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nonprofits

REINBECK — Interested women throughout Grundy County communities are invited to the kick-off for Grundy County 100+ Women Who Care at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 28 at Oak Leaf Golf Club. The idea of bringing together local women to benefit community nonprofit organizations is inspired by hundreds of Women WhoCare groups around the country.

Plans call for the Grundy County Women Who Care group to meet three times a year to hear brief presentations on a few of Grundy County’s nonprofit organizations. Group members then select one charity at each meeting and women contribute $100 directly to the cause that night. The members of the group are able to make a collective donation to the charity selected at each meeting.

For more information, go to Grundy County 100+Women Who Care on Facebook, or e-mail grundycountywwc@gmail.com.

Watershed open

house planned

TRIPOLI — Residents and landowners in the Upper Wapsipinicon River Watershed are invited to an open house Monday to discuss plans to reduce flooding and improve water quality in the Upper Wapsipinicon River Watershed. The free open house, hosted by Northeast Iowa RC&D, will take place from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Bremer County ISU Extension Office.

The Upper Wapsipinicon River Watershed Management Authority, a formal partnership of counties, cities and Soil & Water Conservation Districts, is working with Northeast Iowa RC&D to develop a long-term plan for the watershed. The watershed open houses are an opportunity for the public to learn more about what’s already happening in the watershed, potential projects and practices and to give input.

Waverly garbage

holiday hours set

WAVERLY — All city of Waverly offices, including the recycling center, will be closed Nov. 23-24 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

There will be no garbage or curbside recycling picked up on these two days. The Nov. 23 garbage and curbside recycling will be picked up on Nov. 22 and Nov. 24 will be picked up on Nov. 27.

The recycling center will reopen Nov. 25.

Wapsie Island

is meeting focus

TRIPOLI — The Bremer County Conservation Board will hold a public meeting on forest management on the Wapsie Island Access area at 6 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Bremer County Extension office, 720 Seventh Ave. S.W.

Information on the management of woodlands and wildlife will be presented, along with the Forest Wildlife Stewardship Plan for the Wapsie Island Access.

The public is encouraged to attend to learn more about woodlands, forestry techniques and wildlife requirements.

For more information or questions, contact Andy Hockenson at 882-4742 or conservation@butler-bremer.com.

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