The 2020 Knights of Columbus Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise planning committee presented a check for $37,800 to seven Knights of Columbus Councils that joined forces for the 13th Annual Charity Tractor Cruise.
Fall in love with Augusta! Capture a moment in time of a place or an event in Augusta with a photo. November’s “Best of Augusta” Photo Contest will be taking entries through November 30.
St. Charles County, Missouri. – The St. Charles City-County Library has been awarded a $120,0000 grant from the state’s CARES Act to help residents access high speed internet for telehealth, distance learning, and more. These funds will be used to increase internet bandwidth at library branches, offer more WiFi access points, and provide lending kits containing Chromebooks and mobile hotspots to customers.
The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Wild Turkey Management Program is asking fall firearms and archery turkey hunters to send in feathers from turkeys they harvest this fall as part of a new MDC research project. The information gathered from this project will help improve wild turkey management in Missouri.
The Friends Foundation, which serves people with Developmental Disabililties in Franklin and Warren Counties, will hold their annual Fall Festival Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020.
The tractor parade route for the "Red, White and Back the Blue" Freedom Rally in St. Charles on Saturday, October 17th, has been revised.
In the last year, Justin Borgstede has been busy. He’s working toward his occupational therapy assistant (OTA) degree, was recently elected president of the OTA club on the SCC campus, is active in his church and is working part-time at a skilled nursing facility.
COVID-19 has changed our way of life for the foreseeable future. Even though cancelling the auction will be a serious blow to St. Vincent’s current financial situation, the committee has decided NOT to host a physical dinner auction this year. Three issues were at the forefront of our decision:
It’s that time of year when hunters are getting excited about the upcoming deer season and Hunt for Hunger is getting ready for hopefully another successful year. Hunt for Hunger was started 3 years ago by David Neier, then a 9-year old student at Daniel Boone Elementary School in New Melle.
The Friends Foundation will host a Fall Festival Online Auction October 18 - Oct. 29 facilitated by Dunker Auction Services. The auction will feature quilts, gift baskets, gift certificates, Christmas décor, jewelry and more.