The exposition is on display at The Durham Museum through March 1, 2015.
Leadership from the city’s six neighborhood alliances began meeting after the closure of the Neighborhood Center to determine next steps for providing support to Omaha’s neighborhood groups.
More than 200 people registered for the event, and 178 of them braved the weather to participate on a less than ideal race day.
Norman Brigham designed down to the smallest detail, from the masonry on a fireplace mantel to a weathervane destined for the roof of an elementary school.
In May 1948, the Memorial Park Association paid $112,450 for the site and presented it to the City of Omaha.
In this issue…nominees sought for Community Spirit in Action awards, Earth Day Omaha Coalition board members sought, no July Benson-Ames Alliance meeting, Benson Days July 26, National Night Out Aug. 5.