Northeast Nodaway pre-school through sixth graders and their families are invited to a family reading night from 6 to 7 pm, Tuesday, November 1. There will be snacks, fun, reading and books. It’s sponsored by the NEN library and Title 1.
The West Nodaway Food Pantry is open to people living in the West Nodaway school district from 4 to 6 pm, Tuesdays, November 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 at the First Christian Church, Third and Ballard, Burlington Jct. There is also a food drop at 5 pm, Wednesdays, November 9, 16, and 23. There
To celebrate National Diabetes Awareness Month, a Diabetes Dash will begin at 3:30 pm, Tuesday, November 1 at the Mosaic Outpatient Therapy – Maryville, east side by playground. The dash will include a half to three-mile walk/run and a chance to learn more about diabetes, healthy eating and healthy tips to lower your glucose. Healthy
The food pantry will be held from 1 to 6 pm, Tuesday, November 1 at Newton Hall, Skidmore. Line up coming down the street. There are no income restrictions and it is for residents of the Nodaway-Holt School District.
The Maryville Parks and Recreation Board formally approved Holtman Masonry, Maryville, to build the concrete block restroom facility at Thomson Splash “N” Play during their October 17 meeting. The price is not to exceed $18,850. Maryville City Council approved the contract on October 24. The board also approved the Code of Conduct Policies for Coaches
Northwest Missouri State University’s Percussion Ensemble is returning to a university stage to present a concert featuring traditional Samba Batucada and Samba Reggae. The concert, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7:30 pm, Thursday, November 3, in the Charles Johnson Theater at the Olive DeLuce Fine Arts Building. The Percussion Ensemble
The Northwest Missouri State Homecoming parade on October 22, started on the corner of Ray and College Avenue, and proceeded east on Fourth Street. The parade included local bands and floats sponsored by campus and community organizations.
The Maryville Pride Lions Club donated $1,000 to be used for trophies at the Maryville High School Speech and Debate Tournament October 28 – 29. Approximately 10 to 14 schools are expected to participate in the annual MHS hosted tournament. Pride Lions PDG David Primm, Lions Linda Primm, Lewis Rice, Jerry Watkins and President Christine
Halloween treats of donuts and hot chocolate will be served from 5 to 8 pm, Monday, October 31.
The Platte Valley Cross Country team competed at St. Joseph Christian October 22.