Saturday’s event includes entertainment, refreshments and visits with Santa
The 2013 Christmas on the Square is held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday on the Camden County Courthouse lawn in Camdenton, boasting a petting zoo, live entertainment, arts and crafts and many other activities.
Bond hopes to encourage others to participate, community support program
For Bond, his Central Missouri Honor Flight awakened his own pride in his service, but it also fueled his passion to raise awareness about Central Missouri Honor Flight to others in the Lake Area and the veterans’ service in these momentous times of American history.
Bad weather in the forecast for Thursday has postponed the demolition of the first portion of the old Hurricane Deck Bridge until 9:30 a.m. on Friday. The first bridge blast was originally scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday.
Missouri 5 at the Hurricane Deck Bridge will be completely closed in both directions for approximately fifteen minutes on Thursday, December 5, as crews take down a portion of the old bridge
Around the Lake: Camdenton Chamber supports Small Business Saturday, launches new strategy initiatives and more approaching 2014
“Around the Lake” allows the Lake Area’s five chambers of commerce directors, Convention and Visitors Bureau director and Tri-County Lodging Association administrator to share upcoming event information, local issues and fun topics with The Lake Today’s readers. Make sure to check out the “Around the Lake” column to find out all about what’s happening at the Lake from the area’s top people “in the know.”
Each year the Camdenton R-3 School District Education Foundation inducts into its Hall of Leaders deserving individuals who have excelled in their field of expertise and made significant contributions to their communities.
GLOCK, Inc. recently announced a $50,000 donation to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S) during the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Philadelphia on Oct. Since 1999, GLOCK has donated nearly $370,000 to C.O.P.S.
FIRST LEGO League team from Troy, Mo. wins champion award at first-ever regional qualifier tourney Saturday in Camdenton
Hundreds of teachers, peers and members of the community watched and cheered as 24 teams competed in the first-ever Mid-Missouri FIRST LEGO League Robotics Qualifier tournament Saturday at Camdenton High School.
The Camdenton R-3 School District remains on schedule and on budget for its two major construction projects, as the Board of Education accepted the low bids for the Hurricane Deck Elementary renovation and new Osage Beach Elementary building at its Nov. 11 meeting.
Tickets still on sale to see charming student take on classic production
The Laker Theatre Company of Camdenton High School will present its second fall play, “Anne of Green Gables,” in two showings at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24 at CHS’s RC Worthan Auditorium.
At a meeting Nov. 14, the Mid County Fire Protection District board charged Chief Scott Frandsen with finding ways to cut $80,000 from its 2014 budget. The decision to make the cuts came on the heels of the failure of a Nov. 5 ballot question that would have raised the district’s base property tax levy by 12-cents per $100 of assessed valuation.
: Local organizations, individuals organize ways to give gifts to children in need for Christmas
Learn about the various programs in Lake Area that provide Christmas gifts for children, how families can sign up and how residents can donate or adopt children’s names in which to give presents.
The Lake Theatre Company will present its fall play, “Anne of Green Gables,” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 and 2 p.m. Nov. 24 in Camdenton High School’s Worthan Auditorium.
Gay Kirtley, long-term substitute for Technical Math and Student Services at Lake Career and Technical Center, was named the Camdenton R-III School District’s Teacher of the Week.
“When it comes to the cuts we’re going to have to make everything is on the table,” according to Mid-County Fire Protection District Chief Scott Frandsen. Frandsen was referring to the recent failure of a ballot issue that would have raised property taxes inside the district by 12 cents. The issue, which was on the Nov. 5 ballot, failed by a margin of 646 no to 336 yes votes.