Kurt Merseal has been recognized for his volunteer work with the Steelville MTB Collective with a Show Me Service Award. He was honored with the award on Thursday, May 19 at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. The ceremony marked the 20th year of the awards and recognized a total of 28 individuals, businesses, and community organizations from across the state for their volunteer efforts.
Freedom Fest is scheduled for Monday, July 4, in Steelville. The annual celebration of Independence Day is sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce and is held at the Community Park.
Ten students from the Steelville School District competed in the Special Olympics in Hermann on May 10. Seven high school National Honor Society students and eight staff members attended as well to support the students and help as needed.
By Mary Young, member STARCO Plein Air committee
It's no wonder 50 artists return year after year to Steelville for the Arts Council's annual Plein Air event. It offers artists the opportunity to participate in an event where those planning, hosting, and sponsoring it truly care about creating a wonderful experience for all involved.
After being canceled for two years due to the pandemic, the Steelville High School Alumni Banquet is being held again this month.