Still Time To Volunteer To Help At Chautauqua

Chillicothe’s annual festival of entertainment, activities, artists, crafts, and food is September 10th and 11th at Simpson Park.  The 37th annual Chautauqua in the Park is sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council and Chamber of Commerce.  Chamber Director Crystal Narr says this event requires a wide variety of volunteers.  Narr says “A big factor in making that happen is […]

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37th Annual Chautauqua In Need Of Volunteers

Chillicothe’s annual festival of entertainment, activities, artists, crafts, and food is September 10th and 11th at Simpson Park.  The 37th annual Chautauqua in the Park is sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council and Chamber of Commerce.  Chamber Director Crystal Narr says this event requires a wide variety of volunteers.  Narr says “A big factor in making that happen is […]

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Mayor Will Fill Opening On HPC By Appointment

An opening on Chillicothe’s Historic Preservation Commission will be filled by appointment.  Mayor Theresa Kelly is accepting applications from those interested in serving on the commission.  If you are interested, you can pick up a board volunteer form at City Hall, or the form can be found on the city’s webpage chillicothecity.org Forms need to be returned to city hall […]

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55 & GO Volunteer Recognition

The Livingston County 55 & GO Recognition Banquet celebrated 49 years of serving the community Thursday evening with the presentation of awards.  Due to COVID, this event covered three years of service for the organization.  The awards include the years of service pins presented in five-year increments.  The greatest number of years celebrated at the event was a 35-year pin […]

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Chillicothe Chamber Of Commerce Banquet and Awards

The annual banquet for the Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce on Thursday evening included a change in leadership for the board and the presentation of awards.  Chamber Director Crystal Narr says the 2021 Chamber Board President was Lauren Horsman was recognized for her service.  The new Chamber President is Monica Wolf. The Chamber presents four awards to recognize individuals and organizations […]

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Students Encouraged To Apply for Agribusiness Academy

Thirty high school students will have an opportunity to explore careers in agriculture through the 2022 Missouri Agribusiness Academy.  The students, representing 4-H clubs and FFA chapters, as well as farm families throughout Missouri, will be introduced to segments of agriculture they may have never considered. The Missouri Department of Agriculture is offering 30 high school students the opportunity to […]

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Chillicothe Chamber Of Commerce Has Volunteer Opportunities

The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce has a couple of volunteer opportunities for the upcoming holiday season. Chillicothe’s Holiday season is quickly approaching and the community is preparing for events.  Very soon it will be time to hang snowflakes along Washington Street.  Before that can be done, there are bulbs to change.  The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce will have […]

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Snowflakes – Bulb Changing Gathering

As the time for the Christmas Holiday season approaches and the community prepares for events, it will soon be time to hang snowflakes along Washington Street.  Before that can be done, there are bulbs to change.  The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce will have a bulb-changing gathering Tuesday, November 9th, from 5:30 to 7:00 at the CMU Warehouse at 1515 […]

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55 & GO and Threads Move Complete

The 55 and Go office and Threads have completed their move to their new home on Clay Street.  The organizations relocated from their long-time home on Locust Street to their new home in the former Hope Haven Industries Building at Clay and Martin Streets. 55 and Go continues to coordinate volunteer services in the community and accepts donations for the […]

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You Could Service On A City Advisory Board

The City of Chillicothe has several openings on City Boards that will be filled by appointment.  The application period for the board openings will end on May 21st.  Openings are available on the following boards – Planning & Zoning Board; Board of Adjustments; Railroad Board; Historic Preservation Commission; and Parks & Recreation. Advisory Board members get paid $35.00 per meeting […]

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