AL 464 hosts pancake breakfast American legion Post 464 will host a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 am, Sunday, June 20. It will feature pancakes, sausage, eggs, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee. A minimum donation of $7 is requested per person. Children six and under are free. Proceeds of the breakfast will go
Maryville Young Players will present “Lion King, Jr.” Friday through Sunday, June 19 to 20 at the Lee and Nina Schneider Center for the Performing Arts at Maryville High School. Actors from the Timon and Pumbaa casts learn choreography for the upcoming MYP production. They are under the direction of Vanessa Parsons, vocal music teacher for
BJ AL features breaded tenderloins at supper The Burlington Jct. American Legion is hosting a supper from 5 to 7 pm, Friday, June 11 at the American Legion Post. Sponsored by the Rolla Dicks American Legion Auxiliary, the menu features breaded tenderloin sandwiches, potato wedges, dessert and drink. Curbside and carryout available, call ahead at
50 Years Ago: 1971 Memorial Day services were held at Miriam Cemetery, Maryville, with representatives from local WWI and WWII veterans’ organizations and churches. Participating were Louis Ritterbusch, Frank Strong, Everett Brown, William Robertson, E.A. Pence, Rev. Gil Peters and Rev. Robert Ceperley. 25 Years Ago: 1996 The Maryville Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Jaycees,
Nodaway County Economic Development’s series of “Pop-Up Shops” at 408 North Market, Maryville, added cinnamon rolls from Goff Grocery, Thursday, June 10; Neff Valley Creations, Friday, June 11; and Good News Bakery, June 14, 15 and 16. Most pop-ups begin at 11 am and will be open while supplies last.
The fourth annual Nodaway County Children’s Business Fair (CBF) will be open to the public from 9 am to 12:30 pm, Saturday, June 12 at Beal Park, Maryville. Sponsored by the Maryville Public Library, CBF features businesses of young entrepreneurs from age eight to 18. Awards will be presented from 12:30 to 1 pm. This
Skidmore Community Betterment will meet at 6 pm, Monday, June 8 at Newton Hall.
Maryville Public Library has started the Summer Reading Program. Sign up may be done at the library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, or through the Beanstack app. Open to all ages. Grades one through adult may choose the challenge that fits the individual. Infant and toddler storytime for ages birth to five is at 9:45
Applications for the “Christmas in the Summertime” clothing project will be accepted at Community Services, 1212 South Main Street, Maryville, through Tuesday, June 15. Students who qualify to participate in this program must be in grades kindergarten through 12 and enrolled in a Nodaway County school for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. This project is
There will be garage sales throughout Skidmore, Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 6.