Palmyra news features local Boy Scouts

Syracuse Journal-Democrat

The weather is going to be HOT, please keep track of your elderly and young neighbors.  Ask them if they are drinking plenty of water, or need assistance with anything.  If you are taking your children to the park to play, please take some water with you.

I hope you marked your calendars for June 11/12, and have plans to attend Palmyra Old Settler’s Picnic.  Please support the organizations with their activity or meal.  This fundraiser will help them with their organization’s charitable work.

Palmyra Community Vacation Bible School is being planned for the week of July 12-16.  Watch for further details.


Palmyra Presbyterian Church Reaches Out

The Palmyra Presbyterian Church spent part of their Sunday going door to door in Palmyra delivering 275 First Aid Kits.

 The goal is to make sure every home in Palmyra has a kit.  The Session started this project a year ago, but COVID delayed delivering them.  The outreach program was supported by a Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation grant.  There was enough funding to also purchase five yard signs ‘Thanking Essential Workers’, and the remainder of the grant money went toward an AED for the church.

Palmyra Cub Scout Pack 334 and Boy Scout Troop 334

Palmyra Cub Scout Pack 334 and Boy Scout Troop 334 assisted the Palmyra Nash-Jensen Post #195 American Legion in placing flags on the graves of Veterans on Friday, May 28 for the Memorial Day service.