The 1st Impressions committee held a public info meeting at the Civic Center last evening concerning a "Welcome" sign at the eastern entry to our City. Gary Rolf conducted the session and showed pictures of a couple versions of what has been considered by the committee. He then opened it up to reaction and opinion of those in the audience. There was no "clear cut" preference nor was their any intention of asking people "to vote". While a few people expressed strong preferences, others saw pro's and con's with either.
The Senior Center hosted the June Birthday and Anniversary dinner this noon and entertainment was provided by the Fremont, NE Tri-Tones. They sang 40's, 50's and later music in the mode of "The Andrew's Sister's". They have only been performing together for the past 3-4 years but bring professional talent to the Trio. It was the first time they had performed in Seward but am sure they will be back. They had ideal accompaniment with electronic controls fastened to the music stand. It followed an excellent Country Fried Steak Dinner with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans and choice of pie for dessert. Those of us celebrating a Birthday or Wedding Anniversary were given a little gift and were sang to as well. The Lied Senior Center is just another one of the facilities in Seward, NE that make it a "top-ranked" small city.