This past week David Alderton with Peoples Bank of Wyaconda and Denise Mathes with Exchange Bank of Northeast Missouri presented donations to Industrial Opportunities to help pay for the new concrete that was recently poured to help with drainage and help improve safety. Pictured above accepting the donations are Industrial Opportunity Board Members Matt Moore, Wayne Blum, Steve Krueger and Ralph Plenge, Jr. along with Industrial Opportunities Manager Sara Louck.
This past week MK Phillips Construction started building the new outdoor classroom for students and faculty at Black Hawk Elementary School.
Locally the Kahoka VFW Post 4342 hosted a FREE July 4th Family Fun Day on Sunday, July 4th with great food, fun games and a fireworks display to end the night.
The Shrine of St. Patrick also hosted a July 4th Family Picnic on Sunday in St. Patrick. Everyone in attendance enjoyed a fried chicken dinner, family fun games and the Oak Hollow Campground sponsored the Fireworks Show again this year. Please see page 9 for photos from these events.
Joelle Tomlinson, our guest reader this summer, read several books to the boys and girls for Storytime this week. One of the books was “Little Joe Chickapig,” which was the book for the drawing. The book was won by Eloise Brookhart, the daughter of Elizabeth and Jacob Brookhart.
The children took home a really cute “chickapig” craft. Sever Library will be having in-house Storytime on Wednesdays at 10:00 for the next four Wednesdays.
There will be drawings for books. This program is for preschoolers and grade school students. There will be crafts for the boys and girls to take home. We hope to see you next week!
There was another prize give-away this week, which was an art project.
Jessie Sturm was our winner this week. She is the daughter of Crystal and Rickie Sturm.
Wayne J. Blum was presented a Quilt of Valor at his home by Cinda James, Mary Ann Barnes and Cheryl Buschling, members of the Sewcial Quilters of Clark County.
Wayne entered the Army in September 1955 along with two of his neighbor boys, Albert Brewer and Bill Mohr. They took their basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo then he advanced for training in Fort Dix, N.J. and then was assigned to Fort Riley, Kansas, to the First Division (the Big Red One). While at Fort Dix he was able to spend his 20th birthday and New Year's Eve in New York City. Following his honorable discharge from the Army he served 4 years in the Army Reserve and took summer training at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin.
This past week Junior Indian Football camp was held at the CCR-1 Activity Field. Those attending included: Bennett Plenge, Owen Eddleman, Blake Rodgers, Corrick Hunziker, Wyatt Billings, Maverick Kirchner, Khoal Stark, Grady Webster, Conner Waples, Brody Davis, Riley Moeller, Cooper Green, Ryles McIntire, Liam McIntire, Kia Binsbacher, Cash Wilson, Wyatt Davis, Landon Roberts, Tuff Pitford, Lukas Weaver, Elijah Miller, Avery Biggerstaff, Isaiah Kiger, Conner Smith, Kole Ross, Brennan Fuller, Reid Sammons, Darin Shotts, Gracyn Holsted, Corbin White, Kade Wilson, Avery Dent and Wyatt Lovell.
Also in this Weeks Paper
** United Country Real Estate | Land Pros LLC Welcomes Talented New Agent to Growing Team
** MU Extension Master Gardener online training begins Aug. 23
** Mizzou releases spring 2021 graduation list
** Clark County Land Transfers - June 2021
** University of MO Extension - Joe’s Bits and Pieces
** Roadwork Scheduled on Route M in Clark County
** St. Patrick News By Myrna Daughtry
** Ragan History - By Joanne Ragan
** Sever Library News
** Clark Co. Nutrition Site Menu