University students to work on projects in town this spring
City leaders heard a report from the president of the Cuba Development Group at the February 18 meeting of the Cuba City Council. At that time, Mardy Leathers updated the board of aldermen on the projects he has been working on—and according to Leathers, things are going well.
The Cuba FFA chapter will hold its 4th annual labor and pie auction on Monday, March 17. This is a rescheduled night from Tuesday, March 4, which was cancelled due to weather conditions.
Rocker racers share their stories
The Sixth Annual “Race to the Rocker” is just around the corner, set to take place on March 22 in Cuba. Anyone is welcome and encouraged to participate or attend this event, sponsored by JOG, Inc. (Joggers of God, In Cuba). The four-mile race from historic uptown Cuba to the site of the World’s Largest Rocking Chair in Fanning is one that has steadily grown in popularity for a variety of reasons.
Design for Project Oak development on target
Project Oak, a major redevelopment venture along Cuba’s I-44 corridor, is moving through the design phase on schedule and with few hang-ups. Construction on the project is expected to start this spring, and in time, it will bring to town a new Taco Bell restaurant, Comfort Inn hotel, and an all-new Mobil On the Run convenience store and gas pumps.
Cuba voters to decide school board race, capital improvement tax
Unless there’s a great push for write-in candidates in the April election, the ballot choices for city government offices will be quick and easy for the voters of Cuba. Only the incumbents filed for reelection to their city hall offices. Voters will, however, decide a contested school board race and whether or not to renew a half-cent sales tax being used for capital improvement projects.
The Sixth Annual “Race to the Rocker” will be held on March 22 in Cuba. The four-mile race from historic uptown Cuba to the site of the World’s Largest Rocking Chair in Fanning is sponsored by JOG, Inc. (Joggers of God, In Cuba). Proceeds from the event go to support local charities.