IN CITY NEWS
Recycling must be in dump able containers, not plastic bags.
Recycling must be sorted and boxes broke down.
Recycling dates are December 4th & 18th
City Hall Will Be Closed December 7th, 24th, 25th, 31st, & January 1st
Next City Council Meetings December 3rd at 6:30 PM (Monday)
January 7th at 6:30 PM (Monday)
GARBAGE THE WEEK OF CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S WILL BE MOVED FROM TUESDAY TO WEDNESDAY
It is that time again to get your dogs registered for 2019 at City Hall. Registration fee is $10.00 for spayed or neutered dogs or $20.00 for not spayed or neutered. Please also bring up a copy of vaccinations; if you already did this last year and they are not expired you do not need to bring another copy, if unsure call City Hall and I can help in anyway. Every owner of a dog six months shall procure a dog license from the office of City Clerk on or before January 1 of each year, or within thirty days of the animal being brought into the city, or when the animal has reached six months of age. All dogs not register and picked up running at large will be sent over to County pound and may acquire a fee.
NOTE FROM THE MAYOR
As always it has been a very busy month at the city. Some of the happenings at the city are: City Council unanimously passed the purchase of a new pay loader. Our old loader was 20 years old and needed costly repairs. This pay loader will be funded by a GO bond and should be paid off in 2022. The pool repairs are finalized and could be started as early as December; Acco Pools contractor said they will have the work done, so the pool can open on time in the summer of 2019. The council recently passed a Flood Plain Management Ordinance. This is an ordinance that must be in place in order for you as a home owner to seek out flood insurance through your insurer. Details and more information are available at city hall. The water tower maintenance/inspection went well, and no major repairs should need to be done at this time. I want to wish all of you and your families a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
WESLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY
REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS:
Monday-12:00 PM -5:30 PM
Wednesday-12:00 PM -5:30 PM
Thursday, Friday & Saturday-9:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday & Sunday-Closed
Closed Monday, December 24th, Tuesday, December 25th & Wednesday, December 26th
Closed Monday, December 31st, Tuesday January 1st & Wednesday, January 2nd
Book Club meets to Thursday, December 20th at 6:00 PM.
Free copies available at the library!
Library board meeting Thursday, December 27th at 6:00 PM.
Watch Facebook for craft night announcements!
PANCAKES WITH SANTA
WESLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
Wesley Community Church Candle Light Service & Soup Supper
at 5:00 PM December 24th
ST. JOSEPH CHURCH
Thank you to everyone who bought a wreath or other greenery for the Kids for Christ fundraiser. We sold 190 items and raised $1,321.42 plus $175 in cash donation. We are so grateful to have such awesome support from the community! We hope you enjoy your items have a blessed Advent and Christmas!
Kids for Christ meet on Wednesday, December 5th. Kids will get fitted for Nativity costumes and have a short practice. Then the CD of A will be hosting a Christmas party with snacks and Bingo.
St. Joseph Guild is sponsoring a “Cookie Walk” on Saturday, December 15, in the parish hall from 9 – 11 am, or until the cookies run out. All are invited! This is a great opportunity to let others do your Christmas baking for you!
The Giving Tree is up at St. Joseph's. If you would like to help a family in Kossuth County this Christmas, please stop in and grab a tag or two. You do not have to buy everything on the tag. They are just ideas that were given by the families. Each family gets one gas card and one grocery card. Each child gets 3 tags - one for clothes, one for a toy, and one for something else they requested. Please return wrapped gifts back under the tree by December 16. If you have any questions, please contact Mandy Glawe (515.341.4452).
Kids for Christ will be hosting an Advent program, Open Your Hearts, on Sunday, December 16 at 2 pm. The St. Joseph's choir will be singing and the kids will be preforming the Nativity skit during this program along with time to reflect on what Christmas is all about. Following the program, there will be hot chocolate and goodies in the parish hall. Everyone is invited to attend and take some time to unwind during this busy time of year.
Christmas Eve St. Joseph Church Mass 5:00 PM
Santa has asked the Wesley Post Office to help in collecting Letters to Santa! We will be decorating our Office just for Santa and collecting all these color pages from all the children that color them. Santa has some big plans for this little Wesley Post Office – Pick up and Drop off your letters and coloring pages at the the post office or mail to:
PO Box 9998
Wesley, IA 50483
"Walker is Giving Back" Walker Rosenmeyer is collecting toys for the children's hospital. Please see the Facebook page "Walker is Giving Back" for more information and how to donate or contact Allison Rosenmeyer with any questions.
Annual Knotty Pine Holiday Party Dec. 8th at 10:30 AM
145 Hwy 18 Wesley
Sign up deadline is: 11-24-18
We’re doing some really fun drawings/gifts. We will be supplying snacks too.
To sign up call: Amanda at 515-351-4012 or visit us on Facebook
Different sign options exclusive to this party