Peoples Bank is celebrating 30 years in the Steelville community this month. To mark the occasion, the bank is having an anniversary celebration on October 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Steelville branch. The community is invited to stop by the Steelville branch and enjoy cake and punch.
Clayton Earhart of Steelville Country Mart Pharmacy (seated) is joined by (from left) Jarrett West, Sawyer Evans and Presley Lujan to show off the October Book Buzz books recently donated to the Steelville School library by the pharmacy as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers in Education program.
The Ozark Potters' Guild, an amazing and talented local group of ceramic artists, is once again offering a unique pottery show. It is titled Ceramic Tableware: Art in Service, and the work of the members of the guild: Julie Balogh Brand, Rob Bowness, Stu Ha'o, Jamie Smith, Mickey Allen and Kate Sachs, along with special invited guests, will be on display and for sale during this show, which opens on Thursday, November 7 at Gallery Zeke.
Liz Bennett, who owns and operates Britton-Bennett Funeral Home in Steelville with her husband Bill, approached the city council at their meeting on October 7 to present information about a potentially life-saving app, free to anyone in the community. Bill also serves as an alderman on the council.
Steelville City Council members were asked to consider two potential changes to policies related to paid time off for employees at their October 7 meeting.