Members of the California High School Class of 2015, family and friends, gathered at the California Performing Arts Center Wednesday, May 13, for the Baccalaureate Service sponsored by the California Ministerial Alliance.
The Moniteau County Emergency Dispatch 911 Board discussed a radio console upgrade which is needed in the future and held a separate discussion about the maintenance contract for the recorder. Administrator Cory Sullivan was instructed to gather information and present it to the board at the next meeting.
California’s 129th High School class graduated on Sunday, May 17, with 90 seniors taking the walk across the stage to receive the diplomas marking them as the Class of 2015.California’s 129th High School class graduated on Sunday, May 17, with 90 seniors taking the walk across the stage to receive the diplomas marking them as the Class of 2015.
Memorial Day is Monday, May 25, with area communities holding activities during the weekend.
On Friday, May 15, at Jamestown School, 16 seniors and 22 eighth graders took the walk across the stage to graduate.
The California Middle School Vocal Music Classes presented their Spring Concert Friday, May 8, at the California High School Auditorium. The concert was presented by the Sixth Grade Music Connections and the 7/8th Grade Pinto Express choirs.
More than two dozen people representing local community members, organizations, and local clergy of the California Ministerial Alliance observed the Annual National Day of Prayer at noon Thursday, May 7, on the south lawn of the Moniteau County Courthouse. The participants continued to arrive as the event went forward. This was the seventh year of observance in the local community.
The grand opening of Oak Street Treasures - Antiques and Gifts - was held Thursday, through Saturday, May 7-9, with customers and browsers offered refreshments of lemonade and cookies.The grand opening of Oak Street Treasures - Antiques and Gifts - was held Thursday, through Saturday, May 7-9, with customers and browsers offered refreshments of lemonade and cookies.
The annual California FFA Banquet was held Friday, May 1, in the CHS Auditorium, with students and adults recognized for achievements and assistance. Parents, school board members, administrators, present and retired agriculture teachers were recognized. Many proficiency and vocational agriculture award recipients were recognized.
Rita Jeanne Miller, a retired nurse who turned 91 a few weeks ago, lives in her own home in California and maintains a busy life. She is an avid card player, not only with family members, but also at the California Nutrition Center three days a week. Her daughter Jane McGill looks after her.