The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, will hold the following activities: • Morning Toddler Storytime, 9:45 am, Thursday, October 24. • Adult Computer Assistance, 4 to 6 pm, Thursday, October 24. To register or for more information on these events, call the library at 660.582.5281.
The Pickering Christian Church is conducting an outreach mission. Free bread and sweets may be picked up from 2 to 4 pm, Monday, October 21 at the east basement door.
The Skidmore fall cleanup will be Monday, October 21 through Monday, October 28. Trash receptacles will be in the usual place.
The Skidmore United Methodist Church welcomes the public to its annual fall supper from 5 to 7 pm, Saturday, October 19. The menu for the freewill donation supper includes fried chicken, ham, potatoes, green beans, salads, desserts, hot rolls and drinks.
The schedule of events for the Saturday, October 19 Mozingo Haunted Campground is pumpkin carving, 2 to 4 pm; face painting, 3 to 6 pm; bounce house and other inflatables, 3 to 7 pm; pumpkin cannon, 4 to 6 pm; pet costume contest, 4 to 4:30 pm; 102 BBQ and kettle corn, 5 to 7
The fifth annual Vet2Vet will be held from 10 am to 2 pm, Saturday, October 19 at 100 North Fourth Street, St. Joseph. The event is for all veterans and their families. There will be information on housing, employment, counseling, VA benefits, healthcare, education, eldercare and more.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri is partnering with local hairstylists to raise awareness on domestic violence. The stylists participating in Maryville are: • Tina Dawson at Total Image, 108 East Torrance Street, is giving a 10 percent discount on services, excluding tanning, for customers who
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County is ready to host its eighth annual Adopt-A-Family Holiday Gift Drive. Each year businesses and individuals around the county donate to this event, with gifts going to the families of the matched children. Last year, this drive resulted in 14 donors providing Christmas gifts for 23 families.
At the October 10 Skidmore City Council meeting, the aldermen discussed the next steps to take in clearing the alley by city hall. Mayor Tracy Shewey said she would double-check with the city attorney on whether or not an additional notice needed to be sent to resident Rick Stanton to remove the blockage. She stated
The Clearmont City Council had a roomful of residents for a couple of topics the council did address during the October 15 meeting. Faye Smith and son, Mike Smith, addressed a past issue with low water pressure that was corrected in 2016. The Smiths were asking the council to review their procedure and costs of