With November kicking off, Nodaway Countians are busier than ever with activities and events for the whole family. Here are the submitted events for the 11th month of the year. • November 1 – December 13 – Shop Merryville, when shoppers spend $20 or more at participating Chamber businesses they will receive a ticker in the weekly drawing.
Mika Porter, Maryville, recently donated several toys to the Today’s Civic Women’s Toys for Tots of Nodaway County. While she was at the Nodaway News Leader she took advantage of the $5 off an annual subscription offer to renew her subscription. The Nodaway News Leader is offering a $5 credit off of a one-year subscription
A variety of student organizations, bands and businesses were in attendance at the annual NWMSU Homecoming Parade on October 21. See photos on Page 3 of the October 26th edition of the NNL.
Several items were approved to move forward with the construction of the visitors center at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park during the October 23 Maryville City Council meeting. The following contracts were approved. • James Electric, LLC, Maryville, for materials and installation of an electrical system. $43,500. • Strueby Plumbing and Trenching, Conception Jct, for materials and
The Maryville Citizens for Community Action met October 23. One of the attendees’ activities was to sign Christmas cards furnished by The Printery House, Conception. Part of the group signing the cards are front: Lisa Macali, NCED; Rita Wallinga, Young at Heart, Albany; Heather Griffith, City of Maryville; back: Dave McLaughlin. The cards will
To encourage shopping local at Maryville Chamber member businesses during the 2023 holiday season, the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring Shop Merryville. This holiday season, over 20 Chamber businesses have volunteered to participate in Shop Merryville by providing prizes for weekly drawings held every Tuesday between November 14 and December 12.
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has announced the following individuals as finalists for its Grinch Contest: Ark of Freedom – Rebecca Wyant Wyant is founder and president of The of Ark of Freedom. Her passion is helping others find hope, healing and freedom from addiction. She pours her heart into coordinating and leading life
News Leader welcomes new employees Briley Wilmes and Blake Whitaker are the two newest employees at the Nodaway News Leader. Wilmes, a Maryville native, has been handling basic tasks around the office, including customer service, invoices and circulation. Now that she has gotten more used to the position, she is excited to see where it
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has committed $100,000 to support the Rural Northwest Missouri Behavioral Health Consortium. The consortium is led by Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville and includes partner organizations Mosaic Medical Center – Albany, Family Guidance Center, Northwest Missouri State University, New Beginnings Counseling Center and the Northwest Missouri Cooperative Mental
Leadership Maryville is a seven month program designed and originated in 1986 to both nurture leadership skills and create awareness of community needs and resources. “I was fortunate to be chosen to participate in the 36th Leadership Maryville class. I learned we’re part of a wonderful community built by diverse small businesses, emergency response teams,