The Gasconade Valley Conference Art Show featuring artwork created by students from six area high schools is on display in Steelville at Gallery Zeke through April 24. Among the featured work are 10 pieces that earned awards for Cuba High School students.
The Cuba City Council swore in three incumbent members following last week’s election at its meeting on Thursday, April 8. Aldermen Sam Black and Jeff Bouse, and Alderwoman Debbie Martin each managed to secure their spot on the city council. Stephen Paulus was sworn in as Cuba Municipal Judge. The council also voted to reelect Black as mayor pro tem.
The Cuba Fire Protection District responded to two major house fires last week in less than 24 hours. Both required assistance from several nearby districts.
Covenant Praise Church of God, in conjunction with the Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce, VFW Post 7147, VFW Auxiliary, DAV, Head Start, Cuba Police, Cuba Fire Protection District, Cuba Ball Program, CHS Art Club, and donations from Casey’s, Taylor Sign and Tint, Cuba Mobil On the Run and Lowe’s Landscaping and Supply held an Easter egg hunt at the Cuba Sports Complex on Saturday for nearly 700 children.
Capri Pools and Aquatics officially began work on a new splash pad at the Cuba Municipal Swimming Pool on Monday. The project will cost about $250,000 and will replace the kiddie pool with various water features on a textured, non-slip surface.