Where did the summer go? That became the topic of discussion as I bounced two young boys down a rough forested, farm lane headed towards our favorite fishing spot. We anxiously looked forward to our last fishing fling together before school started.
As much as I like to be in the woods, this is a rough time because of all the spider webs across trails. One of the old Front Bench Regulars in the pool hall back home said that God didn’t create spiders, ticks and flies. He said they were here when God got here, before He went to creating the good stuff. Darn, they make me itch and get miserable. I don’t remember them being here when I was a kid because I hunted squirrels in the hickories in late August.
Noah Coleman Chapter will resume meeting August 17, after summer break.
A special thank you to Fran Erickson for presenting the DAR Award to Cadet Andrew Gerth at the Missouri S&T Air Force ROTC Awards Ceremony on May 11, 2019, prior to the summer break.
People in the area have a wonderful opportunity to hear firsthand a wonderful speaker talking about her receipt of a shoebox as a child!
Elena Nicholson was eight years old when she and her sister were moved from an abusive poverty-stricken home into an orphanage in the former Soviet Union.
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital is pleased to announce that Amy Wildhaber has been promoted to director of compliance, safety, risk and quality for the hospital.
A swine artificial insemination program will be held on Thursday, August 27, 2019 from 6-8 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 7057 Old 66, Cuba, MO. Topics covered will be heat defection, estrous synchronization techniques and AI methods. Dr. Timothy Safranski, State Extension Swine Specialist and Professor of Animal Science will present the program.