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i The Cuba Free Press June 17, 2004---5A V ke a step into the past Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce Photo submitted by Tracy Brandenburger IGA Supermarket was located next to the underpass in Cuba. r you have any old photos you would like to be considered for publications, bring them in to Free Press office. We will scan them into our computers for possible future publication. questions regarding any photos or Information you may have about a published photo, contact Tracy Brandenburger, Cuba Free Press, PO Box 568, Cuba, MO 65453, email ger@cubafreepress.com or call 573-885-7460. Community Calendar MONDAY Alcoholics at 7:30 p.m. at Aqua Viva, 301 E. 1st MONDAY American Legion 456 holds it's monthly at 7 p.m. 1st & 3rd MONDAYS City Council meets at at City Hall. Council meet- are also on Charter Cable channel 97. 2nd MONDAY Fire Protection Dist. board meeting at 7 p.m. Fire House. Chaptez 4596 month- at 1 p.m. in the hall of Temple Baptist 444 Beeman Street, No meetings in July For information call Leonard Blomberg at 2nd & 4th MONDAY to meet at 6 p.m. Cuba Senior Center. 3rd MONDAY Chamber of Commerce meet at Country Kitchen noon. TUESDAY (Take off pounds #MO 987, Cuba, Methodist Church level, weigh-in: 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. til 11:30 #662 Cuba, United Church lower level, 6:30 p.m., meeting 7 till 8 p.m. - Cuba V.F.W. Post 704 E. Washington, MO at 6:45 p.m. Against Domestic heaing group at 10-11 at 200 Cherry Street, MO. (Next to Church) 636-583- or 800-371-0114. 2nd TUESDAY Mariners meet at 0 a.m. in the First Church basement North Crawford Co. Ambulance meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Peoples Bank" Annex. LAST TUESDAY OF MONTH Mo. Veterans Home- St.James & Alzheimer's Assoc. sponsors a community support group 1:30 p.m. Bourbon American Legion Post #81 montly meeting at 7 p.m. EVERY WEDNESDAY People Against Domestic Violence heaing group at 6-7 p.m. at 200 Cherry Street, Union, MO. (Next to Presbyterian Church) 636-583- 8443 or 800-371-0114. Alcoholics Anonymous meet- ing at 8 p.m. at Concordia Lutheran Church, 642 E. Pine, Bourbon, Mo. Support group for prisoner's families. Bourbon United Methodist Church, 610 Olive, Bourbon. Purpose of this group 4sso that no one will have to go through this difficult time alone. For information call 573- 732-5686 or 573-429-1302. Weight Watchers meets at 5 p.m. in Steelville at the Steelville Telephone Exchange building located on Hwy. 8 east. EVERY THURSDAY Knights of Columbus Bingo at 6:30 p.m. at K of C Hall 1-44 & UU overpass. For information call 885-4225 or 885-2223. EVERY 2nd THURSDAY Cuba Masonic Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m. V.F.W. 7147 & Ladies Aux. meets at Main Post, 704 E. Washington at 7 p.m. Cuba Arts Council meets at 7 p.m. at the Recklein Library. EVERY OTHER MONTH 2nd TUESDAY Crawford Co. Board meets at 5:30 p.m. at Resource Recovery Services Center. EVERY 3rd THURSDAY Crawford Co. Historical Society meets at 1 p.m. at 308 N. Smith, Cuba. No meetings in Dec. Museum is open Wed. 10-2; Sat. 10-2 and Sun. 12-4 For information call 573-885- 7807. Commodities distributed from 8-noon at the Food Pantry, 603 W. Spencer. (next to City Hall) Cuba Hills Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. 885-4859. Historical Preservation Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. at Country Kitchen. Fair Board meeting at Hood Park office in Hood Park at 7 p.m. Crawford County R-II Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group of Crawford and neigh- boring counties meet at Cuba Methodist Church, 203 W. Washington in Cuba at 7 p.m. For contact information call Bill Hudson at 573-885-3014. EVERY 4th THURSDAY Chapter #65 DAV. & DAV Auxilary 7147' will. meet ;'at Cuba.,VW H'h|i at"7i3 p.m., Commodities distributed from 8-noon at the Food Pantry, 603 W. Spencer. (next to City Hall) EVERY FRIDAY Alcoholics Anonymous meet- ing at the Cuba Christian Church at 7 p.m. Take Hwy. 19 north1.9 miles. For information Pat R. 573-885-7033. EVERY 1st FRIDAY Cuba Memorial Post #522 American Legion will meet at Post Hall at 7 p.m. EVERY 2nd FRIDAY Steak Night at Knights of Columbus 4-8 p.m. EVERY SATURDAY Alcoholics Anonymous meet- ing at 7 p.m. at Concordia Lutheran Church, 642 E. Pine, Bourbon, Mo. EVERY 4th SUNDAY Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meet at St. John's Mercy Doctors Building in Washington, MO at 2 p.m. in classroom A. No meetings in Nov. or Dec. ockin on [r 200q bon't miss getting your riessage out to everyone planning to offend this year's fair. Make sure stop by your booth or business while they're in town for the fair. I)e iline July ! I)atet July 7 $ 8 Cr00wford Our a..ual speolal section (both papers) high- lighting all he events at this yeart=k . fair "I Oeadline July l 6 Publl=h Oate= July 21 $ 22 Back to Sck00 Planning a back-to- school sole, or just   wo., ,o get your '"! message out " to oil those -. headed back to school? Get in this tab For Cuba, Bourbon and Steelville! Deadline 3uly 23 Publish Dates :Iuly 28 & 29 Sandy 573-885-3335 at the Cuba Free Press or Roberta 573-775-5454 at the Steelville Star The Cuba Chamber of Commerce's May 17 meeting held at Country Kitchen was called to order by President Pegge Martin. Jason Mehl led the Pledge of Allegiance and Franky Todd gave the prayer. Welcome was extended to all members pres- ent and to Shawn Coverdall of Fairground Chevrolet. Mark Parkinson, Deputy District Office Director at Senator Christopher Bond's office, was also introduced. Treasurer Steve Paulus gave the financial report. Norma Bretz read the minutes of the March meeting. Patti Campbell reported for the Chamber's Awards Banquet that was held the end of April. The Silent Auction had 75 items and everyone was very generous at signing the auction sheets. Table decorations were taken to Cuba Manor after the banquet and everyone enjoyed  them. The small coke bottle brought back many memories. It was our best banquet yet. Patti has said that she will help plan the banquet again next year. Hope we have the ice sculp- ture on the serving table again, it was really special. Many people help with lots of nice things for the event. Jason Mehl reported that the membership discount card was nearly fully subscribed. If you want your business to be on the card offer- ing a discount to members you have to hurry and get it to Jason or Jeff Bouse. Ribbon cuttings took place at M&M Flooring, Ecentrix Hair Salon and Glenn's Overhead Door during the last month. Robert Wheeler, Franky Todd and Ken Goodrich have had a meeting for this year's Christmas Lighted Display. Start looking now for ideas to put in your display. Members of the chamber are needed to talk about what their business was doing. The Chamber will be having this type of meeting every so often. It gives members time to tell what's new at their places of business. Kim Robinson reported that school will be out soon and summer school will be starting very shortly. Plans for next year are being worked on. Norm DeLeo attended a conference and was informed that the fast food business was the fastest growing type of business at this time. He reported for his wife that the Crawford Historical Society had four tours go through the museum. Barbara Turner, postmaster, reminded mem- bers that the Lewis and Clark commemorative postage stamp are on sale. Bob Bretz and Patti Campbell reported that they had visited some of the Lewis and Clark events in St. Charles. It was well attended and there was much to see, hear and do. This type of event is a real tourism event for the state. Mark Parkinson from Senator Bond's office updated us on the transportation bill that will increase construction jobs and that it is a $1.5 billion item. Mark answered questioned from members. President Pegge Martin announced that in July we will be having our first anniversary at the visitor center. After the July meeting mem- bers will be encouraged to visit the center and enjoy punch and cookies. What's happening at the Visitor Center: Becky Murdock is now one of the employees at the center. Becky will have no problem giving information about our community to guests in the center. The count for the Visitor Center at this time is: calls received 2,187, cars/people 6,825, 15 people from different countries have visited and 106 people from different cities in Missouri. The volunteers for this past month have been Bob Bretz, Nan Coffman, Carol Ottatinger, Bette Price, Lynda Weingart, Evelyn Eyerman, and Becky Haferkamp. We could not do it without them. The center is open seven days a week. Monday through Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sun 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are a member of the chamber you need to make sure that your business card or other information about your business is in the center. It is time to pay this year's dues. We have advertising spaces that you can rent and Kathy Bick is in the center on Monday mornings and Tuesday afternoons, if you wish to talk with her about a space. The June meeting will be held at Country Kitchen at noon on Monday June 21. Our guests will be Crawford County Fair Queen Candidates. We look forward to all Cuba com- panies becoming active in the Cuba Chamber. Congressman Hulshof's staff to hold listening, in;Cuba ost .... ............ A member of U.S. to share their conce to- bring them to my attention at Congressman Kenny Hulshof's staff will conduct a "Listening PosC in Cuba on Thursday, June 24, 2003, Chris Haddox, from Congressman Hulshof's Washington, Mo. office will meet with constituents in Cuba's City Hall 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. "In the past three years, my Washington, Mo. office has handled more than 500 con- stituent service requests for those who have experienced "red tape" or other difficulties with federal agencies, and many of those requests got their start at Listening Posts," stated Hulshof. "I highly encourage constituents to attend Listening Posts when they have a problem with the federal government. "Listening Posts are an excel- lent opportunity for individuals YA to hold town hall meeting June 17 in St. Robert The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss VA benefits and healthcare issues in an open meeting with veterans from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, on Thursday,. June 17, 2004 at St. Roberts City Hall, St. Roberts, Mo. Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs, Brigadier General John W. (Jack) Nicholson from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C. will be present at an open forum style Town Hall meeting to hear veterans issues and con- cerns. Need business cards? Brochures? Newsletters? Call the Cuba Free Press for all your printing needs! 573-885-7460 face with a member of my staff about upcoming legislation, or other federal issues,'said Hulshof. "I am happy to lend any assistance I can with these matters, so I encourage anyone with these kinds of concerns to the Listening Post. Anyone with questions about the Listening Post, or other issues are welcome to call the Congressman's Washington, Missouri office at 636/239- 4001. LANGE AND LANGE Attorneys At Law errine Your Leeal Needs Concerns In The Area of Family Law, Such As Divorce, Cu&tody, Paternity, Modifications or Child Support? 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