Volunteers with the 3MT Lifechangers were in the area last week to provide work for houses in California and surrounding areas.
The City of California Parks and Recreation Department hosted the "Explore the World" art class for area youth in grades K-8 Monday, July 21, through Friday, July 25, at Proctor Park, in which participants created a number of art pieces, each with the theme of a different country.
The Moniteau County Cattlemen's Association will host its annual "Steak Night" dinner at 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, at Centennial Hall at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds
Volunteers with the Mid-Missouri Mission Team, also known as the 3MT Lifechangers, are in the area this week, providing work for houses in California and surrounding areas.
Just one month after Prairie Home R-V School sustained damage from a severe storm that moved through the area June 4, Mother Nature struck Monday, July 7, and the facility was damaged once again.
The annual Fourth of July celebration for the city of California started off Friday morning with the parade in downtown California, sponsored by the California Masonic Lodge 183.
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative passed along a $5,000 grant to the Food Bank June 26 for Central and Northeast Missouri’s Buddy Pack program.
The American Cancer Society 14th Annual Relay For Life of Moniteau County was held Friday-Saturday at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California, where people of all ages came together to raise funds to help fight cancer, to celebrate those who have survived it, and to help those currently battling the disease. The theme for this year's event was "Family. Fun. Fight Back."
Co-Mo reflects on Youth Tour tradition in area; Cooperative adding fourth sponsorship to annual trip
Grass had yet to grow over the grave of John F. Kennedy when Gloria Hays and 55 fellow Youth Tour delegates from across Missouri were part of a ceremony in which a wreath was placed to honor the fallen president.
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative is extending power in a different way for some area children. Cooperative representatives are visiting area 4-H camps this summer to help local youth build their own extension cords.