The University of Missouri’s School of Visual Studies (SVS) Art on the Move (AOM) Outreach Program presents SVS student, Alex Sapaugh in Rolla, on Friday, December 6 for a reception at The Centre for Local Color, an exhibition hosted by Arts Rolla.
By Larry Dablemont
Bolt and I loaded up the boat and headed for Truman Lake the day before Thanksgiving. Bolt is my big brown Labrador, the third or fourth greatest duck dog in the world. I call him that; so, all the other Lab owners who think their dog is the “best one in the world” have no reason to argue with me.
The James Memorial Library Teen Advisory Board will hold an art show and bake sale on December 10 to raise money to purchase new young adult books for the library. The event, called Snacks & Sketches, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. and will feature baked goods and art for sale throughout the evening.
The city has plans to use leaves picked up from city streets as compost and reusable fill soil for a possible tree nursery planned to be installed near the middle school. Reliable Excavating was contracted to begin the process of spreading the leaves in the city dump.
The Cuba School District recently received data from its latest round of state-required testing and Assistant Superintendent Curt Graves presented that information to the board during its regularly monthly meeting on November 25. Overall, the district had good results in English, but lower than expected scores in math.
The Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Parade with Reindeer Games will be held Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m., with the parade starting at the Wagon Wheel and traveling down Historic Route 66 before turning on Smith Street and ending at Recklein Auditorium.