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Emergency Water 101 –

When an emergency strikes, like what we are seeing now in Houston, a lack of knowledge about water can hurt you and your family.
Source: Emergency Water 101 –

Posted by Glenn Meder – Inventor of the Survival Still

Today I’m proud to make a big announcement!
As you may know, I am the designer of the Survival Still emergency water distiller. I’m very proud of this product because I know it can help people. Over my years selling the Survival Still however, I’ve come to realize that the EDUCATION I provide on the topic of “water in an emergency” is just as important as my product itself.
People simply don’t know much about water. This fact doesn’t hurt us in daily life because we can just turn on the tap anytime and drink safe water. But when an emergency strikes, like what we are seeing now in Houston, a lack of knowledge about water can hurt you and your family.
Yes, there are a lot of articles online that tell you “how to treat water in an emergency,” but MANY of these articles provide bad information. The Red Cross and government sites do a decent job, but they basically only tell you what to do instead of providing real education.

I believe that this is a very important topic that everyone should know. So I’ve been working very hard over many months to come out with a comprehensive site that provides this education. I am proud to announce the launch of my new site EmergencyWater101.com.
EmergencyWater101.com is a new website designed to teach you how to provide your family with safe drinking water in an emergency! While some of the advice you find online about this subject is sketchy, and some of it is downright dangerous, ourgoal is to provide solid, scientifically sound education that you can count on.
So let me give you a tour of the new site…

  •  FIRST, on the home page you will see our detailed articles.
  •  SECOND, click here and you will see our “Basic Training” videos, which are free and excellent!
  • THIRD, we have a new course about “Storing Water for an Emergency”. This is the only “paid” course on our site right now. It’s normally $49.99, but for this launch we will be selling the course for $19.99.
  •  FOURTH, I have worked very hard to write a brand new ebook that explains everything you need to know about water in an emergency. To get this ebook for free, send an email to freebook@emergencywater101.com and one will automatically be sent to you.

On a final note, I ask you to please tell everyone you know about my new site. There are many people who NEED this information right now.
Thank you!
Glenn Meder
P.S. Some of you will remember that we launched EmergencyWater101.com a few years ago as a membership site, but we’ve completely changed it, and made most everything on it free.

Copyright © 2017 GAEMRIC, INC. (Survival Still), All rights reserved.
Have you see our webinars about “Water In An Emergency”.
Our mailing address is:

GAEMRIC, INC. (Survival Still) . 4811 s.65th Street   Lincoln, NE 68516

Source: Emergency Water 101 –

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Nebraska Repertory Theatre announces 2017-18 season

After a three-year hiatus, Nebraska Repertory Theatre returns this fall for the 2017-18 theater season at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A New Look for a New 
Nebraska Repertory Theatre
 
Nebraska Rep Debuts New Logo
and 2017 – 2018 Offerings
The Mission
Nebraska Repertory Theatre creates innovative theatrical experiences to ignite the imagination, challenge the heart, promote an inclusive community and inspire the next generation of theatre artists.
ABIGAIL/1702

by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, directed by the Nebraska Rep’s new artistic director, Andy Park.

Ten years after The Crucible‘s infamous seductress, Abigail Williams, danced with the devil in Salem, darkness returns. As she cares for a young sailor on the brink of death, a mysterious stranger from Abigail’s past catches up with her, sending her on one final, suspense-filled quest for redemption.
Lied Center’s Johnny Carson Theater
September 30 –
October 15

THE SERPENT

by Jean-Claude van Itallie

directed by Wesley Broulik
This brilliant and groundbreaking tour de force in contemporary improvisational theatre explores the Book of Genesis, and relates it to our modern experience with an eloquence and power which had earned it recognition as a milestone of American drama. Most of the work is choreographed movement, pantomime, human sounds and music made by bells, horns, whistles, tambourines and other hand-held instruments.
Temple Building
November 3 – 19

THE HOLIDAY CABARET

conceived and directed by

Andy Park
Audiences will be treated to holiday standards performed by favorite past Rep performers, emerging artists and surprise guests. To headline this year’s Cabaret, the Rep welcomes Chicago’s premiere, sweet-singing female trio, THE LAKESHORE DOLLS. The Cabaret will get everyone in the holiday spirit with this toe-tapping, uplifting night of song, good cheer and revelry.
Temple Building
December 13 – 17

The state’s only regional professional theatre will offer a six-production season beginning September 30, 2017. Tickets are available now through the Lied Center Ticket Office at 301 North 12th Street, 402-472-4747 or 800-432-3231 Monday through Friday from 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM, or online at liedcenter.org (see link below).
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre, affiliated with the professional Actors’ Equity Association, has been on hiatus since 2014. A new collaboration between the Nebraska Repertory Theatre and the Lied Center for Performing Arts, and a merger of the Nebraska Rep and University Theatre begins this fall. The Nebraska Rep, over a nine-month season during the academic year, will further expand opportunities for audiences and students to engage with professional artists.
Coming this Spring
AVENUE Q

Music and Lyrics by

Robert Lopez and
Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Based on an Original Concept by
Robert Lopez and
Jeff Marx
Lied Center’s Johnny Carson Theater
March 2 – 16, 2018

THE REP’S RISING STARS

Temple Building

March 30 – April 1, 2018

William Goulding’s
LORD OF THE FLIES
adapted for the stage by Nigel Williams
Temple Building
April 13 – 22, 2018

After a three-year hiatus, Nebraska Repertory Theatre returns this fall for the 2017-18 theater season at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Source: Nebraska Repertory Theatre announces 2017-18 season after long hiatus | Arts & Entertainment | dailynebraskan.com

Survival Still Class: Focus the Sun on Your Preparedness Needs 

Learn how to use sunlight to prepare for emergencies. For anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency, solar cooking is a vital skill to have!

Register at the Source: Survival Still Class: Focus the Sun on Your Preparedness Needs | Sun Oven® | The Original Solar Oven & Solar Cooker

As you probably know, the solar eclipse is happening on Monday. It’s a very rare event, so I thought this Tuesday would be a good time to invite Paul Munson to teach us how to use sunlight to prepare for emergencies. For anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency, solar cooking is a vital skill to have!
Paul is going to teach you how to use the Sun to…
•Naturally dehydrate fruits and vegetables or make jerky.
•Be the most fuel efficient and delicious way to cook freeze-dried and dehydrated emergency food storage.
•Bake, boil, steam, or roast complete meals which will never burn.
•Dry herbs without breaking down the essential oils and vitamins to increase nutrients.
•Enhance your sprouting during the winter.
•Enjoy baked roasts and bread all summer long while reducing your utility bills.
•Naturally kill bug infestations in grains or dried foods.
•Easily peel hard boiled freshly laid eggs.
•Sterilize medical instruments.
•Be better prepared for emergencies.
Date: Tuesday August 22nd
Time: 7:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time (8 p.m. EDT / 6 p.m. MDT / 5 p.m. PDT &AZ
Duration: 60 minutes plus live Q&A
Cost: There is no cost for the class, but advance registration is required.
How to Register:Click here to register, or here’s the direct link: https://www.sunoven.com/survival-still-class-focus-the-sun-on-your-preparedness-needs/
RAFFLE: Please note that everyone who registers will be entered in a drawing to win a Survival Still, Emergency Water Purification System. The drawing will be held at end of the class.
FREE EBOOK:  Emerging From An Emergency What you should do if…
Everyone who registers will receive this helpful eBook about being prepared for disasters and emergencies. Many people don’t know where to start, so they never start at all. This free 120 page eBook will aid you in your planning process to enhance the likelihood of your survival from any kind of tragedy.
I hope to see you there!
Glenn Meder

Nebraska Repertory Theatre opens its season Sept. 30 | Announce | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Nebraska Repertory Theatre opens its season Sept. 30

Andy Park announces the season at a special event May 11 at The Dish in Lincoln. Photo by Michael Reinmiller.
Andy Park announces the season at a special event May 11 at The Dish in Lincoln. Photo by Michael Reinmiller.

The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film with the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts is relaunching the Nebraska Repertory Theatre this fall. The state’s only regional, professional theatre will offer a five-production season beginning September 30.

Tickets are available now through the Lied Center Box Office at (402) 472-4747 or (800) 432-3231 Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or online at http://www.liedcenter.org. A five-show season ticket is $120 and $60 for students and members of OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute).

See more – Source: Nebraska Repertory Theatre opens its season Sept. 30 | Announce | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

New Big Red Football rules for attendees

 

Lincoln, NE – Beginning with the 2017 Fall Sports, the Huskers have new rules for game-day attendance. This isn’t just for football, its Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Gymnastics, Wrestling, Track and Field.

Each ticketed attendee will be allowed to enter with one clear plastic bag, not only does it have to be clear, it has to be 12” x 6” x 12”. You can find them online for $30 apiece.

At the Andy Van Horn office, you can now get one for FREE, just stop into the office and say Hi. No purchase necessary. Andy knows that game-day can be expensive so he wants to help out donate a bag to those who might need one.

We’ve had a lot of great feedback on our social media and have had a few people come in, but we thought getting the word out through the media would help us reach more people.

Located on 84th and Highway 2.  8421 Amber Hill Ct Ste 1

Contact: Natalie Zelasney 402-483-2802

Like a good neighbor, Andy Van Horn is helping fan WEAR RED, BE CLEAR  – Insurance Representative

Contact Lincoln State Farm Agent Andy Van Horn at (402) 483-2802 for life, home, car insurance and more. Get a free quote now

Source: Andy Van Horn – State Farm Insurance Agent in Lincoln, NE

Aug 4 – OLLI Catalogs are online now

OLLI Happenings

Catalogs were mailed this week. Registration begins, Tuesday, Aug. 8. Check out the fall Term 1 catalog online

OLLI Open House

Join us for this party!Come join us at the OLLI open house on Sunday, August 20, 1:30-3 p.m., at the Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel, 333 S. 13th St. It’s free. Enjoy entertainment by Dan Holtz who celebrates and commemorates people, places and events in Nebraska history Continue reading…

Source: OLLI Friday Happenings | Announce | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Weekly Travel Alert

Why would anyone ever purchase basic economy fares on United Airlines? –

Posted on June 27, 2017

Recently the CFO of United Airlines reported that 40% of travelers are selecting basic economy fares when buying tickets. Several months ago United Airlines started offering these lower priced tickets on a select few routes. These fares save between $30 and $40 roundtrip, however, to save that money upfront on your ticket price you almost assuredly will pay even more for all the extra fees they will charge you. Basic economy fares do not get advance seat selection or upgrades. The biggest fees you have to pay for basic economy fares is the applicable checked bag fee of $25 plus a $25 gate handling charge if you bring a full-sized carry-on on board the plane. So you do the math. You save $40 on your ticket when you buy a basic economy ticket, however, you pay $50 extra each way (total of $100) if you try to take a full-sized carry on with you on the flight. Even worse, flight changes and refunds are not allowed. Wait there is more. If you are flying with family there is no family seating. Bottom line is that this is one time that the old saying “penny wise and pound foolish” applies.

Mexico and the Caribbean offering amazing discounts for fall travel –

We are seeing some pricing as much as 60% off for travel between July and December 15, 2017 to most of Mexico and the Caribbean. Historically this is the slow season so if you are looking for some amazing prices be sure to give our friendly travel advisors a call at 402-435-8888.

Source: Weekly Travel Alert | Executive Travel

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