Shenandoah High School will be performing “Into The Woods” as their fall musical on Nov. 12, 13 at 7 p.m., and on Nov. 14 at 2 p.m., with a ticket price of $6 for adults, and $4 for students.
“Into The Woods” is a popular musical that includes the stories of Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel, led by a Baker and his wife that learn the morals of each of these stories in combination with each other.
“Healthy Meals in a Hurry, a program featuring time and cost saving, nutritious meals will be held on Thursday evening, Dec. 2nd at the US Bank Building in Red Oak from 5:30 to 7 p.m..
Barb Fuller, ISU Nutrition and Health Program Specialist, will conduct the class. Learn how to save time, cut costs and have nutritious meals with “eat now and eat later” cooking. Cook once every two weeks.
Tips and recipes for 14 meals under $1 per main dish per person will be featured.
On Nov. 11 the Villisca Senior Class will be hosting their annual Veterans Day Program in the high school gym at 10am. This years program will include a video, performances by junior high and high school choir, band and a one act play “We’ll Meet Again”, written by Melissa Osborn and Sawyer Johannes performed by the senior drama students. The play will be performed again on Thursday and Friday evening in the high school gym at 7 p.m. Additional performances will be held at the Villisca Good Samaritan Center and Corning Nursing Home.
The Stanton Historical Society will host its 16th annual Lutfisk Supper on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 5-7 p.m. The feast begins with appetizers at the Swedish Heritage Center, 410 Hilltop Ave. in Stanton. There will be Swedish meatballs, herring, cheese, crisp bread, lingonberry jam, and “glogg” (Swedish spiced punch).
From there, diners proceed the the Stanton Senior Center, 325 Broad Ave.
The Christmas Preview by the Lemon Tree gift shop is a holiday tradition at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital.
The shop is full of sparkle which will overflow into the MCMH Convention Center on Nov. 12, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
“New things are still arriving,” said Auxiliary co-president Carol Sparr. “There are unusual gifts and holiday decor, toys and stocking stuffers, ready for shopping and browsing. We willl have our traditional cookie walk. Coffee, punch and cookies will be served.”
Southwest Iowa Planning Council (SWIPCO) received funding to provide rehabilitation of rental properties in Cass, Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie (excluding Council Bluffs), and Shelby Counties.
The community is cordially invited to attend a Veterans Appreciation Program at the middle school/ high school auditorium on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. All area Veterans, spouses, family members of those who are currently serving, and families of deceased Veterans will be honored. After the program a dessert bar will be held in the cafeteria for everyone.
RED OAK — A local automotive repair shop will have to get a new sign advertising their business after the Red Oak City Council declined to adjust its sign ordinance.
At its Oct. 18 meeting, the Council determined Maley Automotive’s sign on South Broadway violated City codes, and labeled it a nuisance.
According to the sign ordinance passed last year, Maley Automotive had two months to remove the sign. However, the Council agreed they would further discuss if there was changes that could be made to the ordinance that would allow the sign to remain.
The Red Oak Rotary Club will be in charge of the can and bottle program for the Red Oak Rotary Club/Optimist Club can and bottle shed which is located just west of Fareway Grocery Store and Pamida parking lot for the month of November.
To learn more about how one can become a Red Oak Rotarian, come Tuesday noon meeting at the Red Coach Inn and Restaurant located at 1200 Senate Ave. One can contact Doug Rieken, Red Oak Rotary Club President; at 623-6960.