A while back I told you about some fundraisers going down for the various Project Graduations in our area. Well, now I'm telling you about one of those up close and personal, and that's Crest Ridge's huge tournament.
For those of you who've lived in Sedalia for a while, the Quisenberry one-room schoolhouse is one of those staples of life gone by. It's a living, standing tribute to how far Sedalia and the school district has come in such a short span of time. We all may have our opinions about the school system, but we can all agree that what we have now is leaps and bounds of improvement from what the Quisenberry kids used.
This past Friday (Oct. 11), I was lucky enough to get out to the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center and rock out a bit with the great folks out there for their blood drive. These people were the epitome of working through hardship, I'll tell you that for free!
Project Community Connect (PCC) will be offering health services and resources to struggling families and individuals in Warrensburg, Mo on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the University of Central Missouri's (UCM) Recreation Center. These services include free medical care, dental work, employment affairs and even haircuts.
The Created Equal series is a program from the National Endowment for the Humanities. It's been taken around to all sorts of places in the nation, from schools to churches to libraries and several different places where people can interact. It's purpose is to look at our history in personal terms, to remember and discuss where we've been and where we are now in our racial harmonies in everyday terms.
Last week, we talked about how our radio stations would be working with the American Red Cross and the State Fair Community College on a big blood drive. Well, now it's coming up this Friday,Oct. 11, and we're all excited over here.
The Place at the Lake is a great organization down in Lincoln that works diligently for domestic violence awareness. They provide support, help, shelter and encouragement to those affected by domestic violence. They're reaching out to the folks of Pettis County and Sedalia with their new fundraiser, and it looks like it'll be a lot of fun!
If there's one thing I think most people in our area can agree on, it's that the kids should be learning as much as they can. Especially when they're really little. The mind seems to be open and more apt to learn when you're really young. Boonslick Regional Library knows that very well, and they're giving the kids plenty of chances to get to their potential.
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