The Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that it will be sponsoring its annual Christmas lights decorating contest again this year.
During next Monday’s meeting of the Cuba School Board, Superintendent Jon Earnhart will recommend approval of a new mask mandate, along with the passage of a resolution proclaiming all school staff members are “essential workers.”
After closing down on November 6 due to a large number of students and staff in quarantine, the Cuba School District was scheduled to return to in-person learning on Monday, but a lack of bus drivers pushed that back one day. During the closure, teachers and staff used virtual instruction methods.
Students at Cuba Elementary School show off the April (below) and September (bottom) Book Buddy Books donated by the Cuba Kiwanis Club as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspaper In Education program, which allows local businesses to donate three books per month to the school library.
The Cuba City Council met in an open session on Thursday, November 5, where Mayor Cody Leathers presented Versa-Tags Inc. with a proclamation celebrating its 50 anniversary in the community. Leathers presented the proclamation to owners Bri and Nathan Garden and marked November 5 as Versa-Tags Day. The business has been passed down through three generations while operating in Cuba.