Attention Civic Center Members and Patrons:
The Civic Center will be closed for annual maintenance and repair from July 25-31.
Regular hours of operation will resume on Monday, August 1st.
EMERALD ASH BORER IS HERE - WHAT NOW?
With the recent confirmation by the State of Nebraska Department of Agriculture of
the presence of the Emerald Ash Borer in Omaha as well as a second
confirmation in Cass County (Greenwood)...Wahoo property owners are
strongly encouraged to become well-informed about this invasive pest
and the tremendous impact it is expected to have on the City of Wahoo's
A recent survey of Wahoo's 'public' trees
which includes trees on public property and in the street right-of-way,
indicates that ash species comprise the largest single species of trees
on public space in our community...nearly 325 trees! Also keep in mind, this
does not include the dozens of ash trees on private property. Clearly, EAB will
have a tremendous impact on Wahoo and our tree canopy. Now is the
time to learn as much as possible about EAB and it's impact so
that you can make appropriate decisions regarding your ash trees.
down to the bottom of this page to find pertinent EAB information and
links as well information about the Wahoo Community Forestry program.
Please take the time to review and become an informed property
Click on the links below for more information including a printable City of Wahoo employment application:
Job Announcement / Job Description / Employment Application
KIDS BORED AT HOME THIS SUMMER? WE CAN HELP.
Our Summer Camp Field Trips can help take the boredom out of summer for your kids! They are open to anyone! Visit here for more information and a printable registration form.
Registrations (w/a late fee) accepted until July 19th
Click on the link below to register online.
Registrations (w/a late fee) are still being accepted for FALL YOUTH VOLLEYBALL. Visit here for more program details and information. Click on the button below to register online.
Click here for more program information and details.
"Fit Bits"...by April Kassebaum, Certified Personal Trainer
A new feature offering timely fitness advice relevant to your Civic Center workout experience.
|The Civic Center recently added a set of FIXED BARBELLS (pictured left) that range in weight from 20 lbs. to 110 lbs. Try the five fixed barbell exercises below to add a little pizazz to your workouts!|
|Here's a few training tips when performing these fixed barbell exercises:|
1) Alternate each set between the narrow and wide grips provided on the barbells (see photo left).
Proper lifting form during each exercise should include keeping
your elbows straight, maintaining a tight core, and good breathing.
3) For endurance and definition, perform 3 sets of 30 reps of each exercise.
4) For mass and power development, perform 3 sets of 10 reps of each exercise.
|#1 - Posterior Deltoid Straight Arm Press|
Arms behind the back pushing the barbell
away from the body. Works the 'back' or
posterior of the shoulder.
|#2 - Tricep Press|
Photo shows the starting position of the exercise.
Elbows at 90 degree angle, pushing the barbell
above your head and extending the arms. Works
the triceps on the back of your upper arm.
|#3 Chest Press|
show the starting position of the exercise. Bring barbell down to
your chest and push up for one rep. Works the chest (pectoral)
muscles as well as the triceps.
|#4 Standing Bicep Curl|
shows position at mid-point of the exercise. Keep your elbows
close to your body. Works the biceps on the front of your
|#5 Overhead Pull|
top photo shows the starting position. The bottom
photo shows the finishing position. Keep arms straight
throughout the exercise. Works the lat muscles in the back.
Be stronger than your excuses!
Kassebaum is available for fitness consultations at the Civic Center on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Visit her website to contact her directly
WE ARE SOCIAL!We are making it easier than ever to stay in touch with Wahoo Parks and Recreation!
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Let's Get Your Party Started!...
We can help you make your next group party or function
more information about our group party packages or contact Amber at
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would encourage you to call ahead and make an appointment.
Wahoo Community Forestry Information
Wahoo Community Forestry Ordinance - A Property Owner's Guide
Application for Tree Planting Permit
Street Tree List
ReTree Nebraska's 16 for 2016
Tree Selection and Planting - Best Practices
Recognizing Tree Hazards - Part 1
Recognizing Tree Hazards - Part 2
Wahoo Parks and Recreation
310 N. Linden St.
Wahoo, Nebraska 68066
Fax: (402) 443-4179