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Latest News
  • Club Breakfast for December

    For our December club breakfast, we will head to The Egg & I at 3605 N. 147th Street in Omaha. We'll meet at 8 am on Saturday, December 13th. Please RSVP to Brian Tessman at Brian24667@yahoo.com so we can save you a seat.


  • New Year's Day Brunch

    Great Plains Region members and their guest are cordially invited to a New Year’s Day brunch from 10:00 A.M. until noon at the home of Karen and Tom Cooper. Members and their guests can come and go as they please, but an RSVP to tcooper40@cox.net by December 23rd will be ...


  • Great Plains Region Annual Winter Party

    Join us on Saturday, January 31st, for the annual Winter Party at Oak Hills Country Club in Omaha. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with a cash bar and social hour, followed by dinner at 7 p.m. and the awards ceremony at 8 p.m. Entree selection is your choice of Filet ...


  • GPR Board Visits Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands

    GPR Board Visits Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands

    As Steve Wilwerding mentioned in the November Der Skooner, the club was able this year to give back to the community by making donations to the Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands. This past Tuesday evening, the GPR board stopped by the Westside Boys & Girls ...


  • Pictures from the Manarin Fun Run and Italian Potluck

    Pictures from the Manarin Fun Run and Italian Potluck

    For those that weren't able to attend the Manarin Fun Run and Italian Potluck, you missed a truly great event. Special thanks to Roland Manarin for hosting the club, Denny Strauss for putting together a great drive, and to Brian Tessman for organizing everything. And thanks to Steve Ginn, you can ...