The Fifth Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be served from 11 am to 1 pm, Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 at the Nodaway County Senior Center, 1210 East First Street, Maryville. “After two years, the staff is excited to once again offer dine-in to the patrons,” Administrator Amie Firavich said. Besides dine-in, pick up and home-delivery
Hattie Nielson, daughter of Betsy and Scott Nielson, Maryville, celebrated her ninth birthday recently by hosting a party for her friends. Instead of receiving birthday presents, she requested her friends to bring pajamas for those children who might be in-shelter at the North Star Advocacy Center, Maryville. Hattie also made several blankets to give to
Members of the Nodaway County Ambulance District, Nodaway County Rescue Squad, 11 Nodaway County fire departments, Northwest Regional Emergency Communications Center and Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville emergency department joined together recently to support local breast cancer patients. They sold over 300 apparel items that generated $1,215 to the breast cancer patient assistance fund at
The Maryville Pride Lions Club announced the winners of the Peace Poster contest. The Pride Lions ran the contest at St. Gregory Barbarigo School, Jefferson C-123 and Northeast Nodaway. The posters were submitted to the district level.
November 11, Veterans Day was celebrated throughout Nodaway County with American Legions and county schools taking part in events.
Downtown Maryville will be hosting the annual Lighted Christmas Parade at 6 pm, Friday, December 2. The parade route will begin on North Main Street at Franklin Park and end at the Downtown Pocket Park, Third and Main. This is the second year that Downtown Maryville has hosted the parade since its inception in 2014.
There will be a Turkey Trot starting at 8 am, Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 at Fourth and Buchanan streets. Downtown Maryville is sponsoring the first-ever event.
The Maryville Public Library is having a dinosaur event for children in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade from 10 to 11 am, Monday, November 21 in the library basement. Dr. John Pope, professor of geoscience at Northwest Missouri State University, will speak on bones, rocks and minerals and take questions. There will be a dino coloring
The US Army Corps of Engineers at Smithville Lake will host its annual managed deer hunt for individuals with ambulatory disabilities on November 19 and 20. This event allows individuals with ambulatory disabilities the opportunity to hunt from wheelchair accessible hunting blinds at Smithville Lake. Hunters have been randomly selected and may hunt on both
The First Presbyterian Church will hold its Christmas decoration day, Sunday, November 20.