- Turning Heads Ribbon Cutting (Business ~ 11/30/19)
Three from Sikeston OAKS Center honored by Aging Matters for dedicated service
(Community News ~ 11/30/19)
SIKESTON — Three familiar faces who assist senior citizens on a daily basis at the Sikeston OAKS Center were recently acknowledged for their service. Lisa Hicks, who is the administrator of the OAKS Center in Sikeston, received the Star Award for Outstanding Nutrition Program Administrator; Maude Harris, who leads exercise and nutrition classes at the OAKS Center, received the Star Award for Outstanding Service to Promote Healthy Living; and Sikeston OAKS Center’s head cook Geneva Orr received a Star Award for 10 years of service.. ...
Over 100 families take part in Scott Central mobile food pantry
SIKESTON — The Scott County Central FBLA (high school and middle level) hosted a mobile food pantry on Nov. 21 in the old gym at the school. The pantry was a huge success with over 100 families showing up to get a box of food, according to FBLA adviser Pamela Glasener...
Southeast education students awarded SMSTA Service Project of the Year for Jefferson Elementary Literacy Walk
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Southeast Missouri State University’s Student Missouri State Teachers Association (SMSTA) was recently honored with the SMSTA Service Project of the Year award during the 2019 Missouri State Teachers Association conference. Southeast’s SMSTA was recognized for a literacy walk project to promote literacy and the joy of reading at Jefferson Elementary School in Cape Girardeau, Missouri...
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