Come to Willard Community Center every Monday and Wednesday morning from 9:00am-11:30am to socialize and maybe take home some cash! You must be at least 19-years old to play; cards are $1.50 each, play as many as you would like.
Every month, Bingo players get to participate in a potluck meal. This is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and community members. Don't miss out on your chance to have a great time here at the Willard Community Center.
We will have school age children from Roper and Lakeview elementary, in the building on non school days. Therefore, there will be no bingo on days we are caring for the school age children at the community center. If you have any questions please call Willard at 402-475-0805. We look forward to having you here!!!
To our friends and family who golfed or supported us in the 15th Annual Kenny & Pam Gardner "It was Fun" Memorial Golf Tournament, you help Willard Community Center's child care programs raise over $13,000. This tournament continues to allow us to offer kids and families of our programs scholarship assistance. We couldn't do it without you!! Thank you for everything you helped Willard achieve.
Willard Community Center has been putting in great efforts into the Step Up To Quality accreditation program. We were recently recognized in the Lincoln Journal Star for the good job our staff have done implementing new practices, and learning 'The Creative Curriculum' we just started new this fall.
The Step up to Quality process provides us with resources to create and build a better quality preschool and pre-k. We already have amazing staff, who show a strenuous amount of dedication and determination in their everyday work. We thought; why not be recognized for the great work they already do.
Step up to Quality is a process that provides our program with great resources such as: coaching and guidance, professional development and training, incentives and financial support.
We cannot wait to continue through the process and reach our goal rating. For more information on Step Up to Quality, please visit the website below. For a great read into our programs participation in Step Up to Quality; the link to the article written by: Nancy Hicks, and published in the Lincoln Journal Star is also available.