ONLINE COMMUNITY ANSLEY

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CARES Act Funds for Utilities

Having a hard time paying rent, your mortgage or utilities?

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Local News, Announcements, and Events

WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

MUDDY CREEK CELEBRATION

Muddy Creek Celebration is a member of the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce since 2018!  Kid’s Bike Parade, Pool Games, Hog Wrestling, Petting Zoo, Live Band, Adult Beverages, Parade, Kid’s Fishing Tournament, Sand Volleyball, Bounce Houses, and Tank Races, and a whole lot more.

YEARLY FESTIVAL

SPARTAN FOUNDATION

The idea for a school foundation came about during a communications meeting at Ansley Public School. The Spartan Foundation is in the beginning stage of organization. The Spartan Foundation plan to have a general fund, scholarship fund and a fund for contributions that are earmarked for future projects.

ORGANIZATION

Ansley’s Comprehensive Plan

 On Tuesday, January 14, twenty-five Ansley residents gathered at the Municipal Auditorium to start the process of updating Ansley’s Comprehensive Plan for the next ten years. A Comprehensive Plan is the vision of how a community wants to grow and develop in the future to serve the needs of its citizens and improve the opportunities to attract new people and businesses to the community.

 If any of the ideas or projects mentioned above interest you and you would be willing to join others in taking an idea and making it into a reality for our community, please contact any Planning Commission member (Lance Bristol, Jeanne Rapp, Ervie Ferguson, Jim Morgan, or Gail Ferguson) or the members of the Village Board of Trustees (Trent Fecht, Cathie Jo Mills, Jamee Smith, Rob Henry, or Chris Hogg). “If you can’t push, pull – if you can’t pull, get out of the way – Push That’s Ansley.” The old Ansley slogan still holds true today. 

Join in creating the future of Ansley.

ACE Energy

Choice Gas selection period is April 10-23
The 2020 Choice Gas program selection period will run from April 10-23. The program allows natural gas customers to choose their supplier and pricing option for the upcoming gas year, which begins June 1 and runs through May 31, 2020.
ACE is the only community-owned, not-for-profit supplier in the Choice Gas program. ACE was formed by Nebraska communities to ensure competition in the program and serves as an advocate for all natural gas customers. 

Ansley is a member of ACE.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

This is Under Construction. Organizations that want to have a presence on the Ansley Nebraska Webpage should contact the Ansley City Clerk’s Office at 217 Nile Street.
308-935-1467.

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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

This is Under Construction. Organizations that want to have a presence on the Ansley Nebraska Webpage should contact the Ansley City Clerk’s Office at 217 Nile Street.
308-935-1467.

THIS SPACE AVAILABLE.

Cathie-Jo Mills

Volunteer Webmaster

Keeping a website up to does take time and effort. If you have the skills and the time, you can Volunteer to help do it yourself, otherwise you can help the volunteers with updates, information for posting, suggestions, and constructive criticism.

Community Events

You can have your event listed here on the Community Online page. Send your requests to villageofansley@nctc.net or contact the Ansley City Clerk’s Office at 217 Nile Street.
308-935-1467.

Community Announcements

You can have your community announcement here on the Community Online page. Send your requests to villageofansley@nctc.net or contact the Ansley City Clerk’s Office at 217 Nile Street.
308-935-1467.

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