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The Louisiana Community Betterment Committee has announced the winners of the city-wide Christmas/holiday decoration contest. According to the Louisiana Community Betterment Committee, the winners are as follows. In the residential category, first prize is awarded to Mike and Glenda Sherman at 811 N. 8th St.; second prize is awarded to Kenny and Lil Peabody at 1811 Michael Drive; and third prize is awarded to Rodney and Diane Todd at 411
The Northeast Missouri Clergy Coalition held its 13th annual banquet and fashion show recently at Clopton High School. Approximately 125 people attended the banquet. At left are some of the models who participated in the fashion show. They are from left: Holly Rey, Christina Laney, Kayla Barogiola, Rylee Sullivan, Megan Barogiola and Cara Craig.
Clopton Elementary School hosted its annual Elementary Christmas Concert on Thursday, Dec. 4. The event, organized by Nicole Seers, elementary music teacher, attracted many visitors. The sixth – 12th grade Christmas Concert is planned for Wednesday, Dec. 17 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Old Gymnasium at Clopton. The event, open to all, will feature three choirs and three bands, according to Band Teacher Amber Smith. Among the selections being
Quilting classes are being offered free of charge as part of the Outreach program of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Louisiana. The classes will take place at the meeting room at Cozy C Campground, located on Highway 54 between Louisiana and Bowling Green. Participants are asked to bring their own sewing machine and materials, but there is no charge for taking the class. Several people have already taken
The next organizational meeting for Relay for Life will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pike County Home Health office conference room in Bowling Green. It is open to the public and anyone is invited to attend. Information will be available for anyone wishing to form a team. Ethel Drew, event chair, may be reached at 573-253-5832 for further questions. This year’s
Eagle lovers can see the majestic birds up close and flying in the wild for free at Eagle Days in Clarksville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 25. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will set up spotting scopes at Riverfront Park where volunteers and staff will help visitors watch eagles and migrating waterfowl. The U.S. Army Corps of