ACHS seniors participated in Senior Awards Assembly on Friday and over $250,000 in scholarships were presented.
Lovers of patriotic music in South Central Iowa will enjoy a rare entertainment opportunity on Sunday, June 12 at the King Opera House when the Iowa Military Veterans Band will perform a 1:30 p.m. concert free of charge.
By KIMBERLY KURIMSKI
Michigan based author Bill Jamerson will present a music and storytelling program about the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) of Albia on Tuesday, May 24, 2 p.m. at Homestead Assisted Living. The program is sponsored by the Carnegie-Evans Public Library and admission is free.
It’s not as sexy as the Iowa Caucus, but the June primary is an extremely important part of this year’s election process.
There has been quite a bit of fluidity in the planning of Sunday’s Welcome Home Soldier gathering. The actual event starts at 2 p.m. and will feature WHO Radio personality Simon Conway and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, along with local honor guards and the Milledge sisters from Chariton.
As the show of support for the Welcome Home Soldier memorial grows, so grows the potential for parking problems. An organizational meeting held Monday addressed most of those problems. Deb Zaputil and Ginny Henderson are serving as chairpersons to making parking easier.
The Music Moves Choir will be performing in concert Thursday, May 12, singing songs from the 1990s.
By BETHANY CASKEY