The first two calves of the season were born recently at Omaha Home for Boys Cooper Farm. A black female calf, whose entrance into the world was a bit earlier than expected, was born to Molly on January 27. Thanks to some TLC from the farm crew, the calf is doing well after a shaky
The Omaha Home for Boys recently announced its 2017 Board of Directors which includes six new members. Victor Baez joins the Board as a Director and brings a strong background in the construction industry to the Omaha Home for Boys. As a construction manager with The Noddle Companies, he manages all aspects of construction projects
The Omaha Home for Boys School is seeing positive changes take place as 2017 gets underway. One enhancement is the expansion of the teaching staff. James Springhower joined the school staff midway through this academic year, becoming the third teacher at the school. Springhower has ten years of teaching experience both on the high school
The start of 2017 is bringing a new look to the Eppley Recreation Center that will have an impact far beyond the Omaha Home for Boys’ campus. Thanks in part to a $10,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation, the gym floor has undergone a much needed makeover. In December, the gym floor was sanded down
Visitors…visitors…visitors. Everyone loves a visitor (at least most of the time). Here at the Home we have been fortunate enough to welcome many visitors through the years, some famous and some not as well known. In 1928 cowboy western star Tom Mix came to see us and posed with the boys on the front steps
Administrator retiring from Omaha Home for Boys remains close to those she’s guided The following article was written by Reece Ristau and appeared in the Omaha World-Herald on August 5, 2016. Since the time of publication, Ruth Roose has retired from Omaha Home for Boys and is enjoying time with her family. After nearly two
Joe and April Wickiser have made it a holiday tradition to give back to those less fortunate. In year’s past, they have adopted families and brightened their holidays by providing gifts and groceries. While the Wickiser’s are grateful that they are in a position to support those in their community through this adoption program, this
On November 22 we had the pleasure of hosting the family of Dan Koziol for a tree dedication in Dan’s honor. Dan worked at Omaha Home for Boys from May 2011 until his untimely death on July 4, 2015 at the age of 60. During the four short years that Dan worked at the Home,
Outside Dr. Anthony Dancer’s office in the Wurdeman Learning Center is what some may consider just writing on the wall. To the youth seated in the classrooms across the hall, it’s motivation to study harder.
Ken “Coach” Carter – immortalized by Samuel L. Jackson in the movie Coach Carter – is the keynote speaker for the Omaha Home for Boys’ Imagine Our Youth fundraising gala. The Imagine Our Youth gala is Thursday, September 15, at the Embassy Suites Omaha-LaVista. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a social hour and silent auction, followed by dinner and speaker presentation.