Ribbon-cutting ceremonies with the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce were held recently for Judy May’s Artisan Market.
The Steelville library has a long history of providing books and other resources to local patrons. From its humble beginnings in a room at the Steelville High School in 1934 to the present day, the library has been a source of pride for the community and those in charge of its operations have worked to provide a quality facility to house the collections.
While a number of parents and school board members are expressing concerns about moving to a four-day school week in Steelville, staff are overwhelmingly in support of the option. The potential schedule change was discussed further at the school board meeting held on November 17 where there was a good-sized crowd in attendance and it will be talked about again at a public meeting scheduled for December 5.
After almost six years, the arduous task of properly shutting down Gibbs Care Center is over. The IRS, attorney general, and secretary of state are all satisfied with the closure and liquidation plans. The original corporation ceased on March 25 of this year. The supporting Volenetz Foundation will cease when the final payments are made to the attorney and accountant.
Operation Christmas Child is a global organization that provides gifts to children in need in countries around the world. National Honor Society at Steelville High School has been collecting donated items over the past eight weeks to fill the boxes.