Libraries Rock and so do Farm Animals! This week at story time on Tuesday, June 12 in Steelville Miss Ciara and Miss Joy read to the kids about the music that can be found on a farm and then the kids made farm scene posters.
Story time at Steelville on June 6 hosted 48 kids as Chef Jimmy West read "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie." After the story, they decorated cookies to take home.
The Steelville Art Council’s 6th Annual Plein Air event is in the books and by all accounts, it was another successful week as 50 painters from eight states invaded the area to show off their talents. If you missed out on the event, don’t worry, numerous paintings from the week are now for sale and on display through the end of June at Gallery Zeke in downtown Steelville.
The Steelville Community Park is now officially a “Certified Site” on the Trail of Tears, which is part of the National Trails System operated by the U.S. National Parks Service. The park site, which was previously the Henry E. Davis homestead, was officially dedicated during a National Trails System 50th Anniversary Event held in Steelville on June 2.
By Lanie Diaz
During the first week of my internship at Steelville High School, my fellow classmates and I went to several businesses including Steelville Health Department, Steelville Senior Living, First Community National Bank, Steelville Manufacturing and Rich’s Burgers.