Goodwill Trailer

The Goodwill Donation trailer will be set up at the Community Center starting Friday October 18th until Friday October 25th. Please refrain from bringing furniture, televisions and large appliances due to limited space. Household items such as clothing, shoes, purses, books, hats, computers, printers, etc. will be accepted. For any questions you can contact the village office at 485-4400.

Weekly Bible Study

You are invited to a weekly Bible Study beginning October 9 from 6:30-7:30 am at the Vault.  The study will be on John MacArthur’s “Matthew The Coming of the King”. You do not need to purchase a book but if you would like to contact Trisha Plate at 308-539-3775. Everyone is welcome!

Ballet Classes

Miss Diane is offering Ballet classes in Cairo on Monday evenings at the First Baptist Church. Two classes are available: 5:30-6:15pm 4-6 year olds; 6:15-7:00pm 7-9 year olds.

The 8 week session is $70. Classes run until Monday, October 28th.  Dancers will need Pink ballet shoes, pink tights and a black leotard.  Shoes can we purchased at Dressed to Dance, 1004 N. Diers Ave Suite 324 in Grand Island.

Registration Link for 4-6 year old class

Registration link for 7-9 year old class


     Nicole Hicken

Studio N Dance Center

1004 N. Diers Ave, Suite 260

Grand Island, NE 68803

Phone: (308) 390-3430



Dog/Cat Clinic

The dog/cat clinic is scheduled for Tuesday, September 17th from 6-8 pm. The clinic will be inside of city hall with a veterinarian from Central Nebraska Humane Society present to do rabies vaccinations and microchipping. The first 50 pets are free after that a fee of $10 per vaccination and chip will be required. If there are any questions feel free to contact the village office at 485-4400.

Vote on Cairo’s Point of Entry Sign

Cairo Steering Committee is working on Cairo’s Point of Entry sign.

Just this last weekend a softball tournament hosted by Anna Rathke, Rozy Dibbern, Barb Knopik, Kate Bohling, and Charity Adams raised nearly $900 for the Cairo Community Foundation Point of Entry Sign Fund.

The 1st annual Softball Junkies tournament included six teams, a beer garden by the Watering Hole and concessions by Mom’s Lunchbox. The Roth team went home with a custom-crafted trophy by Rozy Dibbern, popcorn from Craig Welty, treats from Pump & Pantry, and water bottles from Pathway Bank. Special thanks to Brent McDonald for preparing the ball fields, Tom Roth, Laurel Roth, Rod Jantzi, and Mike Stutzman for umping and all the players for playing in the Softball Junkies event.

The day was such a success that numerous players are calling for a two-day event next year. Watch for details on this tournament in 2020.

The committee has secured Cairo’s maintenance building for a mural. The committee is working with an artist on designing and painting the mural. The committee plans to landscape the area, add solar lighting and is interested in adding a few sculptures.

The committee would like you to vote on your favorite sign. Please click here to vote on your favorite sign.