The Nodaway County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting and recognition night at 5 pm, Monday, June 26 at the museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville. The topics will be election of a new board, annual business meeting and celebration of members and volunteers. Appetizers will be served. For more information, contact 660.582.8176 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hot Dogs for Hot Dogs will be from 4:30 to 6 pm, Monday, June 26 in the side yard of the First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville. A come-and-go event for dogs and their owners. Hot dog sandwiches available. Dog dress-up optional. Donations will be shared between the New Nodaway Humane Society
The Skidmore Food Pantry will be from 4 to 6 pm, Monday, June 26 at Newton Hall. Line up coming down the street to pick up. It is for residents of the Nodaway-Holt school district.
At the June 14 Nodaway County Ambulance District, a request of $5,429 worth of rescue equipment was approved for the Maryville Rescue Squad. The request includes two rescue harnesses, one rescue litter and one litter harness. The Maryville Rescue Squad has had 38 calls since June 1. There will also be a landing zone training
Local business leaders, state economic development officials joined Northwest Missouri State representatives in the celebration of the remodel of the university’s McKemy Center for Lifelong Learning to enhance workforce and economic development. Kawasaki Human Resources Director Tim Melvin, Shad Burner, Missouri Economic Development director of federal initiatives; Lisa Marshall, grant manager; Acting Director of Economic Development
The Barnard Community Historical Society Museum will be open from 1 to 4 pm, the last Sunday of the month on June 25. The museum is open by appointment. For information, call Mike Walker at 816.262.4814 or any board member.
The Ravenwood Community Breakfast will be held from 8 to noon, Sunday, June 25 at the Ravenwood Community Center. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children. The menu is eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy and pancakes. The Northeast Nodaway senior class will help.
Area Lions Clubs donated money to Northwest Missouri Dream Factory Volunteer Ron Dougan, center, to benefit Hudson Guss, a seven-year-old from Albany, previously from Sheridan. Presenting are Lions Bill Calhoun, Grant City, $250; Richard Warner, Graham, $250; Ken Barnes, Maryville Pride, $250; and Chris Davison, Maryville Host, $500. Also at the presentation were Maryville Pride
Every Tuesday during the summer, Mozingo hosts Ladies Night from 6 to 8 pm on the Sechrest 18. Social hour starts at 5 pm with food and drinks. Rebecca Vierthaler cracks a smile after sending her first drive of the night down the fairway while Korena Sundell watches on.
Oak Pointe is the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce June Business of the Month. Located at 817 South Country Club Road, Oak Pointe provides outstanding care and support as an assisted living and memory care facility. Nominated for its outstanding customer service and superb quality of care, its nomination reads, Oak Pointe, “takes great care