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When was the last time you spent four hours drinking, eating and enjoying live music but only spent $35? That's the bargain you get when you attend the 2016 ‪#‎Omaha‬ Beer and Bacon Festival, which is a benefit for the Omaha Jaycees and Wounded Warriors Family Support

It's not $35 plus the cost of beers and bacon. It's a $35 ticket that gets you cold brews, bacon-themed dishes and more while you help two local non-profit organizations. Let's raise a glass to that! Cheers, do-gooders. 

Buy your tickets now at The first 1,000 tickets sold come with a full-sized Beer and Bacon Festival mug.

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Ready to channel your inner artist?

Join Team Jay-Hab to rehab a home in our area! If you (and your friends) will participate in Brush Up Nebraska on Aug. 20 with Omaha Jaycees and Omaha Habitat Young Professionals group, please officially register online at Those who register by July 17 receive a free T-shirt.

The exact location of our painting will be announced in July after the Brush Up Nebraska organizers review all of their applications. However, it will be in Omaha, and we will likely start at 8.

Questions? Contact Kate Neujahr.

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On July 7th, 2016, the Omaha Jaycees volunteered at Willz Grillz with The Hope Center for Kids. Based out of North Omaha, The Hope Center for Kids is a nonprofit organization committed to faithfully inspiring hope in the lives of youth and children through education, employability, collaboration and faith. Partnering with The Hope Center for Kids for their Willz Grills, the Omaha Jaycees assisted the organization with the running of carnival type games and food stations for this annual event.

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