 3 gyms, a multi-purpose building for wrestling/ baseball/softball/auxiliary groups and a large weight training/fitness facility • 98% average daily attendance and 99% graduation rate Firstt Dayy off Schooll forr 2011-12 wass Wednesday,, Augustt 24th Tours of the buildings/facilities are always available upon request or simply by stopping in at one of the building offices.
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EDUCATION Council Bluffs Community School District Elementary schools BLOOMER, 210 S. Seventh St., grades P-5, 488 students, (712) 328-6519 CARTER LAKE, 1000 Willow Drive, Carter Lake, grades P-5, 421 students, (712) 347-5876 COLLEGE VIEW, 1225 College Road, grades P-5, 400 students, (712) 328-6452 CRESCENT, 401 E. Welch St., Crescent, grades K-5, 117 students, (712) 545-3566 EDISON, 2218 Third Ave., grades P-5, 435 students, (712) 328-6516 FRANKLIN, 3130 Ave. C, grades P-5, 462 students, (712) 328-6469 HOOVER, 1205 N. Broadway, grades P-5, 370 students, (712) 328-6537 LEWIS & CLARK, 1603 Grand Ave., grades P-5, 278 students, (712) 328-6471 LONGFELLOW, 2011 S. 10th St., grades P-5, 498 students, (712) 328-6522 ROOSEVELT, 207 Scott St., grades P-5, 404 students, (712) 328-6528 RUE, 3326 Sixth Ave., grades P-5, 366 students, (712) 328-6540 WALNUT GROVE, 2920 Ave. J, grades P-5, 379 students, (712) 328-6525
Carter Lake Elementary Secondary schools KIRN, 100 North Ave., grades 6-8, 927 students, (712) 328-6454 WOODROW WILSON, 715 N. 21st St., grades 6-8, 950 students, (712) 328-6476 ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 1205 Bonham Ave., grades 9-12, 1,360 students, (712) 328-6481 THOMAS JEFFERSON, 2501 W. Broadway, grades 9-12, 1,250 students, (712) 328-6493
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1211 N. 24th Street
224 Wallace Avenue
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am Wednesday Worship: 7:00 pm
Pastor David Leggett
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Worship at 10:30 a.m. W EDNESDAYS : Bible Fellowship at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday School: 9:40 AM Worship: 9:30 AM
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Worship Services: 8:00 AM, 9:00 and 11:00
LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA 100 Power Drive (712) 323-7173 www.SaintJohnELCA.org Rev. E. Jon Benson & Rev. Shannyn Magee
Worship Services Saturday 5:30 p.m. Sunday 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday School (Adults & Children) 9:45 a.m. Sunday Nursery Care 8:00 a.m.-Noon Bible Study Group Wed. 9:00 a.m. Handicapped Accessible
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Service time: 6:00PM Tuesday
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Masses: Saturdays at 4:00 PM and Sundays at 8:00, 10:00 AM & Noon
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4220 Gifford Road
Weekly Bible Studies: Call for times & locations
3rd Avenue & South 34th Street
Masses: Saturday at 4 PM Sunday at 8 & 11 AM Spanish Mass: 2 PM
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Nursery & Children’s Church available.
CROSSROADS CHRISTIAN CENTER 1224 N. 28th Street 712-322-5651 www.crossroadscb.org
Wed. Evening Service 7 p.m. Once-a-month PM Worship Watch Overcomers Tues. 7p.m.
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EDUCATION St. Albert Catholic Schools ST. ALBERT ELEMENTARY, 400 Gleason Ave., grades P-6, 414 students, (712) 328-2316 ST. ALBERT JUNIOR HIGH, 400 Gleason Ave., grades 7-8, 119 students, (712) 328-2316 ST. ALBERT SENIOR HIGH, 400 Gleason Ave., grades 912, 211 students, (712 ) 328-2316
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EDUCATION Southwest Iowa Schools EAST MILLS Elementary schools CHANTRY ELEMENTARY, 409 E. Ninth St., Malvern, grades P-4, 140 students, (712) 624-8681 NISHNA VALLEY ELEMENTARY, 58962 380th St., Hastings, grades P-4, 108 students, (712) 624-8696 Secondary schools EAST MILLS MIDDLE, 58962 380th St., Hastings, grades 5-8, 140 students, (712) 824-7221 EAST MILLS HIGH, 1505 E. 15th St., Malvern, grades 912, 161 students, (712) 624-8645 GLENWOOD Elementary schools NORTHEAST, 901 N. Vine St., grades P-2, 561 students, (712) 527-4875 WEST, 707 Sharp St., grades 3-5, 450 students, (712) 5274886 Secondary schools GLENWOOD MIDDLE, 400 Sivers Road, grades 6-8, 488 students, (712) 527-4887 GLENWOOD ALTERNATIVE HIGH, 400 Sivers Road, grades 9-12, 29 students, (712) 527-3034 GLENWOOD HIGH, 504 E. Sharp St., grades 9-12, 644 students, (712) 527-4897 MISSOURI VALLEY MISSOURI VALLEY ELEMENTARY, 602 N. Ninth St., grades P-5, 406 students, (712) 642-2279 MISSOURI VALLEY MIDDLE, 607 E. Lincoln Highway, grades 6-8, 176 students, (712) 642-2707 MISSOURI VALLEY HIGH, 605 E. Lincoln Highway, grades 9-12, 273 students, (712) 642-4149 RIVERSIDE RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY, 708 Glass St., Oakland, grades P-4, 270 students, (712) 482-6296 RIVERSIDE MIDDLE, 330 Pleasant St., Carson, grades 5-
8, 178 students, (712) 484-2291 RIVERSIDE HIGH, 501 Oakland Ave., Oakland, grades 912, 188 students, (712) 482-6464 UNDERWOOD UNDERWOOD ELEMENTARY, 601 Third St., grades P-5, 387 students, (712) 566-2326 UNDERWOOD MIDDLE, 601 Third St., grades 6-8, 168 students, (712) 566-2332 UNDERWOOD HIGH, 629 North St., grades 9-12, 238 students, (712) 566-2703 OTHER SCHOOLS AVOCA-HANCOCK-SHELBY-TENNANT ELEMENTARY, 768 S. Maple St., Avoca, grades P-6, 321 students, (712) 343-6364 AVOCA-HANCOCK-SHELBY-TENNANT JR.-SR. HIGH, 768 S. Maple St., Avoca, grades 7-12, 241 students, (712) 3436304 FREMONT MILLS, 1114 Highway 275, Tabor, grades P-12, 435 students, (712) 629-2325 HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN, 400 Wright Road, Council Bluffs, grades P-12, 155 students, (712) 322-5817 IOWA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, 3501 Harry Langdon Blvd., Council Bluffs, grades P-12, 110 students, (712) 3660571 LIBERTY CHRISTIAN, 2701 Ave. N, Council Bluffs, grades K-12, 25 students, (712) 322-2321 LOGAN-MAGNOLIA ELEMENTARY, 1200 N. Second Ave., Logan, grades P-6, 380 students, (712) 644-2168 LOGAN-MAGNOLIA JR.-SR. HIGH, 1200 N. Second Ave., Logan, grades 7-12, 320 students, (712) 644-2250 TREYNOR ELEMENTARY, 2 Elementary Drive, grades K5, 350 students, (712) 487-3422 TREYNOR JR.-SR. HIGH, 102 E. Main St., grades 6-12, 384 students, (712) 487-3804 TRI-CENTER, 33980 310th St., Neola, grades P-12, 789 students, (712) 485-2257 WOODBINE, 501 Weare St., graes P-12, 438 students, (712) 647-2440
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EDUCATION Colleges & Universities Iowa Western Community College
Buena Vista University 2700 College Road, Council Bluffs President: Dr. Frederick Moore Interim campus director: Tom Haskell Admissions: (712) 328-0788 or (800) 798-0788 bvu.edu Curriculum: Main campus is in Storm Lake. Council Bluffs campus at Iowa Western Community College offers the final two years of bachelorâ€™s degree programs. Undergraduate students can select from 34 majors, 33 minors and 15 pre-professional programs. Online courses available. Iowa Western Community College 2700 College Road, Council Bluffs President: Dr. Dan Kinney Admissions: (712) 3285-3277 or (800) 432-5852 iwcc.edu Curriculum: Two-year college with transfer programs. Associate degrees in about 80 areas of study, including engineering technologies, computers, health care and human services. Kaplan University 1751 Madison Ave., Council Bluffs Campus president: Kate Packard Admissions: (712) 328-4241 or (800) 987-7734 kucampus.edu Curriculum: Bachelorâ€™s degrees in accounting, business administration, criminal justice and information systems management; eight associated degree programs; other certificates and diploma curricula.
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HEALTH & OUTREACH Hospitals & Clinics Alegent Health Mercy Hospital 2800 Mercy Drive, Council Bluffs; (712) 328-5000; alegent.com Founded in 1887 by two Sisters of Mercy in a rented house at Fourth Street and Ninth Avenue in the Bluffs. Emphasis: Medical and surgical care, cardiology, pediatrics, orthopedics, maternity, critical care, mental health, emergency, skilled care and more. Expansion: A $27 million project began in June 2008 with key features that include a new ICU, new operating rooms and infrastructure improvements such as heating, air conditioning and parking. Completion in 2011. Clinics: 715 Harmony St., (712) 328-8500; 1751 Madison Ave., (712) 328-8800; 800 Mercy Drive, (712) 388-2660; 2201 W. Broadway, (712) 328-9100 Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital 933 E. Pierce St., Council Bluffs; (712) 396-6000; bestcare.org Founded in 1886 by a nondenominational group of women called the Faith Band, the hospital has been affiliated with Methodist Health System since 1994.
Hospice House, Glenwood
Hospice Hospice with Heart 300 W. Broadway, Suite 114, Council Bluffs; 357 Indian Hills Drive, Glenwood (712) 325-6802, (877) 325-6802 hospicewithheart.org Comforts terminally ill patients and offers support to families. Service include medications and treatments, bereavement services open to the community, social work services, physical and occupational speech services and continuous care.
Emphasis: Emergency angioplasty procedures; obstetrics and newborn care; sports medicine; occupational and behavioral health; southwest Iowaâ€™s only accredited cancer center. Expansion: In 2007, two state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization laboratories were completed. In early 2008, Jennie Edmundson, along with the Iowa Heart Center, celebrated its 10,000th catheterization. In January 2008, the hospital added more than 3,500 square feet to its Risen Son clinic on Iowa Highway 92, designed to serve the eastern side of Council Bluffs and neighboring towns. Clinics: One Edmundson Place, (712) 396-4340
Phoenix House Domestic Violence Shelter & Sexual Abuse Program
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HEALTH & OUTREACH Helping Agencies The Micah House 1415 Ave. J, Council Bluffs; (712) 323-4416; themicahhouse.org Homeless shelter serving single women and families. Heartland Family Service 515 E. Broadway, Council Bluffs (712) 322-1407; heartlandfamilyservice.org Programs on child abuse, domestic violence, poverty and homelessness, juvenile crime, early childhood development, mental health and addictions. Has neighborhood enrichment centers. Children’s Square USA North Sixth Street and Avenue E, Council Bluffs; (712) 322-3700; childrensquare.org Educational classes and counseling services, child welfare emergency services, services for runaway and homeless youth, grades 1-12 special education, residential treatment for children and adolescents, family foster care, aftercare services for young adults who have aged out of foster care. Childcare and preschool services also provided. Southwest Iowa Latino Resource Center 604 N. Fourth St., Red Oak; (712) 623-3591; swilrc.org A liaison between the English- and Spanishspeaking communities. Provides employment, housing and education assistance, monthly health and vaccination clinic and more. Family Housing Advisory Services 10 S. Fourth St., Council Bluffs; (712) 322-4436; fhasinc.org Nonprofit, certified, comprehensive housing agency. Services range from prevention of homelessness to home ownership and more. Sequels 28 N. Seventh St., Council Bluffs; (712) 256-6300, (712) 256-9985; hopenetministries.org Volunteer-run thrift store selling used clothing, toys, household goods, jewelry and linens. Part of Hope Net Ministries. Proceeds go to service for the homeless and near-homeless.
Community Organizations Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous, (712) 328-9979. Support for those recovering from alcohol or substance abuse. Alegent Psychiatric Associates, 801 Harmony St., (712) 328-2609. Professional psychiatry services. Alegent Health Mercy Hospital, 800 Mercy Drive, (712) 328-5000. Offers outpatient, inpatient and emergency medical services. Alzheimer’s Association, 705 N. 16th St., (712) 322-8840. Offers information, support and referral services. American Red Cross, 705 N. 16th St., (712) 322-4017. Offers lodging assistance to families displaced by fire or other disasters and rent and utility help. Birthright, 427 E. Kanesville Blvd., (712) 322-2100. Offers pregnancy testing. Boys Town Hotline, (800) 448-3000. Offers help with child and family issues. Broadway United Methodist Church, 11 S. First St., (712) 322-7741. Operates food pantry and Philip’s Cupboard nonfood pantry and may help with travel expenses in emergency situations. Care and Share, 1808 Fifth Ave., (712) 323-4889. Offers food and clothing at no cost. Catholic Charities, 300 W. Broadway Suite 223, (712) 328-3086. Offers domestic violence support groups, shelter and counseling. Centro de Latino, 300 W. Broadway, (712) 323-1118. Offers translation/interpreter services and community information and referrals. Child Protective Services, (712) 328-4875. Can arrange for temporary placement of children who might be at risk at home. Community of Christ Thrift Store, 17 N. Second St., (712) 328-8122. Offers second-hand clothing and other merchandise at reasonable prices. Council Bluffs Community Health Center, 300 W. Broadway, (712) 325-1990. Offers primary, dental and mental health services on a sliding fee scale. Council Bluffs Public Health Department, 209 Pearl St., (712) 328-4666. Offers immunizations and testing. Department of Human Services, (712) 328-5661. Food Stamps, Family Investment Program, case management and other services. Gabriel’s Corner, 131 S. 16th St., (712) 323-7756. Offers pregnancy testing and counseling. Gambling treatment, (800) BETS-OFF. State hotline offers crisis counseling and information on treatment providers.
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HEALTH & OUTREACH Community Organizations Immanuel Pathways, 1702 N. 16th St., (712) 256-PATH (7284). In-home care, adult day services, transportation. Opens in December 2011. Interfaith Response, 25 S. 15th St., (712) 322-0531. Offers rent and utility assistance. Iowa Concern Hotline, (800) 447-1985. State hotline for people who need help dealing with stressful situations. Iowa Legal Aid, (712) 328-3982; (800) 532-1275; (800) 4329229. Offers legal services at little or no cost to those who qualify. Iowa Workforce Development, 300 W. Broadway, (712) 2422100. Offers help with job-related skills and placement. Jennie Edmundson Hospital, (712) 396-6000. Offers outpatient, inpatient and emergency medical services. Lawyer Referral, (800) 532-1108. Offers information on area attorneys in different specialties. Lighthouse Temple, 1430 Ave. E, (712) 323-3259. Operates food pantry. Meals on Wheels, 705 N. 16th St., (712) 322-4017. Delivers nutritious lunches to homebound five or six days a week. Metro Area Transit, (402) 341-0800. Omaha-Council Bluffs bus service. Mid-Iowa Family Therapy Clinic, 136 S. Seventh St., (712) 325-1136. Offers counseling for individuals and families. MOHM’s Place, 1435 N. 15th St., (712) 322-7570. Services suppers to homeless and near-homeless every day. MOHM’s Place Almost New Thrift, 321 16th Ave., (712) 256-4576. Second-hand shop with clothing and household goods. Municipal Housing Agency, 300 W. Broadway, (712) 3226931. Processes applications for Section 8 and other subsidized housing. Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 313 Story St., (712) 3226655. Operates food pantry and pet pantry. Oxford House (3/4 Way House), men and women, (712) 2561954. Helps previously incarcerated with transition back into society. Phoenix House, (712) 256-2059. Domestic violence shelter for women and children. Planned Parenthood, 1604 Second Ave., (712) 322-6650. STD and pregnancy testing, birth control, abortions.
Pottawattamie Co. Health-Visiting Nurse Association, 822 S. Main St., (712) 352-2195. Immunizations, STD/HIV testing, maternal child health. Pottawattamie County Homeless Link, (712) 322-1407, (712) 309-0016. Helps locate available shelter and services for homeless people. Pottawattamie County General Relief, (712) 328-5867. Emergency assistance for those who qualify. Psychiatric Referral Emergency Center, 717-HOPE. Referrals. Queen of Apostles, 3304 Fourth Ave., (712) 323-2916. Baby and household items. The Salvation Army, 715 N. 16th St., (712) 328-2088. Rent and utility assistance, food. Service League, 156 W. Broadway, (712) 322-8794. Secondhand clothing and household goods. Shaken Baby Task Force, (712) 396-4200. Offers information and connection to crisis line. Social Security Administration, 20 Arena Way, (712) 3280854; (866) 331-9094. Local SSA office. Sonshine Food Pantry, 618 Mynster St., (712) 322-4705. Food pantry. Southside Christian Church, 1919 S. 10th St., (712) 3228122. Food pantry. Southwest 8 Senior Services, 300 W. Broadway Suite 240, (712) 328-2540. Administers most state and federally funded senior service programs for case management, respite care, congregate meals, transportation, senior centers and other services. Special Transit Service, applications (City Hall), (712) 3284634; rides, (712) 731-8601. City bus service for disabled. SWITA, 1501 S.W. Seventh, Atlantic, (712) 243-4196. Senior transit services overseen by Area Agency on Aging. The Center, 714 S. Main St., (712) 323-5995. Council Bluffs’ main senior center. United Way referral line, 211. Can refer to sources for a wide variety of human services. Visiting Nurse Association, 822 S. Main St., (712) 352-2195. Offers prenatal, maternal-child health, home health, immunizations, testing and other services. Vocational Rehabilitation, 300 W. Broadway, (712) 3282821. Help with job search and placement for disabled.
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WHERE WE WORK Largest Employers
Thousands of businesses are sprinkled throughout the Omaha metro area. The following is a list of the largest companies by number of employees in the eight-county area – Douglas, Sarpy, Cass, Saunders and Washington Counties in Nebraska, and Pottawattamie, Harrison and Mills Counties in Iowa. 1. Alegent Health Health care/service Local employment: 7,500+ Headquarters: 12809 West Dodge Road, Suite 300 2. Offutt Air Force Base National security/government Local employment: 7,500+ Headquarters: 106 Peacekeeper Drive, Suite 2N3, Offutt AFB 3. Omaha Public Schools Education/service Local employment: 7,500+ District office: 3215 Cuming St.
Pottawattamie County Largest private employers in alphabetical order, not ranked by number of employees: Alegent Health Ameristar Casino ConAgra Harrah’s Casino Harvey’s Iowa Management Hy-Vee Food Stores Jennie Edmundson Hospital OSI Industries Tyson Fresh Meats Walmart Stores – SOURCE: Iowa Workforce Development, January 2010
4. The Nebraska Medical Center Health care/service Local employment: 5,000 to 7,499 Headquarters: 42nd Street and Dewey Avenue 5. Methodist Health System Health care/service Local employment: 5,000 to 7,499 Headquarters: 8511 West Dodge Road 6. First Data Transaction processing/information Local employment: 5,000 to 7,499 Headquarters: Atlanta Omaha office: 10910 Mill Valley Road 7. University of Nebraska Medical Center Health care/service 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 42nd and Emile streets 8. Union Pacific Railroad/transportation 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 1400 Douglas St. 9. First National Bank of Omaha Finance/banking 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 1620 Dodge St. 10. Mutual of Omaha Insurance 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 3301 Dodge St. 11. Walmart Stores Department store/retail trade 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: Bentonville, Ark. 10 metro locations 12. West Corp. Telemarketing/service 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 11808 Miracle Hills Drive
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13. ConAgra Foods Food products/manufacturing 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: One ConAgra Drive 14. Creighton University Education/service 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 2500 California Plaza 15. City of Omaha Administration/government 2,500 to 4,999 Headquarters: 1819 Farnam St. – SOURCE: Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, May 2011
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