Congratulations EHUMC Members

Elkhorn Hills UMC is proud of its youth and adult members for their service and success in our communities.  Read about some of our fantastic members.

State Tournaments

Elkhorn South High School Softball Team won the State Tournament!   Elkhorn Hills members Liz Hullinger and Erin Hullinger are assistant coaches on the team.  Click here to read the Omaha World Herald Article

Elkhorn High School Tennis Team is coached by Elkhorn Hills member Jon Holtz.  The Antlers finished with 30.5 points and a 4th place finish in the Class B Tennis Tournament!  Haydn Muir played #1 Singles and placed 4th in Class B.

Elkhorn South High School Tennis Team has three Elkhorn Hills members:  Jon Fink, Seth Fink, and Ben Fink.  Click here to read the Omaha World Herald Article about the brothers who played Doubles at the State Tournament.

Fall Plays/Musicals

Elkhorn High School will be performing the musical “Guys and Dolls”  the first weekend of November.  Come support Haydn Muir and Torrie Cammack in this production.

Millard North High School presented the musical “Catch Me If You Can”  Oct.14th -16th.   Kaleb Heckens was a member of the cast.

Elkhorn South High School presented “Death Trap,” a two-act thriller on September 22-25.  Elkhorn Hills UMC member Sherry Wade is the Drama teacher at Elkhorn South.

Concordia Jr. High will be performing the musical “Honk!” (the story of the Ugly Duckling) the 13th of November.  Bailey Klanderud is in the cast. Show times for the Jr. High Musical and the Sr. High One Act “Lettres De Cafe” are 3 pm or 7 pm on Sunday, November 13th.  General admission tickets ($10 for both shows) go on sale Monday, October 17th at the front office, or they can be purchased at the door.

Girl Donates Hair

Bailey Klanderud, a member of Elkhorn Hills UMC, donated 10 inches of hair to Wigs 4 Kids in October, 2016.   Most recipients are cancer patients, but children suffering hair loss because of alopecia, trichotillomania, burns, lupus, and any other medical condition are also eligible.  This is Bailey’s second time donating her hair.  “My goal is to donate 5 times.  It’s easy and is for a good cause.  Plus, it’s a renewable resource!”

Wigs 4 Kids is a non-profit organization providing kids age 3-18 new hair, new hope, and a chance to be themselves.  Each wig retails between $2500 – $3000 and costs Wigs 4 Kids about $800 and 16 hours of labor to provide.  At Wigs 4 Kids, no child is turned away and no family ever pays.  Click here to learn more about  Wigs 4 Kids.

Donna Brown, owner of Hair World in Bennington, NE, has handled the hair donation both times.  At the end of the appointment, an amazing thing happened.  The next customer was a woman whose niece suffered from leukemia and had worn a wig for aesthetic purposes during her treatment.  The customer spoke about how important it was for her niece to get a wig with healthy, young hair.  She thanked Bailey on behalf of her niece and other children suffering hair loss from cancer treatments and other reasons.

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