An artist reception will be held Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 6 p.m. for the college student art exhibit at Steelville Arts Council’s Gallery Zeke.
Drivers for the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood competed in classic Missouri winter weather conditions last weekend. On Friday, teams drove on gravel roads still slick with ice in some areas and on Saturday, continued the race in a snowstorm. By the last stage, there was six inches of snow on the ground. Officials cut the rally short, though, as conditions deteriorated and the event was called at the conclusion of Stage 15.
Leona Jones, Certified Nurse Assistant, was recently honored as the recipient of the Gibbs Care Center PEP award. Leona was nominated by her co-workers for performing above and beyond the scope of her regular duties.
Kindergarten Registration is rescheduled for Thursday, March 12, 3:30-6 p.m. Parents need to bring birth certificate, proof of residency, immunization records, and copy of vision exam. They must have all paperwork complete to schedule a kindergarten screening appointment. Kindergarten screening is scheduled for Thursday, March 26. Appointments for screening can be made at registration.
Two people touched by the impact of organ donation came together to tell their stories at a special presentation held at First Assembly of God on Wednesday, February 18. Amy Wildhaber lost her son in a tragic accident but was able to share the gift of life with many others through donation of his organs. Steelville native Paul Perkins was the recipient of this gift when he received a heart and kidney transplant from another donor.