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Angela’s Dance Company LLC presented their Sixth Annual Recital on May 4, 2013. In Creative Dance, “Spoonful of Sugar” was performed by Elaina Brogden, Nora Bybee, Jonah Edmond, Josiah Edmond, Bella Hopkins, Kenya Jones, Jacy Lowrance, Elliott Utterback, KayLynne Wallace, and Khloe Wallace. In Tap II, “Do Your Thing” was performed by Paige Dameron and McKenna Orf. In Lyrical, “I See the Light” was performed by Abigail Carlyle, Sierra
The Van-Far Music Department celebrated its chorus and band students during the High School Band and Choir Concert and Awards Ceremony held Monday, May 6. Van-Far’s High School Mixed Chorus performed “Just A Single Voice,” “The Climb,” and “Thank You For The Music.” Choral awards Conference Choir – Tenéza Davis, Tina Florea, Devan Gentry, Nicole Harvey, Ashley Marshall, Lindsey Nitcher, Aaryn Phillips, Krysta Stubblefield, and Emily Williams Most Improved –
Martinsburg area residents enjoyed vehicles of all ages, a cruise, music, and food during the 10th Annual Martinsburg Cruise Night held on Friday, April 26. The event was hosted by the Martinsburg Area Community Betterment. Miss Audrain 2013 Morgan Lockowitz also was scheduled to make an appearance. Musical entertainment was provided by the DJ service Music Express. A Poker Run was new to this year’s event. It began at the
The Farber Community Betterment Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the Farber Community Building to discuss roadside park clean up and mowing, the June 8 all-town garage sale, and summer movies. Everyone is encourage to attend. Farber Community Betterment has adopted the roadside park on Highway 54 at the eastern city limit. Judy Hull is leading the project to maintain the property for the summer. Community
Second Missionary Baptist Church will be hosting the monthly distribution from The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. It will be held at 418 East Breckenridge in Mexico from 3-6 p.m. on march 27. Those attending must have Social Security cards for every person in the household, a picture ID with proof of residency for the person representing the household and amount of household income. It’s currently held the
Farber Community Betterment will host an Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 30, at Sportsman Park. All kids 6th grade and younger are welcome to attend. At 11 a.m. sharp, the Vandalia Area Chamber of Commerce is holding an Easter Egg Hunt at Tri-County Park. Kids will go on hunts in four age groups ranging from 0-12.