University of Missouri Extension and the Crawford County Extension Homemakers Association are proud to host Dr. Jimi Cook in Steelville. The presentation will be held on Wednesday, October 17 at 10 a.m. He will speak at Golden Echoes Senior Center in Steelville as part of the Extension Homemakers Achievement Day program.
The Steelville Country Club has given nearly one million dollars in support of the community since 1997. As of June 30 this year, the total donations given back totaled $937,258 for the past 21 years.
The Steelville City Council met three times in regular session in September to discuss business for the city. Two were the regular Monday meetings where the agendas included a number of items of business, and one was a special meeting called to discuss a School Resource Officer agreement with the Steelville School District.
Work is nearing completion on a City Hall ADA Improvement Project in Steelville, one that includes significant upgrades to the facility, and is estimated to cost a total of $326,276. Of that, a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) provided $243,451 in funding, and the city is responsible for $118,825.
Steelville High School has implemented an internship program, kicked off during summer school, and “it went really, really well,” according to SHS Counselor Danielle Collins. The seven students involved are continuing in the program during the current school year.