Another season has come and gone for the Cuba Soccer Program.
The Cuba City Council met in regular session at City Hall on Tuesday, October 16, to discuss the following items of business:
• The council approved the agenda as presented and also approved regular meeting and executive session meeting minutes from October 2 as presented.
• Bruce Nebel of the Disabled American Veterans inquired about the city having any available office space for the DAV to use. The DAV currently uses space in the old Briarwood Nursing Home building, but the organization will need to move out. Mayor Ray Mortimeyer suggested using office space behind City Hall, in the area that was once used by the Food Pantry. The American Red Cross currently uses that space, but Alderman Cody Leathers said they might be able to share that space. The mayor will look into the matter further.
Paul Linderman from Viburnum (right) won the DAV riffle raffle held recently. Bruce Nebel presented the gun.
On Sunday, October 21, in observance of National Sunday School Teacher Appreciation Day, Calvary Assembly of God Church in Cuba recognized three Sunday School teachers. Special recognition was given to Betty Miller for 35 years of dedicated service as a Sunday School teacher affecting most all of the age levels. She currently serves as teacher for children ages six through 11. Crystal Hollenbeck and Rosanne Crownover were also recognized. Hollenbeck serves as the Teen Sunday School teacher and Crownover serves as the Adult Class Sunday School teacher.
If you haven’t purchased your Thanksgiving turkey yet, don’t miss your chance to get a free one in this week’s newspaper.