Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Mid-Ozark CASA has a continuing need for volunteers to work on behalf of children throughout the region. Donations are also needed.
Riders came through the area over the weekend supporting Ride for the Relay, a group raising money to find a cure for cancer. They stopped in Cuba on Sunday, September 5, before continuing the next leg of their journey to Joplin on September 6.
The Crawford County Historical Society Museum (CCHSM) in Cuba has been hard at work this season to bring new and fresh exhibits to the museum every month. As part of a Crawford County 2021 Quilt Series, CCSM has showcased quilts from the Cuba United Methodist Church Quilt Group, Bourbon Quilt Group, and the latest—Steelville Quilters.
By Diane Branson, Secretary
The August meeting of the Cuba Hills Garden Club was a Virtual Garden Tour. Members took pictures of their gardens throughout the Spring and Summer months and sent them to Vice President Linda Mullen who compiled a video presentation for everyone to watch after the regular meeting.
The Cuba School District was expecting 1,291 students when classes opened on Monday, August 23, but by the second day of class that number had swelled to 1,319 and administrators expect it could go up even more.